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Ministry imposes anti-dumping duties on steel from China

Ministry imposes anti-dumping duties on steel from China

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has issued a decree imposing temporary anti-dumping duties on H-shaped steel products imported from China.

New decree to thwart BEPS practices

New decree to thwart BEPS practices

2017 marks a critical turning point in transfer pricing-related practices in Vietnam.

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JA Solar without environmental report?

JA Solar without environmental report?

China’s JA Solar Vietnam project had to stop construction after the investor was found not to have prepared the necessary environmental impact assessment.

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More strikes of false advertising at Alma resort

More strikes of false advertising at Alma resort

More customers have contacted VIR to accuse Paradise Bay Resort Co., Ltd. for false advertising.

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Car imports jump following tax adjustment

Car imports jump following tax adjustment

The drop in import tax on cars from ASEAN countries has led a hike in car imports to Viet Nam in the first two months of this year, especially from Thailand.

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Hoa Phat puts to bed shareholders qualms about environment

Hoa Phat puts to bed shareholders qualms about environment

A series of questions were raised around the giant Hoa Phat Dung Quat steel complex at Hoa Phat’s annual general shareholders’ meeting today.

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HSBC faces customer backlash for high fees and poor services

HSBC faces customer backlash for high fees and poor services

Beside overpriced service fees, HSBC has received several complaints about the staff’s unfriendly attitude from its customers.

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PM approves adjusting master construction plan for Nghi Son EZ

PM approves adjusting master construction plan for Nghi Son EZ

The PM has approved the task of adjusting and expanding the master construction plan for Thanh Hoa province’s Nghi Son Economic Zone (EZ) until 2035, with a vision to 2050.

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10 countries agree to protect Dak Lak coffee brand

10 countries agree to protect Dak Lak coffee brand

Ten countries and territories have agreed to protect the "Buon Ma Thuot Coffee" brand name, which hails from the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, its provincial People’s Committee said.

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Production improves, trade unbalanced: MoIT

Production improves, trade unbalanced: MoIT

Production and business results improved in the first two months of this year, but trade was unbalanced with strong growth in auto and mobile phone imports, the Ministry of Industry and Trade reported.

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Doosan takes responsibility for fire at Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant

Doosan takes responsibility for fire at Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant

Doosan, the construction contractor at Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant, announced that it would take all responsibility for the recent fire.

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Vinh Tan 4 fire caused by safety mistake

Vinh Tan 4 fire caused by safety mistake

The cause of the recent fire at Vinh Tan 4 thermal plant has been identified by Vietnam Electricity (EVN) as a safety mistake.

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New transfer pricing decree: a step closer to international standards

New transfer pricing decree: a step closer to international standards

On February 24, 2017, the Vietnamese government released the new transfer pricing (TP) Decree No. 20/2017/ND-CP ‘Providing tax administration applicable to enterprises having controlled transactions’ (Decree 20), which will take effect from May 1, 2017.

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Siam Cement Group acquires construction material company in central Vietnam

Siam Cement Group acquires construction material company in central Vietnam

SCG Cement-Building Materials Co., Ltd., a member of Siam Cement Group (SCG), has just spent $156 million on buying up the shares of Vietnam Construction Materials JSC (VCM).

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Daring Starbucks move in Italy

Daring Starbucks move in Italy

Starbucks’ recent plans to expand to coffee-citadel Italy mirror the company’s confidence in its solid financial results since 2012.

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Raising the profile of women in STEM

Raising the profile of women in STEM

Although women fill close to half of all jobs in the world economy, they hold less than 25 per cent of positions in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). American company GE has shown the positive impact of narrowing the gap.

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