No immediate Brexit impact on UK trade: expert No immediate Brexit impact on UK trade: expert

Great Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) will not immediately affect trade relations between Viet Nam and Britain, an official from the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) said.

National CPI reaches 5-year high in June National CPI reaches 5-year high in June

Viet Nam's consumer price index (CPI) rose by 0.46 per cent month-on-month in June, the highest June increase recorded over the last five years, the General Statatistics Office (GSO) announced yesterday.

Unbalanced property market development fears Unbalanced property market development fears

Early alarm bells have been rung about the potential unbalanced development in supply and demand in the realty market.

Decrees must help businesses: PM Decrees must help businesses: PM

New decrees are to liberate productive forces, facilitate businesses and people, and drive development, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said yesterday.

You set up a firm. Now what? You set up a firm. Now what?

(Jun 22, 2016)

To avoid fines for inadequate compliance with provisions of the law, PLF suggests newly-established enterprises should pay heed to the following issues:

Foreign language contract laws vary in VN

In civil and commercial agreements, the parties to the contract may choose Vietnamese or other foreign languages to be the language of contracts. An exception applies in cases where specialised laws may require the contract to be written (or to have a copy) in Vietnamese.

What businesses can and can't do when cutting jobs

What businesses can and can't do when cutting jobs

Negotiating contracts to limit risks

Risks arising from defective and rejected goods regularly occur in international trade, but parties can limit their risks by negotiating contracts.

Foreign investors are interested in opening up VN theatre businesses

Foreign investors are entitled to operate a theatre business in Viet Nam. The regulations on the type of business entity, conditions or the State's incentives should be taken into consideration when investing in this sector.

State strengthens imported food product safety controls

To strengthen safety controls for imported food products, the Ministry of Health (MOH) issued Circular No 52/2015/TT-BYT, dated December 21, 2015.

PM calls for business friendly decrees

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc urged ministries to hasten the process of drafting decrees providing guidelines for investment and business activities, under Dispatch 789/TTg-PL that he signed last weekend.

Education sector poses risks

Education is an attractive sector for foreign investors. However, investors should be aware of the opportunities and the challenges in investing in the sector.

Lawyers association inaugurates arbitration centre

The Viet Nam Lawyers Association inaugurated a commercial arbitration centre in Ha Noi on April 21.

New criteria for evaluating advanced technology firms

Enterprise revenue, average total expenditure and number of workers are some of the factors considered in new regulations for becoming a hi-tech enterprise.

Real estate business: restrictions for foreign investors

Real estate is one of the areas that attracts great interest from investors in Viet Nam. However, investment in this sector is currently restricted by quite a few regulations.

Vingroup's new resorts in Nghe An and Ha TinhVingroup's new resorts in Nghe An and Ha Tinh

Property developer Vingroup broke ground with Vinpearl Cua Hoi in Cua Lo commune, Nghe An province and Vinpearl Cua Sot in Loc Ha commune, Ha Tinh province on Sunday (June 26).

Resolution 19 improves competitivenessResolution 19 improves competitiveness

Viet Nam's competitive environment has improved after two years of implementing the Government's Resolution 19 on improving the business environment and national competitive ability.Nguyen Dinh Cung, head of the Central Institute of Economic Management (CIEM), spoke to Vietnam News Agency about plans to further improve the national business environment and competitiveness.

Credit rises, but no loose monetary policy Credit rises, but no loose monetary policy

Viet Nam seems to have adopted a loose monetary policy - an expanded national monetary supply  easily accessible to citizens to encourage economic growth. But it has not done so.

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