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Thursday, February 27, 2020
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Made in Vietnam criteria “Made in Vietnam” criteria
Local media last month reported that Asanzo, a local electronics manufacturer currently holding more than 16 percent of Vietnam’s TV receiver market share, did not produce but imported spare parts from China, then assembled them into finished products with “Made in Vietnam” labels for domestic sale.
Revising the Labor Codes provisions on wages: Does minimum wage mean living wage? Revising the Labor Code’s provisions on wages: Does minimum wage mean living wage?
The draft revised Labor Code, which is expected to be passed by the National Assembly this October, contains several noteworthy amendments to the current regulations on wages.
Resolution guiding money laundering enforcement announced Resolution guiding money laundering enforcement announced
The Supreme People's Court and the State Bank on May 31 held a joint seminar in Hanoi to announce the Resolution guiding the implementation of the 2015 Penal Code’s Article 324 on money laundering.
State Bank steps up fight against black credit State Bank steps up fight against “black credit”
In January 2019, local media reported that Le Dinh Huu Phuoc, a 55-year-old man in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai, was beaten to death by a group of gangsters for failing to fully pay his nephew’s debt.
Better seaports and services key to cruise tourism in VN Better seaports and services key to cruise tourism in VN
Young UK tourist Sean Williams chose Vietnam for his first trip to Asia in November, and reveled in the country’s rich culture and cuisine.
National spatial data infrastructure crucial to e-government building: experts National spatial data infrastructure crucial to e-government building: experts
The National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) of Vietnam plays an important role in building an e-government and reforming the administrative system toward better serving the people, transparency and democracy, experts agreed at a seminar held by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s Department of Survey, Mapping and Geographic Information on December 6 in Hanoi.
Vietnams third-cycle UPR national report released Vietnam’s third-cycle UPR national report released
Vietnam has implemented 175 out of the 182 recommendations by the UN Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) second-cycle Universal Periodic Review (UPR) which it accepted in June 2014, heard a seminar in Hanoi on December 3.
Government increases fines for multi-level marketing violations Government increases fines for multi-level marketing violations
The Government has recently issued Decree 141 revising a number of articles of the decrees on sanctioning of administrative violations in multi-level marketing.
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.
Thousands of unlawful documents issued last year: Justice Ministry report Thousands of unlawful documents issued last year: Justice Ministry report
Thousands of legal documents issued last year in the country were detected to be unlawful in one aspect or another, according to a recent report of the Ministry of Justice.

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