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MoT rejected Hà Nội Taxi Association’s request to extend taxi badge

MoT rejected Hà Nội Taxi Association’s request to extend taxi badge

The Ministry of Transport (MoT) on Thursday rejected the Hà Nội Taxi Association’s request to extend taxi licences for 12 months.

VAT refund process needs simplifying: experts

VAT refund process needs simplifying: experts

Experts have urged simplifying the procedures to receive refunds on value-added tax (VAT) for foreign tourists.

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Power price hike will have minimal impact

Power price hike will have minimal impact

On December 1, the average electricity retail price officially increased 6.08 per cent, from VNĐ1,622 (7.1 US cents) to VNĐ1,720 per kWh to (7.6 cents)....

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Fertiliser tax does more good than harm: Experts

Fertiliser tax does more good than harm: Experts

Following the implementation of a provisional tax on imported fertilisers, more things need to be done to help balance benefits of both local producers’ and farmers’ benefits, industry insiders have agreed.

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New policies take effect in December, 2017

New policies take effect in December, 2017

A series of new government policies on land use right certificates, proving financial capacity to play at casinos, and for the horse racing and international football betting business, come into effect this month.

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Work still to be done on EU trade deal: experts

Work still to be done on EU trade deal: experts

The EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement, set to be signed next year, will benefit both sides, a workshop heard in HCM City on Tuesday.

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SOEs able to apply book building for IPOs in 2018

SOEs able to apply book building for IPOs in 2018

State-owned enterprises can apply the book building method at their initial public offering (IPO) from the beginning of 2018, according to a recently issued decree.

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No more alcohol tax hikes, forum pleads

No more alcohol tax hikes, forum pleads

Taxes on alcohol and soft drinks should not be hiked again in the next few years since successive hikes in special consumption tax have had a strong impact on the market, a round table organised by the Viet Nam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association heard in HCM City on Wednesday.

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Stamping policy stopped

Stamping policy stopped

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has approved proposal to remove policy of stamping beer products which stirred public concerns over years.

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Experts: Tax, customs reform needed

Experts: Tax, customs reform needed

Taxation and customs general departments must simplify their administrative procedures and eliminate unnecessary licences to attract more overseas Vietnamese investors, experts said.

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Ministry proposes tax law changes

Ministry proposes tax law changes

The Ministry of Finance has proposed amendments to the Law on Tax Management, aiming to enhance efficiency of tax collection from multinational companies, cross-border transactions and online businesses.

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MoIT investigates imported fertiliser

MoIT investigates imported fertiliser

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has issued Decision No 4236 / QD-BCT to extend the deadline for investigating cases of applying safeguard measures for DAP and MAP fertilisers imported into Viet Nam before issuing the final report.

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New policy encourages CBU car imports, rather than assembling

New policy encourages CBU car imports, rather than assembling

While the Ministry of Finance (MOF) believes that the tentative policy on reducing the tariff conditionally on car part imports will help boost the domestic automobile industry, automobile joint ventures believe the policy will encourage them to import CBU cars instead of assembling cars domestically.

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IPOs set to spice up year end trading: analysts

IPOs set to spice up year end trading: analysts

The stock market will feature a series of initial public offerings (IPOs) by State-owned enterprises (SoEs), including mega corporations, this year-end.

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From December, Vietnamese eligible to gamble at casinos

From December, Vietnamese eligible to gamble at casinos

From December 1, 2017, Vietnamese who can show a minimum income of VND10 million (US$440) per month are eligible to gamble at a casino.

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Farm exporters warned on pesticides

Farm exporters warned on pesticides

Vietnamese exporters of farm produce must learn more about food-safety requirements and maximum residue limits (MRL) of importing countries, experts said at a workshop held in HCM City on Thursday.

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