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Official Gazette

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Tags: decree
Official Gazette issues Nos 133-135/2018 published on March 14 2019 Official Gazette issues Nos 133-135/2018, published on March 14, 2019
Long-awaited regulations on foreign-invested vocational education institutions enacted Long-awaited regulations on foreign-invested vocational education institutions enacted
On February 1, the Government issued Decree 15/2019/ND-CP enacting long-awaited regulations on foreign cooperation and investment in the field of vocational education.
Science and technology enterprises offered with more incentives Science and technology enterprises offered with more incentives
Science and technology enterprises will be soon provided with a raft of attractive tax, credit and land incentives, following a decree recently issued by the Government.
Tariffs designed for implementation of CPTPP Tariffs designed for implementation of CPTPP
The Ministry of Finance has submitted to the Government a draft decree on the Preferential Export Tariff and Special Preferential Import Tariff which is designed for Vietnam to implement its commitments under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership in the 2019-22 period.
Unfair competition practices to face hefty fines Unfair competition practices to face hefty fines
Violations of the regulations on unfair competition would carry a maximum fine of VND 2 billion, approximately USD 86.000, according to a draft decree elaborated by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Official Gazette issues Nos 125-128/2018 available on February 18 2019 Official Gazette issues Nos 125-128/2018, available on February 18, 2019
Ministry accepts comments on civil servant law Ministry accepts comments on civil servant law
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) is collecting opinions on a new law which would amend a number of articles of the Law on Cadres and Civil Servants (2008) and the Law on Public Employees (2010).
From Vinasun vs Grab lawsuit: How to change management thinking to suit new business models From Vinasun vs Grab lawsuit: How to change management thinking to suit new business models
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court last December pronounced a judgment, completing the first-instance trial of a civil case between local taxi firm Vinasun and Singapore-based ride-hailing app Grab. However, it does not end the controversial story but raises a lot of questions about how to change authorities’ management thinking to adapt to new business models emerging in a sharing economy.
Adoption of foreign children by Vietnamese Adoption of foreign children by Vietnamese
As per the Vietnamese law on child adoption, a child’s blood aunt may adopt him/her while his/her grandparent may not (Article 13.6 of the 2010 Law on Child Adoption.
IP activities need to improve for the countrys development and international integration IP activities need to improve for the country’s development and international integration
Against the backdrop of rapid development of science and technology, intellectual property (IP) has become one of powerful tools for countries to raise the competitiveness of their businesses and national economies. As for Vietnam, it is a must to increase the effectiveness of IP activities to seize opportunities and overcome challenges facing the country in the course of national development and international integration.

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