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Friday, July 10, 2020
Tags: trade policies
Early warning system for trade remedy to be developed Early warning system for trade remedy to be developed
By 2025, Vietnam will develop an early warning system for trade remedy, according to Prime Minister Decision 316/QD-TTg dated March 8.
PM requests mitigating economic impact from coronavirus outbreak

PM requests mitigating economic impact from coronavirus outbreak

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked departments and agencies to immediately take measures to mitigate economic impact from the novel coronavirus outbreak, during the government’s monthly meeting in Hanoi on February 5.

Bringing rules on import and export duties in line with signed FTAs Bringing rules on import and export duties in line with signed FTAs
As scheduled, the draft revised Law on Import Duty and Export Duty will be submitted to the National Assembly for passage at the year-end session. The draft Law contains many new provisions aiming to build a healthy economic environment, facilitate production and export activities, and implement international commitments. This article introduces the most important contents of this draft.
Commercial Law needs revising: experts Commercial Law needs revising: experts
The 2005 Commercial Law should be revised to prevent smuggling and trade fraud, experts said at a workshop to review the Law’s implementation, held on October 16 in Hanoi.
Decree No. 219/2013/ND-CP of December 26 2013 Decree No. 219/2013/ND-CP of December 26, 2013
Policy digest November 2013 Policy digest November 2013
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has proposed increase in import duty rates for 462 product lines, especially those which can be produced domestically, in a move that could provide a considerable boost to domestic production and rein in the country’s trade deficit.
FTA with EU to benefit economy FTA with EU to benefit economy
A future free trade agreement (FTA) between Vietnam and the European Union (EU) would greatly benefit the Vietnamese economy, deputy director of the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s Multilateral Trade Policies Department, Le Quang Lan said at a seminar on July 8 in Hanoi held by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Workshop explores WTO rules Workshop explores WTO rules
Vietnamese officials and experts participated on August 4 in a workshop to acquire knowledge and discuss experience in the implementation of WTO procedures.
A promise fulfilled Vietnam meets commitments of WTO membership A promise fulfilled Vietnam meets commitments of WTO membership
At its regular April meeting, in evaluating the results of Vietnam’s two years of membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Government acknowledged that the country was now confronted by new challenges.
Taking out the guesswork: Making administrative procedures consistent and predictable Taking out the guesswork: Making administrative procedures consistent and predictable
With Vietnam’s accession to the WTO, its rules have become binding on Vietnamese individuals and organizations, save exceptions and reservations which Vietnam is allowed to enjoy in the capacity as a developing country with a transitional economy.

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