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Official Gazette

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Tags: 2018
Official Gazette issues Nos 31-33/2018 published on June 18 2018 Official Gazette issues Nos 31-33/2018, published on June 18, 2018
Cyber security law targets criminals: NA deputies Cyber security law targets criminals: NA deputies
The controversial cyber security law was passed by the National Assembly on June 12 with 86.86 percent approval. On the sidelines, NA deputies talk to An Ninh Thu Do (Capital Security) newspaper on how the bill won’t harm Constitution-mandated civil rights or initiate mass surveillance. The subjects of the bill are criminals, not common people, they stressed.
Proposal to increase retirement age gets green light Proposal to increase retirement age gets green light
The retirement age of Vietnamese laborers, which is currently 60 for men and 55 for women, will be increased, according to a resolution on social insurance policy reform adopted this month by the Party Central Committee at its seventh plenum.
King Le Thanh Tong with the defense of national territory King Le Thanh Tong with the defense of national territory
King Le Thanh Tong (1442-1497) recorded great merits in protecting the country’s territorial integrity, expanding the national frontiers and protecting the national sovereignty over land, sea and island borders. The Hong Duc Code in the king’s era appeared to be the most complete and progressive code of the Vietnamese feudal states, containing numerous articles on the defense of national territory.
Official Gazette issues Nos 28-30/2018 published on June 13 2018 Official Gazette issues Nos 28-30/2018, published on June 13, 2018
Private and common ownership under civil law: some practical notes Private and common ownership under civil law: some practical notes
In this article, the author discusses the provisions on private and common ownership in the 2015 Civil Code and presents some notes on their application by the courts in Vietnam.
Abiding by international law key to settle South China Sea issue Abiding by international law key to settle South China Sea issue
Two years after the arbitral tribunal ruling in favor of the Philippines’ South China Sea case and rejecting China’s so-called nine-dash line, disputes continue to rage even as China and ASEAN formally enter negotiations toward a Code of Conduct framework.
Planning Law Planning Law
The Planning Law, which was passed in last November, marks an institutional transformation aimed at synchronizing and unifying the current planning regulations.
Official Gazette issues Nos 25-27/2018 published on June 11 2018 Official Gazette issues Nos 25-27/2018, published on June 11, 2018
Duty break for temporary imports for re-export Duty break for temporary imports for re-export
This Article provides in detail goods temporarily imported by an enterprise for re-export which are exempt from import duty.

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