Regarding projects that need land support from the State, investors should firstly think of securing the project implementation by escrow or credit guarantee. Decree 31/2020/NĐ-CP (“Decree 31”) continues to set the legal framework for this matter with some new points compared to the previous regulations.
Desiring a favorable space and resources to develop potential projects, the investors always expect "fine and dandy" incentives from the state. Following to the changes of the Law on Investment 2020, Decree No. 31/2021/ND-CP (“Decree 31”)
The Fourth Wave of the Covid-19 Epidemic has been creeping from silently to blatantly in the community, including production and working spaces of many enterprises, causing damage to business results as well as the health of workers. Facing with the existential danger from this invisible enemy
Whenever asking for credit loan is each headachy time for both enterprises and banks due to requirement of security measures as well as the lag of law in comparison with the effervescent but risky and complicated reality of capital mobilization.
The doorstep of 2021 also opens a new chapter for investment activities of public-private partnership (PPP) in Vietnam. Following the first Law on PPP, path and opportunities for investors continue to be clarified by the Government through Decree 28/2021/ND-CP (“Decree 28”)
Changes of law usually make enterprises and State authorities confuse during the course of adapting to new regulations which are still strange. Therefore, transitional provisions in recently effective Decree 31/2021/ND-CP (“Decree 31”), together with Law on Investment 2020 replacing Law on Investment 2014
Because of its popularity and prosperity, it is understandable that cross border e-commerce has become the “target” of tax authorities. Accordingly, the Law on Tax Administration 2019 and Decree No. 126/2020/ND-CP, which took effect recently