Mazars in Vietnam present its updated guide for anyone looking to do business in Vietnam with the latest developments in investment incentives, business structures available to foreigners, tax, labour and foreign exchange controls as well as general information about Vietnam and its economy.
The guide is intended as an overview of general topics of interest to anyone looking to do business in Vietnam including items such as investment incentives, business structures available to foreign investment, tax, labour and foreign exchange controls as well as general information about Vietnam and its economy.
“Mazars Vietnam is delighted to announce the publication of Doing Business in Vietnam 2017 which is available in digital format” comments Managing Partner Jean-Marc Deschamps. “Whilst not intended as formal advice, this guide provides commentary on many of the issues to be addressed when considering commencing any business activity in Vietnam. This publication is another step in our continuous work to support foreign investment in Vietnam and to provide transparent information to prospective investor or already established businesses. Producing this is a great example of our multi-disciplinary teams working together to create a seamless and useful publication.”
Doing Business in Vietnam 2017 has been prepared for the assistance of those interested in doing business in Vietnam. It does not cover exhaustively the subjects it treats, but it is intended to answer some of the important broad questions that may arise. When specific issues arise in practice, it will often be necessary to consider the relevant laws and regulations and to obtain appropriate professional advice.
The full guide in English is available for downloads as below.
Mazars Guide to Doing business in Vietnam 2017 [ENG]
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Jean Marc Deschamps Managing Partner - Ho Chi Minh City
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