Ministries take no action to reduce conditional business branches

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Ministries take no action to reduce conditional business branches

VietNamNet Bridge – Ministries and branches have been requested to reduce the number of conditional business branches under their management, but they have failed to take action.

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Gov’t urged to impose technical barriers against hi-tech Chinese imports

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Gov’t urged to impose technical barriers against hi-tech Chinese imports

VietNamNet Bridge – To speed up the national TV digitalization program, state agencies are considering lowering import tariffs on parts and accessories and applying technical barriers against low-quality Chinese imports.

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Domestic shipping lines struggle amid fewer orders, intensive competition

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Domestic shipping lines struggle amid fewer orders, intensive competition

Foreign shipping lines have imposed many unreasonable surcharges on Vietnamese traders, hurting their chances of competing with other suppliers. Photo: Luu Quang Pho

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Vietnam’s taxes and fees higher than those of other developing countries

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Vietnam’s taxes and fees higher than those of other developing countries

VietNamNet Bridge – The taxes and fees Vietnamese businesses have to bear are higher than those in other developing economies, thus weakening their competitiveness.

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PM says country needs new statistical method to calculate GDP figures

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PM says country needs new statistical method to calculate GDP figures

VietNamNet Bridge – The methods local authorities are using to calculate the gross domestic product (GDP) are inaccurate and impractical, and not used in any country in the world, the Prime Minister said at a Ministry of Planning and Investment’s conference held on August 7.

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Businesses complain about lengthy tax procedures

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Businesses complain about lengthy tax procedures

VietNamNet Bridge – Businesses have to spend 500 hours a year on tax procedures, while individuals need to have 24 signatures to get a personal income tax refund, according to the General Department of Taxation (GDT).

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VASEP: US new antidumping tax on tra fish unreasonable

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The US’s anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese frozen tra fish fillets will be reduced but still pose difficulties to Vietnamese exporters, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

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Formosa seeks steel economic zone

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Formosa seeks steel economic zone

VietNamNet Bridge – Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corporation, the big investor from Taiwan, has proposed that the government set up the Vung Ang steel economic zone and offer special investment incentives to it. The government has not yet replied to the proposal, but economists caution that the request is an excessive one.

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Exporters oppose new gov’t decree on catfish contracts

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Exporters oppose new gov’t decree on catfish contracts

VietNamNet Bridge – Catfish exporters, who strongly oppose a newly released decree on catfish export management, say they hope the watchdog agency will rethink its policy. The decree is to take effect on June 20.

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China brainwashes students with false textbook content regarding East Vietnam Sea sovereignty

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China brainwashes students with false textbook content regarding East Vietnam Sea sovereignty

The Chinese government has incorporated false and unreasonable content into school textbooks in order to propagandize their groundless sovereignty over the East Vietnam Sea.

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Even Bill Gates isn’t qualified to get work permit in Vietnam: businessman

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Even Bill Gates isn’t qualified to get work permit in Vietnam: businessman

The procedures and regulations required to obtain a work permit in Vietnam contain so many stringent and unreasonable requirements that even the world renowned business magnates would not be able to obtain one, attendees complained at an economic forum on Thursday.

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US seminar condemns China’s unreasonable East Sea claims

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US seminar condemns China’s unreasonable East Sea claims

The so-called “nine-dot” line China has drawn by itself in the East Sea to claim waters is the main cause of all issues leading to escalating tensions in the East Sea, including its illegal installation of an oil rig in Vietnam’s waters, a Vietnamese official affirmed at an East Sea seminar in Washington, the US, on June 3.

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Unreasonable programming has a part in creating unemployed bachelors

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VietNamNet Bridge – The biggest blunder Vietnam has made in university education programming is that it tried to produce as many university students as possible. As a result, tens of thousands of graduates have found themselves unemployed.

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Finance ministry calls for close watch over prices

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Finance ministry calls for close watch over prices

The Ministry of Finance has urged provincial and city authorities around the country to study the prices of certain goods like milk, medicines, and cattle feed, which have shot up recently.

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Road transport getting more expensive, railway and waterway inconvenient

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Road transport getting more expensive, railway and waterway inconvenient

VietNamNet Bridge – As road transport grows more costly, businesses are wringing their hands because of the lack of alternatives. The movement of goods by railways and waterways, they say, still offer no viable competition to land transport.

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