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Thursday, November 15, 2018
Tags: Japan
Enhanced capacity of govt enterprises needed to translate CPTPP into success Enhanced capacity of govt, enterprises needed to translate CPTPP into success
Mechanisms must be established to enhance the capacity of both the Government and local enterprises so that the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership can be a resounding success, said Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vu Tien Loc.
National Assembly passes resolution ratifying CPTPP National Assembly passes resolution ratifying CPTPP
The 14th National Assembly passed a resolution ratifying the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership and related documents in the afternoon of November 12 with 96.7 percent of votes.
Vietnam seeks FDI in new technology-based sectors Vietnam seeks FDI in new technology-based sectors
With around USD 184 billion disbursed over the past 30 years since the enactment of the Law on Investment in 1987, the inflow of foreign direct investment has significantly contributed to the country’s total social investment capital.
Vietnam plans to apply the open-sky policy Vietnam plans to apply the open-sky policy
Vietnam would apply the open-sky policy so as to encourage domestic and foreign air carriers to open new direct air routes connecting the country with its major tourism markets, according to a draft decision designed by the Ministry of Transport.
Scrap paper should be treated properly not banned Scrap paper should be treated properly, not banned
Vietnam should have proper management policies on import and treatment of waste paper, according to a seminar held by The Vietnam Pulp and Paper Association (VPPA) and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) on October 16 in Hanoi.
PM lauds Japans role in Mekong region development PM lauds Japan’s role in Mekong region development
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc lauded the role of Japan in boosting cooperation and development in the Mekong region over the past years at an interview granted to Japanese media on the occasion of his visit to Japan and participation in the 10th Mekong-Japan Summit Meeting in the country from October 8-10.
Lam Dong: a future agriculture hub in Southeast Asia Lam Dong: a future agriculture hub in Southeast Asia
Located on three plateaus of altitude of between 800m and 1,000m above sea level and in the upper reaches of Da Dang, La Nga and Da Nhim rivers, Lam Dong province boasts big potential of minerals and perennial industrial plants, forestry, tourism, services and livestock breeding.
A new approach to applying limitation periods under the 2015 Civil Code A new approach to applying limitation periods under the 2015 Civil Code
This article highlights the new approach adopted by the 2015 Civil Code to the application of limitation periods for requesting settlement of civil cases and matters. It also explores some specific limitation periods for declaring civil transactions null and void, requesting protection of personal rights, initiating contract-related lawsuits, and claiming compensation.
Arbitral ruling in South China Sea will have long-term impacts: expert Arbitral ruling in South China Sea will have long-term impacts: expert
Two years ago, the United Nations delivered a historic verdict in the South China Sea territorial dispute between the Philippines and China, rendering China’s extensive claims over most of the sea baseless. Dr. Ha Anh Tuan, Director of the Center for Policy Analysis under the Institute for South China Sea Studies, writes to Vietnam News Agency on the legal implications of this ruling and its role in the path toward a final resolution.
New Competition Law: transformation from per se to rule of reason approach New Competition Law: transformation from per se to rule of reason approach
The Competition Law that came into force on July 1, 2005, was the very first important milestone in the process of creating a legal framework for fair competition in Vietnam. Unfortunately, both domestic and international business environments have been changing significantly since the promulgation of the Law in 2004. There is strong demand for Vietnamese companies to participate deeply in new global value chains. The 4th Industrial Revolution has facilitated the emergence of new business models that the current Competition Law fails to regulate. Those business modes have changed the market structure and directly affected competition. Therefore, comprehensive revision of the 2004 Competition Law is practically necessary to not only overcome its limitations and shortcomings but also take full advantage of opportunities of economic integration as well as the 4th Industrial Revolution.