New regulations enhance transparency in private placement of bonds

New regulations enhance transparency in private placement of bonds

The new decree on offering and trading private placement bonds helps standardise and improve bond issuance conditions, supervision of capital use purposes and information transparency, said analysts.
Fulfilling the roadmap for a fruitful EU trade future

Fulfilling the roadmap for a fruitful EU trade future

Bilateral trade between the EU and Vietnam has been advancing in the right direction since the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement took effect.
Shaping the future of human development in times of crisis

Shaping the future of human development in times of crisis

We are living in uncertain times. The COVID-19 pandemic, now in its third year, continues to spin off new variants. Economic and political tremors from conflict in Ukraine reverberate across the world, unsettling international relationships and driving up fuel and food prices.
The wider impact of Propzy collapse to the proptech sector

The wider impact of Propzy collapse to the proptech sector

With proptech startup Propzy ceasing operations, VIR’s Bich Ngoc spoke with Doan Tung, chief marketing and growth officer from Houze Group, to discover how proptech businesses like Houze can reduce risks and if Propzy’s downfall will impact investment flows.
Myriad of choices available for monetary policy in Vietnam amid global fluctuations

Myriad of choices available for monetary policy in Vietnam amid global fluctuations

As today’s markets are undoubtedly volatile, the State Bank of Vietnam is in a dilemma to adopt a proper monetary policy. Economic expert Vu Dinh Anh discussed with VIR’s Hong Dung the potential approaches for Vietnam to sail through the challenging period.
RSM Vietnam celebrates opening new office in Ho Chi Minh City

RSM Vietnam celebrates opening new office in Ho Chi Minh City

On September 14, RSM Vietnam officially held the opening ceremony of a third office in Ho Chi Minh City.
MoF clarifies law on prize electronic games for foreigners

MoF clarifies law on prize electronic games for foreigners

The Ministry of Finance has issued further guidance on the law regarding foreigners and prize electronic games in Vietnam.
New regulations on importing cars and motorcycles for non-commercial purposes

New regulations on importing cars and motorcycles for non-commercial purposes

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) recently requested tax departments in centrally-run cities and provinces to enhance tax administration for cars and motorcycles permitted to import or temporarily imported for non-commercial purposes.
Scope exists for wider trade relations with Great Britain

Scope exists for wider trade relations with Great Britain

Every year, British businesses import about $7 trillion of goods from all over the world. These can include cars, iron and steel, medical equipment and supplies, electronic goods, textiles and footwear, furniture, foodstuffs, and more. Some Vietnamese enterprises have penetrated the UK market, but with a very humble market share.
Outlining the legalities for industrial property funds

Outlining the legalities for industrial property funds

Established industrial property developers and specialist investment funds have been joined in this sector in Vietnam in recent years by major international private equity houses, with investment ticket sizes in some cases reaching impressive numbers.
Young Vietnamese must grasp modern technical skills on offer

Young Vietnamese must grasp modern technical skills on offer

The world around us is changing fast. One hears plenty about transformation, automation, AI, and “the great resignation”. All of this is speeding up, often as a side effect of the pandemic. These changes are having such an obvious impact on business, and they simply cannot be ignored.
Defining innovative startup enterprises in Vietnam

Defining innovative startup enterprises in Vietnam

The state has provided special policies to encourage small- and medium-sized startup enterprises (SMEs) that primarily focus on tech advancement and research, and need the assistance of all resources for building their reputation and market status.
Developing the economy through global value chains

Developing the economy through global value chains

Vietnam is boosting its integration into global value chains. Economist Raymond Mallon writes about how the country has been improving living standards, the role of global economic cooperation, and how Vietnam is moving beyond labour-intensive manufacturing.
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