The government issued Decision No. 10/2021/QD-TTg which details criteria for identifying hi-tech businesses.
An official company seal or chop is used for legally authorizing documentation issued by companies, or agencies.
Once a foreign investor has decided on Vietnam as a location to establish operations, the next significant step is identifying where and how to obtain land for their business.
Understand the step-by-step process once companies meet the basic requirements for remitting profits in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s Law on Competition focuses on competition restraining agreements, market dominance, economic concentration, and unfair practices.
Vietnam’s labor market varies across the country and can prove challenging for first-time investors.
A trading company is an ideal choice for companies looking to engage in import and export activities as well as domestic distribution.
We investigate Vietnam’s fast-evolving garment and textile industry – its development, growth, and opportunities for investors.
Vietnam’s Bin Dinh province approved the construction of an industrial zone (IZ) in 2020. The IZ will be spread out over 1,000 hectares and will be constructed within 10 years.
Vietnam’s energy consumption will continue to grow as the economy recovers from the pandemic-induced downturn.