In this issue of Vietnam Briefing we detail the structure of Vietnam’s investment landscape and outline of the most prudent market entry models for foreign enterprises seeking to take advantage of ongoing reforms. We highlight opportunities for 100 percent foreign owned investment projects, discuss the utility of representative offices in pursuing market expansion, and showcase the role that joint ventures can play in maximizing access to restricted sectors.
This edition of Tax, Accounting, and Audit in Vietnam, updated for 2017, offers a comprehensive overview of the major taxes foreign investors are likely to encounter when establishing or operating a business in Vietnam, as well as other tax-relevant obligations. This concise, detailed, yet pragmatic guide is ideal for CFOs, compliance officers and heads of accounting who must navigate Vietnam’s complex tax and accounting landscape in order to effectively manage and strategically plan their Vietnam operations.
This table shows the preferential tax rates and exemptions for enterprises investing in Vietnam's government-encouraged sector-category A.
This table shows the Special Consumption Tax (SCT) rates for specific goods and services in Vietnam.
This table shows Personal Income Tax (PIT) rate variation according to resident taxpayer income in Vietnam.
In this presentation DSA's Senior Associate Oscar Mussons discusses the role of SMEs in the development of the transportation infrastructure, with a particular focus on Vietnam's.
In questo numero di Vietnam Briefing delineiamo la struttura di base delle norme contabili in vigore, approfondiamo il tema dei principi contabili vietnamiti esistenti evidenziando le differenze esistenti con i principi contabili internazionali. Infine, il nostro esperto contabile fornisce alcune preziose informazioni per assicurarsi di rispettare le norme vietnamite.