The newly-appointed government may look into liberalizing the entry of foreign direct investment in certain sectors like defense production and insurance as well as implement reforms on civil aviation policy.
Sarbanes-Oxley and U.S. Businesses in China
U.S. business operating in China must remain compliant with SOX, challenging them to design and maintain their internal control structure in an accounting and reporting environment that is early in its development and is rapidly changing.
CEPA VI Continues Economic Liberalization between Hong Kong and the Mainland
Officials from the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong signed the latest supplement to the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) last May to further ease economic activities between the two.
Vietnamese Enterprises to be Allowed to Set Share Price for Foreign Investors
Companies in Vietnam choosing to equitize shares will soon be allowed to set their own prices for preferred foreign investors instead of following the initial public offering average price.
Vietnamese Customs Department Announces Dutiable Price Database for Various Goods
The General Department of Customs in Vietnam announced a new price database for dutiable products imported into the country and guidelines on how to inspect declared values.
New Issue of India Briefing Looks at Foreign Investment
With a growing, educated and young workforce, India is the new Asian tiger, and investors with an eye on the region will be interested to see the sectors ripe for investment and industries that promise to lead the development of another Asian powerhouse economy.
United States is Vietnam
The United States has become the top foreign direct investor in Vietnam for the first eight months of the year with investments amounting close to US$4 billion according to the head of the statistics division of Vietnam