Recently, Circular no. 66/2019/TT-BTC dated September 20th, 2019 amending, supplementing to guidelines on electronic transaction relating to taxation promulgated by Ministry of Finance shall enter into force on November 9th, 2019, with below information:
Certificate of Origin (C/O): new provision to be granted the special preferential tariff (under CPTPP)
Circular 62/2019/TT-BTC promulgated by the Ministry of Finance dated September 5th, 2019 on amendment and supplement to Circular 38/2018/TT-BTC prescribing determination of the origin of goods to be granted the special preferential tariff, which entered into force on October 21st, 2019.
The Ministry of Finance has promulgated Circular no. 68/2019/TT-BTC (“Circular 68”) dated 30th of September, 2019 guiding on the implementation of Decree no 119/2018/ND-CP about the e-invoice upon selling goods and providing services, which is entering into force on the 14th of November, 2019.
New regulation on the imposition of administrative penalties under the scope of competitive law (part 2): increase of penalties and addition of mitigations
The capped penalties applicable to the violations on competitive restriction agreement, abuse of dominant position, monopolization, remains at the rate of 10% of total income of violating enterprise;
New regulation on the imposition of administrative penalties under the scope of competitive law (part 1)
The Decree recently dated 26th of September, 2019, no. 75/2019/ND-CP (“Decree 75”) regulating the imposition of penalties for violations against law on competition, will enter into effect on 1st of December, 2019.
Circular 05/2018/TT-BKHDT promulgated by the Ministry of Planning and Investment took effect on 1st of September 2019, and regulated that The E-bid evaluation period will last no longer than 45 days from the bid opening date to the date on which the Procuring Entity requests the Investor to approve the results of bidder selection.