EVN must settle transitional renewable energy power tariffs before March 31: MoIT

EVN must settle transitional renewable energy power tariffs before March 31: MoIT

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has mandated that Electricity of Vietnam and its investors reach an agreement on energy rates by March 31.
34 investors in wind and solar energy face insolvency

34 investors in wind and solar energy face insolvency

Investors are concerned about the derailment of their financial plans if the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) sets a low energy-producing price structure.
The truth about transfer pricing

The truth about transfer pricing

Are some foreign-invested companies dodging taxes via transfer pricing abuses? There are denials but so far no definitive judgments--and wide agreement for a deeper analysis needed.
To catch the tax cheats

To catch the tax cheats

Transfer pricing by multinational companies as a means to dodge taxes has become a hot but also tricky topic.
Firms in cross hairs of the transfer pricing teams

Firms in cross hairs of the transfer pricing teams

Anti-transfer pricing enforcement will be a top priority for the Vietnam tax authority in 2013.
Tax dodgers?  A shared problem

Tax dodgers?  A shared problem

Dr. Phan Huu Thang, director of National Economics University’s Centre for Foreign Investment Studies, discusses the role of foreign business associations in helping state agencies combat transfer pricing for tax evasion by some multinationals.
Getting straight to the heart of some taxing matters

Getting straight to the heart of some taxing matters

Vietnam’s tax policies and customs regulations are currently being positively improved to meet changes in the socio-economy, and to support businesses during the implementation.
Transfer pricing in gun sights

Transfer pricing in gun sights

The State Presidential Office has held a press meeting announcing State President’s Order on the promulgation of amended and supplemented Law on Tax Administration, a crucial legal tool for the tax sector to ramp up the fight against transfer pricing.
A firm hand for a taxing issue

A firm hand for a taxing issue

Transfer pricing is now a pressing matter in Vietnam with a series of foreign-invested enterprises under suspicion of transfer pricing to dodge taxes.
Big names face tax scrutiny

Big names face tax scrutiny

Big-name foreign companies such as Adidas, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are facing scrutiny from local tax authorities on transfer pricing possibility in Vietnam.
Transfer pricing in the headlines

Transfer pricing in the headlines

At least 20 per cent of annual tax audit cases will be subject to a transfer pricing audit.
Knocking transfer pricing on the head

Knocking transfer pricing on the head

Transfer pricing is increasingly raising its ugly head. Deputy minister of Finance Do Hoang Anh Tuan told VIR the tax sector not only took drastic measures to fight transfer pricing at foreign-invested enterprises, but local firms were also subject to strong actions.
Ministry to foster anti-transfer pricing inspections

Ministry to foster anti-transfer pricing inspections

Curbing the transfer pricing and loss-making activities of businesses is the highest-priority task of the inspectorate sector this year, Deputy Minister of Finance Do Hoang Anh Tuan told Tuoi Tre.
Taxing issue still burns

Taxing issue still burns

A massive round of government inspections into possible transfer pricing at foreign-invested enterprises has boosted state coffers.
Transfer pricing not in vogue

Transfer pricing not in vogue

"These first results in the fight against transfer pricing in foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) are a real highlight for tax authorities "
1 2