Latest News about legal framework
To minimize risks as the real estate market has decelerated, investors have been told not to pour all their money into one project.
The number of properties bought by foreigners in Vietnam remains modest.
Tighter regulations are needed to ensure good quality water is sourced for years to come.
Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and Cabinet Secretary of the Kenyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monica Juma agreed on measures to enhance ties between the two countries during their talks in Hanoi yesterday.
State management agencies need to remove legal barriers that are no longer suitable and allow sharing economy models instead of prohibiting them, economists say.
As less than 10 FIEs have been listed on the local stock exchanges during the past 16 years, it is becoming an urgent need to overhaul the legal framework in the field as more and more investors set foot in Vietnam.
In the absence of suitable legal framework, Vietnamese start-ups are struggling to secure much-needed capital while investment funds have difficulties navigating the country’s numerous regulatory barriers, said fund managers and policy researchers.
The Prime Minister has given instructions to fight against origin fraud and illegal transshipment to protect brands and the prestige of Vietnamese goods.
The Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) has grown over the last 10 years and become more transparent, attracting increased interest from investors.
Nguyen Tuan Anh, a standing member of the National Assembly Committee on Science, Technology and Environment, talks to Vietnam News Agency about how to make best use of e-government to speed up administrative reform.