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Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Tags: foreign companies
Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam
Citizens of 80 countries and territories who enter Vietnam with e-visas (EV) of a validity period of 30 days, once obtaining work permits or certificates of exemption from work permit, may have their e-visas changed into LD1 or LD2 visas or temporary residence cards in accordance with law.
Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam
Citizens of 80 countries and territories who enter Vietnam with e-visas (EV) of a validity period of 30 days, once obtaining work permits or certificates of exemption from work permit, may have their e-visas changed into LD1 or LD2 visas or temporary residence cards in accordance with law.
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.
More regulations imposed on cross-border advertising service providers More regulations imposed on cross-border advertising service providers
Foreign companies providing cross-border advertising services in the cyberspace and generating income in Vietnam must observe Vietnam’s laws on tax, advertising, management, provision and use of Internet services, and cyber information.
How will the EVFTA contribute to more transparency? How will the EVFTA contribute to more transparency?
This article looks at the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), recently ratified by the EU Parliament, from the angle of transparency. Reviewing the road from WTO’s limited use of measures to improve transparency and reduce bribery in international trade to new generation FTAs, the paper examines headways made in mainstreaming transparency in practically all chapters of the trade agreement.
Foreign capital attraction to see new forms: expert Foreign capital attraction to see new forms: expert
Vietnam needs to learn about new forms of investment to raise appropriate policies for attracting foreign money, according to chairman of the Vietnam Association of Foreign Invested Enterprises Nguyen Mai.
Is it better to arbitrate in Vietnam or to arbitrate abroad? Is it better to arbitrate in Vietnam or to arbitrate abroad?
Three types of dispute qualify for arbitration in Vietnam. Firstly, disputes involving “commercial activity” can be arbitrated. Commercial activity is any “activity with a profit-making purpose comprising the purchase and sale of goods, provision of services, investment, commercial enhancement, and other activities for profit-making purposes.” Secondly, arbitration is allowed if one party to the contract is engaged in a commercial activity, say, a vendor in a dispute with a customer. Finally, the law requires that some disputes be settled by arbitration. Disputes that are specifically stipulated by law also qualify for arbitration. For example, contracts that relate to investments under the 2014 Law on Investment, qualify for arbitration. Arbitration is not a general right. Use of arbitration is subject to agreement. That is, the parties have to agree to arbitrate. Agreement to arbitrate can be made in any written form. The agreement may be part of an underlying agreement that is itself in dispute or it may be a separate agreement to arbitrate. Any modification, extension, termination, or invalidity of the contract will not affect the arbitration clause. This follows the separability doctrine of the New York Convention.
Pay radio and television enterprises to be equitized Pay radio and television enterprises to be equitized
From now to 2020, state-owned pay radio and television service enterprises would be equitized and listed on the securities market, according to a draft decree revising Decree 06 of 2016 on management, provision and use of radio and television services.
Joint statement for enhancing Vietnam-US comprehensive partnership Joint statement for enhancing Vietnam-US comprehensive partnership
Vietnam and the US have issued a joint statement for enhancing the comprehensive partnership between the two countries, on the occasion of the official visit to the US by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc from May 29-31.
Vietnam to renew growth model for higher productivity and competitiveness Vietnam to renew growth model for higher productivity and competitiveness
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong signed Resolution No 05-NQ/TW during the fourth plenum of the XIIth Party Central Committee, which reaffirms the country’s resolve to pursue fast and sustainable comprehensive development in economic, social and environmental aspects.

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