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 VietNamNet Bridge – The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV)'s Circular 19/2014/TT-NHNN (11 August 2014) guides foreign exchange control of foreign direct investment activities in Viet Nam such as contribution of investment capital,

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FDI inflows set to increase in 2014

 VietNamNet Bridge – The recovery of foreign direct investment will continue playing a critical role in bolstering Vietnam’s economic growth in 2014.

Vietnam’s economy has never been sustainable

 VietNamNet Bridge – The General Statistics Office (GSO) on Monday convened a press conference to announce the country’s socio-economic development in 2013. On the sidelines of the meeting,

Tax crackdown nets FDI enterprises

 VietNamNet Bridge – A tax management crackdown was thought to have resulted in higher tax contributions from foreign-invested enterprises.

State-owned enterprises top list of corporate tax payers

VietNamNet Bridge – State-owned enterprises continued to be the biggest tax contributors in this year's list of 1,000 largest corporate income tax payers in Viet Nam (V1000) at VND77 trillion (US$3.67 billion),

FDI enterprises must re-register operations

Some 2,900 enterprises out of 6,000 foreign-invested companies set up in accordance with the Foreign Investment Law had failed to renew their operations as regulated by the Enterprise Law 2005 as of May 31.

Workplace dialogue to minimise disputes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Enterprise owners are now required to hold a regular dialogue with their employees at least once every three months and organise an annual workers meeting to hear their opinions and discuss issues.

Laws lack implementation instructions

VietNamNet Bridge – Eight of 13 laws that took effect since the beginning of 2013 still have no decrees or circulars with instructions on how to implement them. This means that many promulgated laws will be implemented later than planned.

Foreign firms disallowed to buy coffee from farmers

Tussles between local and foreign coffee exporters in the past three to four years will come to an end on June 7 when foreign entities are banned from directly purchasing coffee from farmers and establishing coffee buying networks,