Vietnam is one of the top destinations for foreign investment in Southeast Asia, in particular, for ‘China plus one’ investors.
Vietnam has emerged as an ideal alternative manufacturing destination to China for US businesses, in part due to the US-China trade war and disrupted supply chains due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Vietnam is currently undergoing economic and demographic transformations that provide great potential for its healthcare industry.
Vietnam’s government has allowed selected international visitors to enter the country provided they meet the necessary requirements.
The first protocol to amend the ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP) between Japan and five members of ASEAN, came into effect.
Vietnam Briefing highlights Vietnam’s strong economy and its forecast strong growth after COVID-19 as discussed in ADB’s Asian Development Outlook 2020.
Vietnam Briefing discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects it is having on supply chains in Vietnam.
The government will issue incentives in the form of tax breaks for businesses impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Foreign-owned enterprises and representative offices are obligated to have their annual statements audited.
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