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Update news new regulations

In April, many new policies will take effect. 

Investors return to condotel market, with caution

Investors have once again shown interest in condotels as the legal issues for this kind of real estate product have been clarified. However, the market remains cool.

Decree sets age limit for imported used aircraft

The age of second-hand aircraft imported into Vietnam is among new regulations in the Government’s Decree 89/2019/ND-CP.

New regulations in offshore fishing hinder fishermen

Thousands of fishing boats have been grounded due to new of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) regulations.

Banks race against time to sell debts

Banks now queue up for their turns to sell bad debts to the Vietnam Asset Management Company. They need to “clean up the balance sheet” by the time when the circular on classifying bad debts according to international standards takes effects.

Same-sex marriage fine to be taken off in Vietnam

 Vietnam will abolish the fine imposed on same-sex marriage from November 11 2013.

New regulations on asset and income transparency

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Government has promulgated a new decree on asset and income transparency, targeting nine groups of applicable subjects.  

New regulations set on foreign retail network expansion

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign retailers will have to do Economic Needs Test (ENT) on the basis of the population density of a district rather than a city or province when they want to open the second outlet onwards.

New regulations manage pharmaceutical industry

VietNamNet Bridge – On March 29, 2013, the Ministry of Health issued Circular No10/2013/TT-BYT amending and supplementing a number of articles of Circular No02/2007/TT-BYT on conditions for the drugs business.

US gun sales soar as owners fear new regulations

 US firearm sales have sky-rocketed since the Newtown school massacre, as debate over gun control rages and enthusiasts fear certain assault weapons and high-capacity magazines could be banned.