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Saturday, June 6, 2020
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Official Gazette issues Nos 136-144/2019 released on April 14 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 136-144/2019, released on April 14, 2020
MIT proposes using e-authentication in e-administrative transactions MIT proposes using e-authentication in e-administrative transactions
E-identity and e-authentication would be used in online public administrative services provided by state agencies for organizations and individuals based on the user-centered principle and the sharing of identification information among various systems.
Official Gazette issues Nos 133-135/2019 coming out on April 08 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 133-135/2019, coming out on April 08, 2020
Validity of liquidated damages clause under Vietnams Law Validity of liquidated damages clause under Vietnam’s Law
Liquidated damages is one of the important remedies that are widely known in various types of contracts. However, the validity of liquidated damages clause is still an uncertain thing under Vietnam’s law, giving rise to a number of disputes over this clause when being applied in Vietnam.
Official Gazette issues Nos 130-132/2019 published on April 06 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 130-132/2019, published on April 06, 2020
Environmental protection assessment by foreign-invested enterprises Environmental protection assessment by foreign-invested enterprises
Managing Director of ASL LAW Pham Duy Khuong replies to a reader's queries regarding environmental impact assessment.
COVID-19 and the issue on exemption of civil liability for breach of payment obligations under loan agreements COVID-19 and the issue on exemption of civil liability for breach of payment obligations under loan agreements
Under the scope of this article, the authors concentrate on force majeure to excuse civil liability under the laws of Vietnam, and the issues relevant to the implementation of loan agreements in the context of COVID-19.
Hanoi promises hefty fines for COVID-19 offenders Hanoi promises hefty fines for COVID-19 offenders
Failing to wear masks in public, reporting inaccurate health statuses or evading quarantine are just some actions that could result in heavy fines or even a criminal trial.
NA Standing Committee convenes 43rd session NA Standing Committee convenes 43rd session
The National Assembly Standing Committee is willing to support and create favorable conditions for the Government to effectively implement countermeasures against the COVID-19 pandemic, said NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.
Official Gazette issues Nos 125-129/2019 published on March 23 2020 Official Gazette issues Nos 125-129/2019, published on March 23, 2020

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