VCN - The Government issued Resolution on continuing to implement the major tasks and improving the business environment and enhance national competitiveness
VCN- In 2017, tax reform will meet the expectation of taxpayers, and be appreciated by the international community.
VCN- The Director General of the General Department of Vietnam Customs has decided to issue the Plan on Administrative Reform for 2017.
VCN- On the morning of 6th January 2017, the Ministry of Finance held a meeting to study and publicize Central Resolution 4.
Legislators eye a recovery after the economy cooled off in the first half of 2016 due to severe weather conditions.
VCN- The results have been quite positive and expected to complete 100% of the plan set out after nearly 3 months of implementation of Resolution No. 60/NQ-CP on the responsibilities ...
Approximately half a year since the official issuance of Government Resolution 35 / NQ-CP on the support and development of enterprises by the year 2020
VCN- The Deputy Director General, Mr. Vu Ngoc Anh, some units under the General Department of Vietnam Customs, and the leaders and officers of the Customs Control and Supervision Department ...
VCN- At the meeting, the leaders of two ministries discussed many issues on the simplification of administrative procedures, facilitating businesses and citizens
VCN- The PAR Index has continued to increase over 4 years, proving that the operations of public administration reform have been well implemented
VCN- The Ministry of Finance will apply a 10% tax on the income of the enterprises investing in the renovation of old condominiums in the period 2017-2020
VCN- In particular, the Ministry of Finance was ranked the second of 19 ministries on administrative reform.
VCN- The Ministry of Finance has proposed 11 Ministries to aggressively carry out amendment and supplement of 73 legal documents
Scrutiny of business and investment laws is needed to adjust or remove incompatible regulations to serve the long term development of enterprises
The government has promulgated Resolution No. 41/NQ-CP to determine some tax policies to promote the development and application of information technology (IT) in Vietnam.