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Government regulations in the industry demand disclosure and transparency, and prohibit anti-competitive practices.
The Law on Telecommunications aims to create a more transparent environment for the Vietnamese telecommunications sector.
Vietnam has specific rules to identify documents that must be preserved and the periods for which they must be preserved.
This Manual is intended to be an easy desk-top reference for any person who wants to understand Vietnam's labor laws.
The rules describe tax obligations of foreign entities and individuals who do business in or receive income from Vietnam.
By Hang Mai, Dao Hong Diu
The IBA Forum is an internet-based network assisting lawyers in dealing with responsibilities regarding AML legislation.
This article is a brief discussion of the legal framework for telecommunications and postal activities in Vietnam.
The article discusses regulation of franchising, which is well suited to Vietnam's strong culture of entrepreneurship.
The paper outlines the regulations governing the entry and immigration of expatriates to work for any entity in Vietnam.
Understanding Vietnamese laws and regulations concerning food can be a challenge. The confusion results from the lack of a unified food law. Instead, the government relies primarily on laws which regulate the quality of goods in general. There are also specific regulations that apply these laws to food products. This means that there are two sets of regulations, one covering goods in general, and the other covering food products, and they often overlap.
Understanding Vietnamese laws and regulations concerning food can be a challenge. The confusion results from the lack of a unified food law. Instead, the government relies primarily on laws which regulate the quality of goods in general. There are also specific regulations that apply these laws to food products. This means that there are two sets of regulations, one covering goods in general, and the other covering food products, and they often overlap.
Understanding Vietnamese laws and regulations concerning food can be a challenge. The confusion results from the lack of a unified food law. Instead, the government relies primarily on laws which regulate the quality of goods in general. There are also specific regulations that apply these laws to food products. This means that there are two sets of regulations, one covering goods in general, and the other covering food products, and they often overlap.
Part 13 is a summary of the agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement).
Increasing demand for IPR protection and requirements of the BTA and WTO have brought some positive action in Vietnam.
This Chapter highlights several basic concepts of law that govern workplace relationships and employment conditions.
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