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Fees and charges make up growing shares in Vietnam state budget revenueicon

Fees and charges make up growing shares in Vietnam state budget revenue

BUSINESS
18/06/2020

Such increases have created a burden on the citizens, while multinationals are taking advantage of Vietnam’s incentive policies to avoid taxes.

Vietnam considers specific investment incentives to attract FDIicon

Vietnam considers specific investment incentives to attract FDI

BUSINESS
15/06/2020

Under the draft law, financial incentives would be given in three fields – corporate income tax, import/export tax; finance and land; and accelerated depreciation.

Transfer pricing among FDI firms in Vietnam at alarming rate: State Auditicon

Transfer pricing among FDI firms in Vietnam at alarming rate: State Audit

BUSINESS
10/06/2020

While FDI firms continue to report losses, they keep expanding operations in the country.

FIEs try to evade tax in Vietnamicon

FIEs try to evade tax in Vietnam

BUSINESS
28/05/2020

Vietnam plans to enact a law to fight against the transfer pricing tax in an effort to enforce transfer pricing rules more aggressively, according to Cao Anh Tuan, general director of the General Department of Taxation (GDT).

Transfer pricing focus in store for overseas-invested groupsicon

Transfer pricing focus in store for overseas-invested groups

BUSINESS
14/03/2020

The extent of economic restraints caused by COVID-19 now cannot be known, but the Vietnamese economy will not grow as was estimated until recently.

Aligning transfer pricing with international normsicon

Aligning transfer pricing with international norms

BUSINESS
20/02/2020

The growth of FIEs in Vietnam has recently raised increasingly complicated tax concerns. These problems arise primarily from the practical issues of determining the transaction price between FIEs and their related parties.

HCM City: many businesses fall into foreign handsicon

HCM City: many businesses fall into foreign hands

FEATURE
23/01/2020

There were 5,720 cases of foreign investors contributing capital or buying into Vietnamese enterprises in HCM City in 2019, which was 4.3 times higher than the number of FDI projects, according to the HCM City Planning and Investment Department.

Coca Cola forced to pay tax arrears, taxation agencies urged to find more violatorsicon

Coca Cola forced to pay tax arrears, taxation agencies urged to find more violators

BUSINESS
18/01/2020

Economists, applauding the decision to impose fines and force Coca Cola to pay tax arrears, totaling VND821 billion, said it is necessary to deal with foreign invested enterprises that evade tax and conduct transfer pricing.