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Official Gazette

Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Legislatures year-end meeting to pass seven laws three resolutions Legislature’s year-end meeting to pass seven laws, three resolutions
The 10th sitting of the National Assembly opened on October 20 in Hanoi was expected to proceed via video conferencing till October 27 and to gather for face-to-face discussions during the plenary session from November 2 to 17.
Overview of Vietnams law on wildlife conservation and protection Overview of Vietnam’s law on wildlife conservation and protection
The increase in human population and illegal wildlife hunting has led to a high risk of biodiversity loss and put many of the animals on the brink of extinction. Being fully aware of the seriousness of the situation, the Vietnamese Government has focused on improving the legal framework on wildlife conservation and protection. This article briefly introduces legal documents related to wildlife conservation and protection, analyzes shortcomings and limitations and puts forth some recommendations for improvement.
Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group
The Lo Lo, a Tibeto-Burmese language group, is also called O Man, Lu Loc Man, La La, Qua La, Di Nhan, Di Gia or Lac To. The group’s official name Lo Lo has been used in Vietnam since 1979. The Lo Lo group is divided into two sub-groups, namely Lo Lo Hoa and Lo Hoa Den. Today, almost all Lo Lo people reside in upland districts of Ha Giang, Cao Bang and Lai Chau border provinces.
Official Gazette issues Nos 73-75/2020 availble on October 19 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 73-75/2020, availble on October 19, 2020
Official Gazette issues Nos 68-72/2020 released on October 07 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 68-72/2020, released on October 07, 2020
Official Gazette issues Nos 64-67/2020 released on September 18 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 64-67/2020, released on September 18, 2020
Platforms providing cross-border services and the adversity of reversed protection of foreign businesses in Vietnam Platforms providing cross-border services and the adversity of reversed protection of foreign businesses in Vietnam
In the era of Industry 4.0, the physical border gradually becomes invisible when all services are provided and people’s demands are satisfied in the cyberspace where there are no borderline that may prevent any organizations or individuals with adequate capacity, passion and creativity from providing their own services worldwide.
Vietnams approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency? Vietnam’s approach to COVID-19 treatment: compulsory licensing as solution in national emergency?
This article examines the concept of compulsory licensing under the TRIPS Agreement, the recent implementation of such mechanism in several countries, also its incorporation of the same into Vietnam’s legal framework and most importantly, its domestic practicability amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
New decree lifts sentiment extends market rally New decree lifts sentiment, extends market rally
Vietnamese shares rebounded on September 28 as market sentiment remained positive, following a new decree recently released to cut tax for virus-hit businesses.
Notable achievements during Vietnams 75 years Notable achievements during Vietnam’s 75 years
This September marks 75 years since the Vietnamese people, under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), overthrew 80 years of French colonial rule.

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