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State Audit of Vietnam to audit VND350 trillion aid package

The State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) will audit a relief package worth some VND350 trillion for the country’s economic recovery and development in 2023.

NA Standing Committee has five new members

The National Assembly (NA) adopted a resolution on the election of members to the 14th NA’s Standing Committee during its ongoing 11th sitting on the afternoon of April 6.

Audit regulator announces inspection plans for 2020

The State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) will scrutinize 16 ministries and central agencies; 40 provincial-level governments; and a number of financial institutions, banks and State-owned firms next year.


National Assembly to erase VND16.4 trillion in late tax fines

The National Assembly (NA) on November 26 approved the Government’s erasing nearly VND16.4 trillion in fines for late tax payments from taxpayers who cannot afford to pay their taxes.


Top audit regulator may look into debt-laden banks next year

National Assembly deputies have called on the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) to inspect three debt-laden banks that were earlier taken over by the State Bank of Vietnam, according to NA Secretary Nguyen Hanh Phuc.

NA debates granting State Audit access to businesses and organisations' electronic data

Auditor General Ho Duc Pho told National Assembly (NA) deputies “not to worry not too much” about leakages when electronic data of the audited organisations and individuals become readily accessible by the State Audit of Vietnam.

Standing Committee talks gets underway

 VietNamNet Bridge – A resolution on "vote of confidence" procedures relating to officials elected or approved by the National Assembly or People's Councils is expected to be adopted at the 14th meeting of the NA Standing Committee,