Tin Pháp lý
Jun 04 2009
Cloth, construction material, printer, steel and cast iron, gemstone, aircraft engine and hundreds of other commodity groups imported from Japan will enjoy the preferential duty of 0 percent till the end of March 2012. 
Jun 03 2009
The services of airline, shipping, cargo loading and transportation contracts on international routes will be levied with VAT exemption instead of the current 5-10 percent as from this July, according to a decision signed by Ministry of Finance. 
Jun 02 2009
Ministry of Industry and Trade's Competitive Management Department yesterday announced that Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) decided to impose the initial anti-dumping tariff on non-absorbent rubber 
Jun 02 2009
The trade and industry ministry's newly-issued circular regulating some articles of Decree 107/2008/ND-CP on administrative fines for speculation, excessive increase of prices
Jun 01 2009
Ministry of Finance yesterday announced issuing the decision of cutting down the import tariff on FO oil from 35 percent to 30 percent. The new tariff will be applied on customs declaration from June 5. 
May 28 2009
A representative from Ministry of Finance reported that after two years of WTO entry, Vietnam has cut down 1,800 tariff lines according to WTO commitments. 
May 28 2009
A representative from Ministry of Finance reported that after two years of WTO entry, Vietnam has cut down 1,800 tariff lines according to WTO commitments. 
May 26 2009
VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has stated that it will not lower or adjust the luxury tax rates applied to cars with nine and fewer seats. The statement was the official reply to the proposal Toyota Vietnam had put forward. 
May 21 2009
VietNamNet Bridge - Speaking to the National Assembly (NA) on May 22 about the law-building agenda in 2010, NA Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu said the NA will focus on issuing laws to prevent economic slowdown and inflation
May 21 2009
VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has stated that it will not lower or adjust the luxury tax rates applied to cars with nine and fewer seats. The statement was the official reply to the proposal Toyota Vietnam had put forward.
May 14 2009
The finance ministry has added thousands of goods items into the list of goods, of which value added tax (VAT) is halved to 5 percent from 5 percent. 
May 14 2009
The State Securities Commission, which regulates the stock markets, will delay introduction of short-selling of stocks, according to a commission official.
May 12 2009
All enterprises locating in expanded Hanoi will enjoy the fee exemption when registering the business certificate according to the Finance Ministry's regulations.
May 11 2009
The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association (VAMA) has asked the government to roll back a recent hike in luxury tax until the end of 2010 or until car sales rebound. 
May 07 2009
Ministry of Finance has issued Circular No 86/2009/TT-BTC modifying some clauses of Circular No 155/2007/TT-BTC and Circular No 156/2007/TT-BTC
May 06 2009
Vice minister of finance Do Hoang Tuan Anh signed and issued Circular No 85/2009/TT-BTC guiding the implementation of the prime minister's Decision No 58/2009/TT-BTC
May 04 2009
The government Friday halved the automobile registration fee to 5-6 percent of the vehicle price in an effort to boost sales and help automakers cope with the economic slump. 
Apr 27 2009
State Bank of Vietnam last week issued a decision on listing and transaction of US dollar G-bonds on Hanoi Securities Trading Centre (HASTC) with the registration procedures similar to G-bonds in dong. 
Apr 21 2009
Prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved lower taxes on the sale of various goods from next month to boost the economy, a move analysts estimate will cost the government about 1.5 trillion dong
Apr 21 2009
The Vietnamese government is considering easing property ownership restrictions for nationals who live abroad to enable them to buy as much real estate as they want. 


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