A daily trading limit for individual e-wallets would be set at 20 million VND (860 USD) and 100 million VND per month, according to a draft circular from the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) recently made public for comment.
A newly-issued circular on foreign exchange management is expected to promote border trade between Vietnam and China.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) is drafting a circular on a pilot programme for electronic medical records in a bid to save time and money for both doctors and patients.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers held a discussion on May 3 to look into bailiff services in Vietnam and France’s experience in this field.
Passengers taking domestic flights in Vietnam can now carry liquids, aerosols and gels on their flights, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) announced.
The Construction Ministry is drafting a circular about the classification of apartment buildings, which is drawing mixed opinions from both experts and developers.
Property brokers must pass examinations to get certificates to practise, according to Circular 11/2015/TT-BXD issued by the Ministry of Construction recently.
Traffic police will be able to stop and search vehicles, and check their papers and the people travelling in them from February 15.
Vietnamese authorities have issued a new circular that promulgates the duties, powers, and content of the patrol and inspection of traffic police in the country.
The new circular from the Ministry of Finance, providing guidance on trading rules for unlisted securities, is expected to improve the transparency of public companies and better protect investors' interests.
New Circular regulates the issuing of work permits to Vietnamese people abroad and foreign experts in science and technology.
An internal affairs commission in southern Vietnam has offered to buy information on corruption both from home and abroad at prices subject to its value in a new effort to combat the misconduct.
State Bank of Vietnam Deputy Governor Nguyen Thi Hong has affirmed the need for Circular 36, saying the regulations would help the Vietnamese banking sector develop more safely.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has issued a circular, which will be effective on February 14, to regulate the opening and usage of foreign currency accounts to serve direct investment activities in other countries, the Vietnam Government Portal reported on January 8.
The Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD) and the Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation to develop financial services in Vietnam, especially in fund service.
Banks wanting to list shares on the nation's stock exchange will be required to satisfy tighter requirements on bank management, under a Circular issued by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
A circular issued by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) on February 27 says all foreign credit organizations and bank branches will be allowed to carry out foreign currency transactions with SBV if they meet the following conditions: