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|Many real estate companies in HCM City have failed to pay social insurance premiums for their employees in the first half of this year. - Photo dantri.com.vn|
The companies were included on a list of 834 enterprises that have failed to pay social insurance premiums for their employees by June 30, 2018 that the agency recently published.
There were a number of reasons for the prolonged debts of those enterprises, including difficulties in production and business, meaning the companies were unable to afford the premiums.
They included Hoang Quan Group with a social insurance debt of VND6.6 billion; Khang Thong Group with VND4.4 billion; and No8 Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company with VND6.7 billion.
Other real estate firms with social insurance debts were Cotec Investment and Land House Development JSC; Thai Son Viet Nam Building and Trade JSC; Tan Vu Minh Co, Ltd; Phu Khang Gia JSC; Phu Hung Construction and Trading Investment Co, Ltd; Thang Long Real Estate Trading Floor JSC; Nha Vui Architecture and Construction JSC; and Saigon Real Estate Development JSC, reported the Phap luat Thanh pho HCM (HCM City Law) newspaper online.
Recently, Viet Nam Social Insurance has focused on directing social insurance in provinces and cities to strengthen specialised inspections on enterprises with large outstanding social insurance and health insurance debts.
Then, it would transfer any cases in which an enterprise has deliberately delayed paying the debt to the investigating police agency.