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Monday, September 26, 2022
Tags: CPTPP
Trade and legal disputes part of the game with UKVFTA Trade and legal disputes part of the game with UKVFTA
Vietnamese businesses must stay vigilant and do their homework to avoid trade and legal disputes in exporting to the UK to take full advantage of the United Kingdom-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, which officially went into effect last May, say industry experts and policymakers.
Domestic firms show strong capacity in making use of CPTPP Domestic firms show strong capacity in making use of CPTPP
Over three years since the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership took effect, Vietnam’s exports to member economies, especially Canada, Mexico and Peru have significantly increased, showing high adaptation capacity of domestic firms.
NA Chairman hosts JBIC leader NA Chairman hosts JBIC leader
Chairman of the National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue hosted a reception for the visiting Governor of Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), Maeda Tadashi, in Hanoi on July 22 during which the Vietnamese top legislator spoke highly of his guest’s recommendations for Vietnam in energy transition.
New regulations on bidding dossiers for packages governed by free trade agreements New regulations on bidding dossiers for packages governed by free trade agreements
The Ministry of Planning and Investment has recently issued two circulars detailing the compilation of bidding dossiers for packages ruled by the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA), the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).
Top legislators of Vietnam Mexico hold online talks Top legislators of Vietnam, Mexico hold online talks
Chairman of the National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue affirmed Vietnam’s wish to enhance traditional ties with Mexico during virtual talks with President of the Mexican Senate Olga Sanchez Cordero on July 18.
Realizing freedom of association under Vietnams legislation Realizing freedom of association under Vietnam’s legislation
The 2019 Labor Code, effective as of January 1, 2021, lays a foundation for development and implementation of the country’s industrial relations system, which is more consistent with the principles of the market economy and serves the country’s integration and strong development. The Code touches upon key principles for freedom of association and independent workers’ representative organizations, but there is an increasing concern that would not suffice, especially, in the context of Vietnam. This article examines key challenges to freedom of association in the country and explore future perspectives of the right to association.
Việt Nam calls for Asia to create peaceful sustainable environment for world prosperity Việt Nam calls for Asia to create peaceful, sustainable environment for world prosperity
Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh proposed that Asia strengthen its responsibility in keeping and creating a peaceful and sustainable environment for development and prosperity in the region and the world, while delivering a speech at the 27th International Conference on the Future of Asia (FOA 2022) in Tokyo on May 26.
CPTPP helps leverage Vietnam-Australia investment cooperation CPTPP helps leverage Vietnam-Australia investment cooperation
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership helps promote Vietnam-Australia cooperation in terms of trade and investment, the Cong Thuong (Industry and Trade) newspaper said, citing Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh.
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.
Ha Giang province: the land of flowers blooming on Karst rocks Ha Giang province: the land of flowers blooming on Karst rocks
Ha Giang province has considered prosperity and success of investors a measurement of its dynamism and development. The province has applied investment incentive policies, reformed administrative formalities, improved investment and business climate and supported business development so as to attract investment in the province’s three socio-economic development pillars - commercial agriculture, tourism and cross-border trade.

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