Tax cuts proposed for SMEs to accelerate growth after COVID-19 The Ministry of Planning and Investment has asked for corporate income tax (CIT) to be cut for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by half this year in an effort to boost growth when the COVID-19 pandemic eases. … [Read more...] about Decree aims to ensure companies benefit from corporate income tax cut
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Hanoi (VNA) - An international business matching webinar was held in Hanoi on August 13 in an effort to promote the export of Vietnamese longan. Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai told the online gathering that the quality of Vietnamese longan and related products, like dried longan and canned longan juice, has improved over time and are now found in major markets such as China, Australia, the US, Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Japan, Europe, and the Middle East. Vietnamese longan meets the requirements of importers, including those relating to origin traceability and plant quarantine, which means its quality has been recognised and can win over other demanding markets, he said. Hai views the export potential of the country’s fresh longan and related products as substantial. Localities with large areas of concentrated longan growing like Hung Yen, Son La, and Hai Duong provinces have been perfecting their production processes and developing … [Read more...] about Webinar explores longan export opportunities
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade has urged firms to control the quality of pepper exported to India and develop solutions to cope with policies affecting the export of pepper from Vietnam. The warning was issued after the ministry received notification from the Vietnam Trade Office in India that the Association of Pepper Growers in South India claimed the content of piperine in light black pepper of Vietnam (HS 09041120) did not meet the quality requirements of the India Directorate General of Foreign Trade. In addition, in an article published in Hindu Business Line, the India Pepper and Spice Trade Association alleged that the piperine content in light black pepper imported from Vietnam did not meet the minimum level of six percent. The Spices Board under the India Ministry of Commerce and Industry could evaluate the minimum piperine content in pepper imported from Vietnam, which might negatively affect the reputation of Vietnamese pepper as well as causing … [Read more...] about Exports of pepper to India at risk
The abnormal feature that inspectors found was that the cooperatives with high profits of VND5-6 billion did not contribute capital, while cooperatives with modest profit of tens of millions of dong agreed to contribute hundreds of billions of dong. The abnormal feature that inspectors found was that the cooperatives with high profits of VND5-6 billion did not contribute capital, while cooperatives with modest profit of tens of millions of dong agreed to contribute hundreds of billions of dong. … [Read more...] about Why do private investors want to take over Saigon Co-op?
HÀ NỘI — The General Department of Land Administration has decided to set up a team to inspect and verify information on violations of land-use management, recently reported in the media, in Đại Lải Lake, the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc. … [Read more...] about MoNRE inspects land-use management in Đại Lải Lake