Tax Newsletter | October 2021
Oct 19, 2021
In this newsletter, Grant Thornton Vietnam would like to update some important tax and customs regulations that have been issued recently

2021 Publication “Doing Business in Vietnam” of Grant Thornton Vietnam
Oct 07, 2021
We are delighted to announce the 2021 edition of “Doing Business in Vietnam”. This publication will bring helpful information to foreign investors, particularly for those considering to do their businesses in Vietnam for the first time.

Oct 07, 2021
This Code provides for maritime shipping activities, covering seagoing vessels, crew, seaports, marine navigable channels, ocean shipping, marine navigation safety, marine navigation security, prevention of environmental pollution and other activities related to the use of seagoing vessels for economic, cultural, social, sport, public service and scientific research purposes.

VBF - Resolution 105 on supporting businesses, cooperatives and household businesses in the context of COVID-19 pandemic
Oct 07, 2021
Following up on our call for comments on the draft Resolution supporting businesses in the context of Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has issued Resolution 105 on September 9, 2021.

[Members News] – Tax Newsletter in September 2021_By IC&Partners Vietnam
Oct 07, 2021
We would like to introduce to you the “Tax Newsletter – September 2021” provided by IC&Partners Vietnam in order to help you update information on the change of law related to business activities. We hope that Tax Newsletter will be helpful for you.

[Member’s News] – ATS Law Bulletin – September 2021
Oct 07, 2021
We would like to introduce “Law Bulletin” from ATS Law Firm – A monthly publication providing the legal updates of Vietnam and striking features relating to your business.

[VBF]_IFC Invitation to Consultation Workshop on VN Country Climate and Development Report - October 07, 2021
Oct 07, 2021
WBG in Vietnam is preparing a Vietnam Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR), which will serve as a core country diagnostic report to support the Government to (i) achieve its development goals in the context of mitigating and adapting to climate change, and (ii) identify opportunities for climate actions for the next five years by the public and the private sectors.

CIVIL CODE: The Law No. 91/2015/QH13
Oct 06, 2021
The Civil Code provides the legal status, legal standards for the conduct of natural and juridical persons; the rights and obligations of natural and juridical person (hereinafter referred to as persons) regarding personal and property rights and obligations in relations established on the basis of equality, freedom of will, independence of property and self-responsibility (hereinafter referred to as civil relations).