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Under the current PIT law, pho sellers and taxi motorbike taxi drivers have to pay tax.

As Uber leaves, ride hailing apps enter new period

VietNamNet Bridge - Uber, Grab and Easy Taxi spent big money to fight for market share in Vietnam. But after five years, two of them have left the playing field.

Incorrectly licensed taxis in Hanoi to face fines

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi authorities are planning a campaign to crack down on thousands of taxis that have licences from other provinces but operate in the city,

Lack of toilets leave public uncomfortable

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lack of public toilets and their low quality is a pressing issue concerning both local people and tourists coming to Ha Noi.

France cracks down on Uber service after protests

 France's interior minister has ordered a ban on the low-cost car-sharing service UberPOP after a day of nationwide protests by taxi drivers.

Taxi cab robberies become violent

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi Police have issued a warning to taxi drivers about a spate of violent robberies in the first two months of this year.

Hanoi gears up for Tet traffic surge

VietNamNet Bridge – Traffic police will be deployed in greater numbers at congestion hotspots and pressed into service round-the-clock on key days in order to ensure order and road safety in and around the capital city during the Tet holiday.

VN offers apology to overcharged foreign tourists, and what’s next?

Hanoi’s authorities have requested relevant branches to take urgent actions to eliminate pickpockets, vendors. The promise is the debt.

Hanoi moves to tackle increasing tourist scams

 VietNamNet Bridge – After reports of foreign tourists being overcharged by taxi drivers and hotel employees, the city plans to work harder to prevent scams,