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Which hurdles face the construction of buildings that ensure comfort, healthiness, enrichment of local culture, and environmental friendliness? Ton Nu Thanh Mai and Nguyen Hong Nhung from the Vietnam Energy Efficiency Network (EEN-Vietnam) discuss if the construction market in the new normal can accept current supply chain and operations quality.
With the recent promulgation of Decree No.37/2020/ND-CP, the Vietnamese government offers a lifeline for small- and medium-sized enterprises as a necessary preparation to cope up with negative impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy. Nguyen Hong Hai and Hoang Le Quan, lawyers at Lexcomm Vietnam LLC, analyse the potential inspirations of Decree 37 to the continuing growth of Vietnam’s economy.
New principles for determining transfer prices in related party transactions (RPTs) were issued for transfer pricing audits and inspections. However, taxpayers applying the principle of called “substance-over-form” are facing some common circumstances and risks.
Through the long process of formation and development, the bond market in Vietnam has been growing in both depth and scale, proving its role as a medium for long-term capital mobilisation in the economy, as well as addressing the shortfall of the state budget.
As the new Law on Customs will become effective on January 1, 2015, the Ministry of Finance and the General Department of Customs are drafting circulars to guide its implementation. Several new circulars are being drafted for customs procedures, e-customs, toll manufacturing, and post-customs clearance audits and inspection.
Vietnam’s stock market index, currently the world’s top performing benchmark index, continued to hit fresh record highs as local and foreign investors scrambled to buy into a flood of new listings.
Vietnam’s stock market is more bullish than ever in its six-year history following the historic visit by US president George W. Bush to the Ho Chi Minh City trading floor last Monday.
Fund management firm VinaCapital last week launched its latest fund dedicated to investing in Vietnam’s information technology and telecommunication companies.
Scores of high-profile US financial institutions are making a beeline for the booming Vietnamese stock market, which is believed to be the fastest growing in Asia.
Singapore-based Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC) has received approval from the central bank over its plans to acquire 10 per cent of the Vietnam Bank for Private Enterprises (VPBank). Upon purchase, OCBC will be the fourth foreign bank to buy into a Vietnamese lender.