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Aligning Vietnamese tax procedures with the world

Aligning Vietnamese tax procedures with the world

Vietnam is welcoming more investors and the country is witnessing an increase in foreign direct investment. However, legislation and taxation in the country are concerns for financiers with varying meanings in legal documents as well as in implementation.

Gojek, Grab seek to expand services in Vietnam

Gojek, Grab seek to expand services in Vietnam

Ride-hailing firms Grab and GoViet, a subsidiary of Indonesia's Gojek, have taken turns to announce plans to pump additional funding into expanding their services in Vietnam to win more riders in this fast growing market.

Public security minister affirms support for Google

Public security minister affirms support for Google

Minister of Public Security To Lam has affirmed that the ministry always welcomes and facillitates foreign enterprises, individuals and organisations, including Google, to do long-term business in Vietnam.

Vietjet cooperates with Google to double utility for travellers

Vietjet cooperates with Google to double utility for travellers

As a pioneering airline to cooperate with Google for Vietnam’s tourism promotion programme, Vietjet has announced a super promotion by offering 1,500,000 tickets priced only from 0 VND, applied to all international and domestic routes.

Quang Binh, Google partner to promote local tourism

Quang Binh, Google partner to promote local tourism

The Tourism Department of central Quang Binh province announced on June 25 that it is working with Google to launch a campaign popularising regional travel destinations on YouTube and Google Arts & Culture platform.

Vietnam exerts pressure on Google’s YouTube advertisers

Vietnam exerts pressure on Google’s YouTube advertisers

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC)’ Authority of Broadcasting and Electronic Information (ABEI) has ordered tens of domestic and foreign brands to not advertise on video clips that contain anti-State propaganda on YouTube, a video-sharing platform.