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Friday, August 19, 2022
Tags: Resolution 19
Government proposes delay to submission of draft amended Land Law to NA Government proposes delay to submission of draft amended Land Law to NA
The Government has proposed a delay to a submission of the draft Law on Land (amended) to the National Assembly until the Party Central Committee issues directions on reforms of land-related policies and laws.
Extended producer responsibility: review of 15 years implementation and solutions for mandatory application Extended producer responsibility: review of 15 years’ implementation and solutions for mandatory application
Regulations on extended producer responsibility (EPR) have been enacted in Vietnam since 2014. However, their implementation seems to be ineffective. This article reviews the implementation of EPR regulations over the past 15 years and introduces solutions for making such regulations mandatory for producers and importers.
Land law and policies should ensure harmonious interests of State people businesses: PM Land law and policies should ensure harmonious interests of State, people, businesses: PM
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on February 14 chaired the fourth meeting of the national steering committee for reviewing the implementation of Resolution No. 19-NQ/TW issued by the 11th Party Central Committee on reforming the land law and policies.
Legislation on house ownership by foreigners: inadequacies and recommendations for improvement Legislation on house ownership by foreigners: inadequacies and recommendations for improvement
The 2014 Housing Law has new provisions for foreigners to own homes in Vietnam, making a breakthrough in attracting foreigners to work and live in the country. However, the applied term of house ownership for foreigners produces some negative effects that the law fails to anticipate. This article points out inadequacies in the regime of Vietnam-based house ownership by foreigners and gives recommendations for improvement.
More transparent provisions on customs procedures for imports More transparent provisions on customs procedures for imports
The Prime Minister on June 27 approved Decision 23, revising the list of imports subject to customs procedures at import border gates specified under Decision 15 of 2017.
Stronger business environment is Governments priority in 2019 Stronger business environment is Government’s priority in 2019
Resolution No 19 on the improvement of business environment has been implemented for five years and has gained a lot of success. The Government is planning to carry a further reform on this issue next year, setting major tasks and solutions to implement the socio-economic development and State budget for 2019.
Measures sought to raise efficiency of competitiveness improvement Measures sought to raise efficiency of competitiveness improvement
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has recently chaired a meeting in Hanoi to review five years of implementing Resolution 19 regarding the enhancement of the business environment and national competitiveness, as well as measures to boost its efficiency in 2019.
Vietnam looks to further better business climate Vietnam looks to further better business climate
There remain many difficulties in the implementation of different versions of Resolution 19 on improving the business environment and national competitiveness over the past four years, particularly unequal participation of different ministries, sectors and localities and delay in the implementation of tasks and solutions.
Five thousand administrative procedures cut since 2017 Five thousand administrative procedures cut since 2017
Since the beginning of 2017, 5,000 administrative procedures and 24 conditional business lines have been trimmed, with another 3,000 business conditions on the chopping block, the Vietnamese Government said recently.
Vietnams competition policy: current problems and proposed solutions Vietnam’s competition policy: current problems and proposed solutions
The past 30 years of renewal sees Vietnam liberalizes and expands its domestic market while step by step integrating into the world economy. As a result, different types of markets in the economy have increasingly developed and improved.

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