Tax reform

Update news Tax reform

Taxes on land and housing in Vietnam are far lower than those in other countries, exposing the need for higher tax rates to improve fiscal revenues.

Vietnam steps up tax reforms

Vietnam is sparing no efforts to implement tax reform measures along with the application of information technology in tax administration to disclose budget information, 

Vietnam can be a leader in tax reform: Oxfam

Vietnam has the potential to become a leader in tax reform, said Johan Langerock, tax policy expert of Oxfam at the Vietnam Fiscal Policy and Development Forum 2019, which opened in Hanoi on November 13.

Tax cuts reduce the burden for enterprises

Dau Anh Tuan, head of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Legal Division, speaks newspaper on the Government’s decision to reduce the corporate tax for enterprises – good news for small- and medium-sized enterprises nationwide.


Tax reform too slow: official

VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Director of the Department of Business Environment and Competitiveness of the Central Institute for Economic Management, Nguyen Minh Thao, spoke to the Hai Quan newspaper about Viet Nam’s tax and insurance reforms.

Vietnam strives for big tax reform

 Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh said every province strives to implement an e-tax service to cut tax declaration procedural times to 171 hours per year in 2015.


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