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Client Update: Work Permits, TRC’s and Visas in Vietnam with Covid-19

 

In recent weeks, in combination with the effective closure of Vietnam’s borders for foreign individuals, there has been concern and confusion with how Work Permits, Temporary Resident Cards and Visas are being processed for foreign individuals in Vietnam. Those with expiring documents have been most concerned and frustrated with the current situation in Vietnam.

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‘Advance in Vietnam’ Episode 2: Registering a foreign owned company in Vietnam. How does it work?

 

In the second Episode of “Advance in Vietnam” Podcast Series, Vlad Savin is discussing with Matthew Lourey, Managing Partner at Domicile Corporate Services the most important questions investors ask when registering a foreign owned company in Vietnam, covering the main steps to obtain the needed certificates, and explaining in detail what are the key processes and procedures.

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Client Alert, March 2020: Labour Implications in Vietnam with Covid-19

 

The impacts of Covid-19 continue to be felt globally, with businesses in Vietnam being effected by downturns across many sectors. As part of the planning on how to manage business continuity and control costs, understanding the rights and responsibilities with respect to employment and staff is essential. 

Below, we look at some of the key issues facing businesses in Vietnam with respect to labour management in light of Covid-19. 

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Client Alert, March 2020: Proposed Vietnam Tax Support - Covid-19

 

On 11 March 2020, the Ministry of Finance issued a draft Decree to defer certain tax payments to support businesses that are effected are impacted by Covid-19. The final draft is intended to be submitted to the Government for approval shortly, after feedback and comments have been sought from the community.

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Vietnam Tax & Accounting Update March 2020

 

This March 2020 publication of Tax and Accounting Updates looks at a Decree amending Business License Tax payments, along with our regular review of recent Official Letters released by Tax Authorities and similar agencies.

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‘Advance in Vietnam’ Episode 1: Why is Chief Accountant a critical role within a Vietnamese organisation?

 

In the first Episode of “Advance in Vietnam” Podcast Series, Vlad Savin is discussing with Matthew Lourey, Managing Partner at Domicile Corporate Services about the role, responsibilities and functions of one of the most important statutory positions in a Vietnamese corporation from a compliance perspective: the Chief Accountant.

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Restrictions and Conditional Provisions for Foreign Investors in Vietnam

 

As globalisation advances, Vietnam is increasingly recognised as an attractive and feasible destination for foreign investors to expand or establish operations. Although Vietnam is generally open and welcoming for foreign investment, investors are often unaware of restrictions and licensing requirements that can exist within Vietnam’s legal framework.

In this article, we delve into and explore conditions, restrictions and provisions regarding licenses and business lines attributed to foreign invested entities in Vietnam.

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Vietnam Personal Income Tax Guide 2020

 

Domicile's 2020 Guide to Vietnam Personal Income Tax is designed to assist Tax Resident and Non-Tax Resident individuals understand their personal tax obligations in Vietnam

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