Continuing the series of “Doing business in Vietnam” published by Mazars Vietnam, the 2021 edition includes latest update and helpful insights for their effective investing decision on Vietnam market.
Vietnam is still a developing frontier market, therefore starting a business and establishing a foothold in Vietnam will have its challenges and intricacies. Especially in 2021, the global Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on business everywhere around the world, and Vietnam is no exception. Foreign companies investing and operating in Vietnam faced many challenges outside of normal operations. Although foreign investments continue to come to Vietnam, 2021 has been very challenging for foreign investors looking to start new businesses in Vietnam.
To ensure an organized and successful business entry in Vietnam, business leaders and investors entering and operating in the country for the first time should refer to a trusted Vietnam investment and business guide. Mazars’ “Doing business in Vietnam” serves as a factsheet with regular updates on relevant business information, such as investment incentives, legal structures, tax, labour, foreign exchange control, along with general information about the Vietnamese economy.
At Mazars, we understand how important sound advice is for the decision-making process when considering investing in a new country. This guide developed by our professionals will help you identify the challenges and opportunities you’ll encounter as you establish your profitable venture in Vietnam. The information contained in this document plays a role as useful references and should not be treated as a substitute for legal or professional advice.
Covered in this publication:
- Vietnam at a glance
- The economy of Vietnam
- Investment incentives and guarantees
- Business organisation available to foreigner
- Accounting and audit
- Labour and immigration
- Foreign exchange control
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