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.
Trademarks, certification marks, collective marks, and service marks in Thailand are protected by the Trademark Act (No.3) B.E.2559 (2017).
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.
A trading company is an ideal choice for companies looking to engage in import and export activities as well as domestic distribution.
Foreign investors must have a clear understanding of how Intellectual Property (IP) laws operate in Vietnam and what possible recourses are available.
The Vietnamese government has streamlined the merger and acquisition (M&A) process to encourage new investments.
Bank Indonesia issued Regulation No.22/23/PBI/2020, which aims to structure the regulatory framework of the country’s payment systems.