Update news foreign firms
Four foreign companies have registered trademark protection for Vietnam’s ST25 rice in the U.S., which may choke off Vietnamese food exporters tapping the market later,
Local producers must prepare to meet the requirements of foreign direct investment (FDI) companies to participate in the global supply chains, a top official has said.
Vietnam is expected to see a new foreign direct investment (FDI) wave as more foreign companies plan to move investment into the country.
E-wallets are believed to be a very promising business field in Vietnam, but the market is now controlled by foreign firms.
VietNamNet Bridge – National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan yesterday (July 14) hosted a reception for Danish Ambassador Charlotte Laursen and outgoing Swedish Ambassador Camilla Mellander.
At present, it is difficult to say with certainty what constitutes a foreign invested enterprise under Vietnamese laws. Some legislation currently in effect suggests that any amount of foreign ownership constitutes a foreign invested company.
VietNamNet Bridge – The 2015 scheduled establishment of ASEAN Economic Community together with the implementation of World Trade Organization commitments and other bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements will completely help Vietnam
VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign firms are showing huge interest in Vietnam’s lucrative livestock production sector, the Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) reported.
VietNamNet Bridge - Businesses affected by the disturbances in Ha Tinh, Binh Duong and Dong Nai will have their taxes and land rents waived, reduced or deferred, and receive other assistance, at the request of PM Nguyen Tan Dung.
The People’s Procuracy in Nhon Trach and Trang Bom district and Bien Hoa city, in Dong Nai, approved the decision to prosecute two additional public disorder cases, with an additional 39 defendants prosecuted and temporarily detained.
In a dispatch issued on Monday, the Minister of Finance asked the tax and customs authorities and the local departments of finance to swiftly support local businesses that were damaged in the disturbances in Binh Duong and Ha Tinh provinces.