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Airbus exhibits new A350 XWB aircraft in Ha Noi Airbus exhibits new A350 XWB aircraft in Ha Noi

Airbus, one of the world's leading aircraft manufacturers, has flown in its all-new A350 XWB jet plane here for the first time as part of a five-city Asian demonstration tour.


Many new cars introduced at Motor Show in HCM City Many new cars introduced at Motor Show in HCM City

Auto companies on Wednesday launched their latest cars with high technologies at the Motor Show now being held in HCM City.


Apple distributors announce prices of latest iPhones Apple distributors announce prices of latest iPhones

Official distributors of Apple products in Viet Nam have publicised the prices of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which will go on sale nationwide beginning November 14.


ThaiBev seeks stake in Sabeco ThaiBev seeks stake in Sabeco

The Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (ThaiBev), owned by Thailand's third-richest man, plans to buy a stake in Viet Nam's largest brewery Sai Gon Beer (Sabeco), reported Wall Street Journal's website online.wsj.com.



Entrustment principles laid out Entrustment principles laid out

(Nov 26, 2014)

The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) issued Circular No 30/2014/TT-NHNN (November 6, 2014) on entrustment and taking entrustment of credit institutions and the branches of foreign banks.

Failure to register franchising operations could attract sanctions

GlobalVue has ranked Viet Nam as one of the top 10 potential markets for franchise ventures in 2013.

SBV tightens rules for foreign currency transactions

Financial institutions have to report international online transactions worth more than US$1,000, or the equivalent in other currencies, to the State Bank of Viet Nam's (SBV) anti-money laundering department.

Circular guides FDI in education sector

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) issued Circular No. 34/2014/TT-BGDDT (October 15, 2014) guiding foreign investment and co-operation in education.

Cut in gold jewellery export tax proposed

The Ministry of Finance is proposing the cutting of the export duty on gold jewellery from 25 to 30 per cent to 0 to 2 per cent.

Different results for dissolution and bankruptcy

Both dissolution and bankruptcy lead to the termination of a company's activities. However, their causes, settlement procedures and legal consequences, as well as the resultant liabilities of the proprietor are very different.

Firms urged to keep abreast of FTA talks

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, which is under negotiation, will have a positive impact on Viet Nam's economy but will create challenges as well.

Income tax payment required for real property exchange

If real estate is exchanged between July 1, 1994 and January 1, 2009, the people who use the property have to make a one-time personal income tax payment.

Securing land use rights drags on

The capital city people's committee has expressed concern over slow progress in the granting of land use rights and house ownership certificates to residents.

Online games get special tax break

The lastest draft of the amended law on special consumption tax has apparently excluded online games from the list of goods and services to be taxed.

New circular guides registration of foreign loans

The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) issued Circular 25/2014/TT-NHNN on 15 September 2014 containing guidelines for registering foreign loans that are not guaranteed by the Government (hereinafter referred to as foreign loans) as well as changes made to them.

VietJet receives new Airbus A320 in ToulouseVietJet receives new Airbus A320 in Toulouse

Airbus on Wednesday handed over a new Airbus 320 to VietJet in Toulouse, the first of 100 aircraft ordered by the Vietnamese carrier from the European aviation giant.

Lazada at the forefront of VN e-commerce, says CEOLazada at the forefront of VN e-commerce, says CEO

E-commerce is growing in leaps and bounds in Viet Nam with the entry of many international players. Alexandre Dardy, CEO of Lazada Viet Nam, talks about the market and his company's strategies.

Preference for dollar loans boosts credit growth Preference for dollar loans boosts credit growth

Companies prefer borrowing in foreign currency than the dong, with banks' foreign currency credit growth topping 20 per cent as of October.

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