Vietnam

In this issue of Frasers Newsletter:
(i) New Directive on a number of measures to promote the stable and healthy development of the real estate market;
(ii) New Decision on the import of used machinery, equipment and technological lines;
(iii) Draft Amendments to the Labour Code (Draft No. 2);
(iv) Draft Amendments to the Law on Public Investment;
(v) Draft Circular on the limits and safety ratios in the operation of foreign banks and branches; and
(vi) New draft Decision (Draft No. 3) on the mechanisms to encourage the development of solar power projects in Vietnam.

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