Honda Vietnam: “The Power of Dreams” spirit

Honda Vietnam: “The Power of Dreams” spirit

Honda Vietnam has been striving to bring high-quality products and professional services in both motorcycles and automobiles, while simultaneously implementing actively social activities in order to bring the highest satisfaction to customers.
Semiconductor crisis forces top-level action

Semiconductor crisis forces top-level action

The global shortage of semiconductors is not letting up, with governments and multinationals scrambling to resolve the situation sooner rather than later.
Online payment for vehicle registration launched from August 1

Online payment for vehicle registration launched from August 1

The Vietnam General Department of Taxation launched the pilot of online registration fee payments for automobiles and motorbikes in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Locally-made automobiles enjoy 50 per cent cut in registration fees from June 28  

Locally-made automobiles enjoy 50 per cent cut in registration fees from June 28  

Locally-made and assembled automobiles have officially enjoyed a 50 per cent cut in registration fees from June 28 to December 31, 2020.  
PHA receives licence for car parts manufacturing plant in Deep C II IZ

PHA receives licence for car parts manufacturing plant in Deep C II IZ

PHA received the investment certificate for its automotive parts manufacturing plant in Deep C II IZ in the northern port city of Haiphong.
Auto assembly tax issues leave car industry in a spin

Auto assembly tax issues leave car industry in a spin

Vietnam’s automobile policy has proven to be inefficient following pending questions over tax arrears for many Vietnam-based manufacturing and assembling automobile firms, whose automobile imported part breakdown levels do not conform to existing legal regulations.

Tax increases fuel car, beer price hikes

Tax increases effective from January 1 have resulted in a price rise for automobiles and beer that may affect sales.According to an industry source, the price of automobiles and canned beer has increased by more than 20 per cent and 10 per cent respectively as a result of amendments to special consumption tax (SCT) and value-added tax (VAT).