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Monday, August 8, 2022
Tags: revision
Limited-term apartment ownership: why and why not Limited-term apartment ownership: why and why not
The Ministry of Construction recently submitted to the Government a set of policy options for revision of the 2014 Housing Law of which the most controversy one is the idea of setting a definite term for apartment ownership.
WB committed to support Vietnam in implementing Mekong Delta master plan WB committed to support Vietnam in implementing Mekong Delta master plan
The World Bank, an important development partner of Vietnam, is committed to support the Vietnam in implementing the newly unveiled Mekong Delta Regional Master Plan.
Legislators discuss environmental protection as part of Petroleum Law revisions Legislators discuss environmental protection as part of Petroleum Law revisions
National Assembly deputies proposed specific regulations to improve environmental protection in oil and gas activities while discussing the revised Petroleum Law on June 15.
Revision of Petroleum Law aims to create smoother legal corridor: Minister Revision of Petroleum Law aims to create smoother legal corridor: Minister
The revision of the Petroleum Law is crucial to creating a smooth legal corridor for investors and increasing the attractiveness of the investment environment in the field of oil and gas, said Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien while delivering a proposal on the draft amended Petroleum Law at the 15th National Assembly’s ongoing third session on June 3.
National Assembly to look into three draft laws on May 27 National Assembly to look into three draft laws on May 27
The National Assembly will debate three draft laws on May 27, in accordance with the working program of the legislature’s third session.
UNICEF calls for VN to speed up inclusion of child wasting into policy UNICEF calls for VN to speed up inclusion of 'child wasting' into policy
UNICEF Vietnam calls for the inclusion of treatment for child wasting into the domestic health examination and treatment law and other long-term development funding schemes to help save the lives of many children in the country.
Land-related provisions in Le Dynastys Quoc Trieu Hinh Luat Land-related provisions in Le Dynasty’s “Quoc Trieu Hinh Luat”
Quoc Trieu Hinh Luat (The National Criminal Code) of the Le dynasty (1428-1527) was the culmination of legislative work in feudal Vietnam. With 722 articles arranged in 13 chapters, it dealt with almost all basic social relations then, from criminal, marriage-family, inheritance, contractual, procedural, and land to administrative issues.
Improving IP law in the context of international integration Improving IP law in the context of international integration
Over the past time, Vietnam’s legal system on intellectual property (IP) has been built and regularly revised, forming a fundamental legal foundation to regulate issues related to intellectual property rights (IPRs) protection and enforcement. Today, in the face of the requirements of an increasingly intensive, extensive and comprehensive international integration process, it needs further improvements to ensure effective implementation of international commitments and promote the application of scientific and technological research outcomes to production and business, contributing to the national socio-economic development.
Creating institutional breakthroughs for development of science technology and innovation Creating institutional breakthroughs for development of science, technology and innovation
One of the strategic breakthrough issues identified by the 13th National Party Congress is the strong development of science, technology and innovation. Currently, in the context of safe, flexible adaptation to and effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is necessary to continue to make institutional breakthroughs for development of science, technology and innovation to create leapfrog changes in labor productivity, quality, efficiency and competitiveness, meeting the requirements of growth model renewal and economic recovery and development.
Law Revising the 2015 Statistics Law Law Revising the 2015 Statistics Law
The Law Amending a Number of Articles of, and Replacing the Appendix on the List of National Statistical Indicators to, the Statistics Law (the Revised Law) was passed last November and came into force on January 1 this year.

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