Quick reversals expected as new normal gradually replaces lockdown gloom

Quick reversals expected as new normal gradually replaces lockdown gloom

The latest KPMG CEO Outlook for 2021 shows a revival in business confidence as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and life returns to a new normal. Warrick Cleine, chairman and CEO of KPMG in Vietnam and Cambodia, shared with VIR’s Tom Nguyen what changes the world can expect in the rebound.
Tailored IFRS training for State Securities Commission employees

Tailored IFRS training for State Securities Commission employees

The SSC and KPMG hosted a training programme on IFRS for employees of SSC, HNX, HSX, and VSD.
E-contract rules need to address concerns

E-contract rules need to address concerns

Electronic contracts could further improve and speed up business activities. However, local enterprises seem hesitant as open questions remain. New amendments to the legal framework could remedy their doubts and boost the application of e-contracts in domestic business transactions.
Netherlands - Gateway for Vietnamese goods to enter EU

Netherlands - Gateway for Vietnamese goods to enter EU

The Netherlands, one of the leading partners of Vietnam in the EU, is a gateway for Vietnamese goods to enter the EU market, experts have said.
PwC report: Time needed to implement IFRS 17 has increased

PwC report: Time needed to implement IFRS 17 has increased

PwC’s IFRS 17 Health Check Survey 2021: Asia-Pacific shows fewer respondents think they can fully implement the reporting standard by the effective date.
Supporting policies in Vietnam’s social insurance

Supporting policies in Vietnam’s social insurance

Currently, many enterprises face difficulties due to having to suspend business, reduce labour, or change business structure entirely in order to ensure production and maintain operations, and the problem of social insurance is often one of the more painful issues for them.
A dedicated partner in client communication

A dedicated partner in client communication

RSM Vietnam would like to congratulate Vietnam Investment Review for always being a reliable companion of the firm and the business community in general.
Crafting balanced treatment in cross-border advertising

Crafting balanced treatment in cross-border advertising

To enforce more rigorous control of cross-border advertising activities, the Vietnamese government issued Decree No.70/2021/ND-CP on July, which took effect on September 15. Thai Gia Han, junior associate at Indochine Counsel, pores over the new conditions applicable to digital advertising in Vietnam and how these impact those who provide cross-border advertising services.
Vietnam may attract 30 billion USD in FDI this year: experts

Vietnam may attract 30 billion USD in FDI this year: experts

Vietnam may attract about 30 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2021, posting a year-on-year rise of 2 percent, economists forecast, pointing to positive signs in FDI attraction in the first eight months of 2021 despite the complexities of COVID-19.
Planning crucial for personal data protection overhaul

Planning crucial for personal data protection overhaul

The Ministry of Public Security’s draft decree on personal data protection is expected to impact the free flow of data once it takes effect in December. Philip Ziter, lawyer at Russin & Vecchi, analyses possible impacts based on the existing draft.
Vietnam still important link in global supply chain: experts

Vietnam still important link in global supply chain: experts

Vietnam is becoming a more important piece of the global supply chain, despite the supply chain and shutdown problems facing the country at present, Executive Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AmCham Vietnam) Adam Sitkoff has told Bloomberg Television.
No interruption in FDI inflows to Haiphong city despite COVID-19

No interruption in FDI inflows to Haiphong city despite COVID-19

Despite the epidemic, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows to Haiphong city have not been interrupted.
Danang maintains favourable position as magnet for foreign-invested enterprises

Danang maintains favourable position as magnet for foreign-invested enterprises

As the central city of Danang continues to be an attractive destination for foreign-invested enterprises, the city is expected to see more scrutiny on transfer pricing from local tax authorities and rising demand for related consultation services.
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