Vietnam

This edition of Frasers newsletter reports on the following:

  1. New Circular guiding the restrictions on the use of foreign exchange in Vietnam;
  2. New Circular implementing Decree 63 on Public Private Partnerships;
  3. Draft amendment to the Decree on management, provision and utilization of radio and television services;
  4. New Circular regulating lending in foreign currencies to borrowers;
  5. Proposed new laws which are going to be considered and/or enacted by the May session of the National Assembly; and
  6. Draft Law amending provisions of the Law on Insurance Business and the Law on Intellectual Property.

 

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