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Monday, September 16, 2019
Tags: international market
Vietnam set to become a powerful marine nation by 2030 Vietnam set to become a powerful marine nation by 2030
Vietnam must become a strong and rich country based on the sea. This view is clearly articulated in the recently adopted Resolution of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee on the strategy for sustainable development of the Vietnamese marine economy up to 2030, with a vision toward 2045.Vietnam Law and Legal Forum would like to introduce important contents of this Resolution.
Decision No. 1191/QD-TTg of August 14 2017 Decision No. 1191/QD-TTg of August 14, 2017
approving the bond market development roadmap during 2017-2020, with a vision toward 2030
Resolution No. 38/NQ-CP Resolution No. 38/NQ-CP
Promulgating the Government’s Action Program to implement Resolution No. 06-NQ/TW on “Effective international economic integration and maintenance of socio-political stability in the context when Vietnam accedes to new-generation free trade agreements”
Customs Law helps boost international trade Customs Law helps boost international trade
The 2014 Customs Law and its guiding documents have not only codified local customs habits and practices but also legalized Vietnam’s international commitments on customs in the context of vigorous trade globalization and ever-expanding economic and customs alliances. It has established many modern legal mechanisms to facilitate international trade.
Vietnamese aquatic exporter scores a significant victory at US court Vietnamese aquatic exporter scores a significant victory at US court
Vietnamese leading aquatic producer and exporter CASEAMEX - Can Tho Import-Export Joint Stock Company in January won a significant victory at the US Court of International Trade, in an appeal filed against the US Department of Commerce in the anti-dumping proceeding on fish fillet exports from Vietnam.
Advantages and disadvantages of accession to the 1980 Vienna Convention Advantages and disadvantages of accession to the 1980 Vienna Convention
On December 18, 2015, Vietnam officially ratified the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) to become its 84th state party. The CISG, which is also referred to as the 1980 Vienna Convention, will enter into force for Vietnam on January 1, 2017. This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the country’s accession to this Convention through the prism of a law practitioner.
Laws on interest rates penalties and fees in lending activities of credit institutions in Vietnam Laws on interest rates, penalties, and fees in lending activities of credit institutions in Vietnam
Pricing policy of a credit institution is based on several factors, e.g., pricing structure and pricing principles, and must foster the competitiveness of the credit institution itself.
Bank guarantee with a foreign element under Vietnamese law: an overview Bank guarantee with a foreign element under Vietnamese law: an overview
On June 26, 2015, the State Bank of Vietnam released Circular 07 which replaces Circular No 28 of 2012. The new text contains various changes to the old legal framework. This article focuses on some aspects relating to guarantees issued by Vietnamese credit institutions in favor of offshore entities.
Tax exemption for global sovereign bonds Tax exemption for global sovereign bonds
The Government on November 1 issued Resolution No. 78/NQ-CP on tax exemption for government bonds issued on the global market in 2014.
Regulations in the making (Vol. 17 - No 198 February 2011) Regulations in the making (Vol. 17 - No 198 February 2011)
At a recent seminar on derivative products, financial experts opined that though derivative financial tools have been legally permitted by the State Bank for use by commercial banks and enterprises to shield against market-induced financial risks, regulations facilitating the access to and application of these tools, especially by small- and medium-sized enterprises, remain insufficient and inappropriate to practical developments of the domestic monetary market.     

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