Businesses anticipate green light for fertiliser VAT switch

Businesses anticipate green light for fertiliser VAT switch

Domestic fertiliser producers will have opportunities to capture market share if the proposal to apply a new VAT rate on fertiliser is approved.
Trade sector encouraged to go green

Trade sector encouraged to go green

Vietnam is facing great pressure in greening its exports as consumers are paying bigger heed to environmentally friendly products, while advantages from free trade agreements are not being fully taken for the country to expand its offerings.
Origin rules hinder non-compliant firms

Origin rules hinder non-compliant firms

Despite the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement’s removal of tariffs for many export items into the EU market, meeting stringent rules of origin may be a burden for businesses to cash in on the deal’s benefits.
Hoan My leads healthcare transformation

Hoan My leads healthcare transformation

Hoan My Medical Group organised a healthcare transformation roundtable in Ho Chi Minh City on June 14.
MoF proposes a 10 per cent special consumption tax on sugary drinks

MoF proposes a 10 per cent special consumption tax on sugary drinks

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has maintained its view that sugary drinks should be subject to a special consumption tax (SCT) of 10 per cent.
Positive performance for foreign-invested electronic manufacturers in Vietnam

Positive performance for foreign-invested electronic manufacturers in Vietnam

Electronics manufacturers are seeing a big spike in profits.
RoK press delegation visits Thai Binh province

RoK press delegation visits Thai Binh province

A delegation of press agencies in the Republic of Korea paid a working visit to Lien Ha Thai Industrial Park in the northern province of Thai Binh on June 13.
British University Vietnam: Leading the way as a green university

British University Vietnam: Leading the way as a green university

British University Vietnam's strategic initiatives and unwavering commitment to sustainability position it as a leader in ESG education.
Alcohol and beer could be subject to 100 per cent special consumption tax

Alcohol and beer could be subject to 100 per cent special consumption tax

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has proposed increasing the special consumption tax (SCT) for alcohol and beer to 100 per cent by 2030.
Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

China Railway Engineering Corporation on June 12 signed an agreement with Tracodi to invest in and develop transport infrastructure, industrial park infrastructure, and social housing in Vietnam.
Vietnam seeks to tap into game industry’s huge potential

Vietnam seeks to tap into game industry’s huge potential

The game industry in Vietnam has recorded strong progress recently, and authorities are moving to tap into its substantial potential.
Confidence boost priority for business

Confidence boost priority for business

The poor performance of the business community has prompted the National Assembly to urge the government to amplify its policies to support struggling enterprises.
Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnamese noodles are exempt from a new EU safety regulation.
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