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CPTPP to shape ­future direction for businesses

CPTPP to shape ­future direction for businesses

Vietnam’s National Assembly is scheduled to adopt the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) on November 12. Raymond Mallon, economic advisor from the Australia-Vietnam economic reform programme, provides in-depth analysis on the deal and what it means to businesses in Vietnam.

Regulations needed to improve monitoring of SOEs

Regulations needed to improve monitoring of SOEs

Vietnam should establish specific regulations to enhance the efficiency of monitoring mechanism of the agency representing the owner at State-owned enterprises (SOEs) during the shake-up process of the businesses.

Revived TPP will benefit its members without US

Revived TPP will benefit its members without US

While rumours circulate of the US potentially re-joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, renamed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, the UK has also recently expressed wishes to have its name added to the pact.

12 becomes 11, and the TPP finds a way forward

12 becomes 11, and the TPP finds a way forward

With the US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the remaining 11 nations have decided to develop the pact into another version named the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.