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Official Gazette

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Tags: inspection
Vietnam unveils new non-performing loan toolkit Vietnam unveils new non-performing loan toolkit
As high non-performing loan (NPL) levels affect many credit institutions, particularly financially weak banks, authorities should step in to lead the system-wide response. This article dwells on major solutions to NPLs set forth in a recently approved scheme on banking system restructuring and NPL resolution.
Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam
The country’s transition of the civil service from a career-based to a working position-based model is a revolutionary reform facing numerous challenges. In this transition, improving the quality of cadres and civil servants so that they have all the qualities and capabilities required by an advanced, professional and modern civil service is an extremely important task.
Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus
The 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam on October 25 issued Resolution 18 setting specific targets for further renovating and restructuring the apparatus of the political system. Following are principal contents of the Resolution.
Government and exporters team up to tackle IUU fishing Government and exporters team up to tackle IUU fishing
In response to Vietnam receiving a ‘yellow card’ from the European Union, indicating the union’s dissatisfaction with Vietnam’s efforts to fight illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, the National Assembly last week passed the revised Law on Fisheries.
Procedures for customs valuation to be further simplified Procedures for customs valuation to be further simplified
The General Department of Customs is working out a draft decree to revise Decree 08 issued in 2015, which focuses on simplification of procedures for customs valuation to create more favorable conditions for priority enterprises in the customs sector.
Building an equal relationship between the State and citizens Building an equal relationship between the State and citizens
Rule-of-law institutions of citizens and of the state are part of a rule-of-law state. The history of building rule-of-law states around the world shows that in order to successfully build rule-of-law institutions of the state, it is a must to simultaneously establish, or even give priority to establishing, rule-of-law institutions of citizens.
Management of liquefied petroleum gas trading to be tightened Management of liquefied petroleum gas trading to be tightened
The Minister of Industry and Trade recently requests intensification of the inspection and handling of violators in liquefied petroleum gas trading.
EU yellow card will likely hurt VN seafood EU yellow card will likely hurt VN seafood
The European Commission has issued a "yellow card" warning to Vietnam, after the country failed to demonstrate sufficient progress in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing worldwide.
Barriers for import export goods to be removed Barriers for import, export goods to be removed
Reducing the ratio of import goods subject to specialized inspection at the customs clearance stage and amending overlapping legal documents are among solutions to be proposed by the Ministry of Science and Technology to the Government to renew specialized inspection activities.
Government gets tough on BOT projects Government gets tough on BOT projects
The Government has ordered strict handling of violations in the implementation of Build-Operate-Transfer transport projects amid public rage over unreasonable toll booths and high fees.

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