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.
Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) issued regulation BKPM Reg 6/2020, which pertains to the submission of investment activity reports (LKPM) by foreign companies.
Vietnam’s VNIPO issued Notice 13822, providing new requirements for legal representatives of IP applicants/owners to sign documents on their behalf.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade issued Reg 59/2020 in June 2020 that limits the number of industries allowed to import manufactured goods.
Thailand’s government approved new amendments to the country’s Civil and Commercial Code (CCC) aimed at improving the business climate.
Indonesia issues new criteria for businesses to receive licenses for the distribution of cosmetic products.