KPMG exclusive #1: Major tax and legal changes on horizon

KPMG exclusive #1: Major tax and legal changes on horizon

In the first interview on KPMG Tax and Legal Institute, Hoang Thuy Duong, head of Tax of KPMG in Vietnam shares regulatory and tax complexities facing Vietnam.
An inclusive vision for sustainable business actions

An inclusive vision for sustainable business actions

Sustainable development is a key in post-pandemic recovery plans. Nguyen Quang Vinh, general secretary cum deputy chairman of the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development, shared with Phuong Thu his vision of leaving no-one behind in a sustainable corporate culture.
Incorporating wide-ranging CPTPP into domestic law

Incorporating wide-ranging CPTPP into domestic law

It can be said that the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is the first agreement since joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) that requires Vietnam to carry out lawmaking activities to implement such wide-ranging commitments.
Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna making $1,000 profit every second: analysis

Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna making $1,000 profit every second: analysis

Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna are making combined profits of $65,000 every minute from their highly successful Covid-19 vaccines while the world's poorest countries remain largely unvaccinated, according to a new analysis.
KPMG 2021 Tax & Legal Institute updates on key developments in past year

KPMG 2021 Tax & Legal Institute updates on key developments in past year

KPMG held its annual Tax & Legal Institute for business leaders, C-levels, and managers to update on new tax policies and legislative changes.
Auto market to continue growing: experts

Auto market to continue growing: experts

The domestic auto market is expected to grow further in the remaining months of this year after expanding up to 120 percent in October, experts have said.
Digital technology opening up equal opportunities

Digital technology opening up equal opportunities

People are always in need of new skills in order to adapt and adjust to more advanced work methods. Dr. Truong Anh Dung, general director of the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, explained VIR’s Hoang Oanh how digital technology can help Vietnamese workers.
Resuming international flights a necessary move: experts

Resuming international flights a necessary move: experts

Resuming international flights is a necessary move at present after a long shutdown, heard an online seminar held by the Ministry of Transport (MoT) on November 10.
Vietnam's e-commerce forecast to surpass 11.8 billion USD

Vietnam's e-commerce forecast to surpass 11.8 billion USD

Vietnamese e-commerce market is forecast to continue growing in the post-pandemic period, with revenue surpassing last year's figure, according to experts.
Vietnamese enterprises must strive hard to tap Middle East market's potential: experts

Vietnamese enterprises must strive hard to tap Middle East market's potential: experts

Investment and trade cooperation between Vietnam and Middle Eastern countries have achieved many encouraging achievements. However, there is still a lot of work for Vietnamese enterprises to do to conquer this potential market besides capacity, prestige and understanding habits of consumers.
Mobile operators to soak up benefit from 5G trends

Mobile operators to soak up benefit from 5G trends

Vietnam has long stated its plan to provide 5G coverage nationwide by 2030, and the ability to offer all citizens high-speed internet connection at a low cost is a priority of national significance.
Domestic resources – key to achieve development goals: UNDP expert

Domestic resources – key to achieve development goals: UNDP expert

Vietnam must consistently invest a larger share of national income if it is to achieve the targets set out in the ten-year development strategy of achieving upper middle-income status by 2030 and high-income status by 2045, while coping with formidable challenges of COVID-19, according to Professor Jonathan Pincus, UNDP Senior International Economist.
Extending public debt limit to navigate full recovery

Extending public debt limit to navigate full recovery

In addition to the efforts in fighting against coronavirus, governments and their central-run banks have provided numerous policies to help people and businesses.
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