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VIETNAM TENDERS DAILY- JANUARY 11, 2019
- Vehicles, machinery, equipment
- Production equipment, machines
- Building, water equipment & materials
- Medical instruments & materials
- Digital camera, tape recorder, TVs supply
- Safety and working equipment supply
Construction & installation
- Water & irrigation works
- Road works
- Electricity & grids
- Civil construction
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--> Please click here for details: Vietnam Tenders Daily - January 11, 2018
Despite unprecedented revenue-risk allocation in the draft Law on Public-Private Partnerships, international developers are urging Vietnam to make additional changes ahead of the National Assembly’s adoption to increase future bankability.
vernment has issued e-visa to citizens from 80 countries since July 1 this year, according to its latest Resolution No. 79/NQ-CP. Visitors with e-visas can enter Viet Nam at eight international airports, or arrive via land at 16 international border gates and via sea at 13 ports across the country.
In order to revive an economy left undermined by the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, what matters most to Vietnam is taking advantage of its current potential and seizing new opportunities to bolster growth.
The Ministry of Finance has proposed that the Government reduce corporate income tax by 30% for small and micro enterprises in 2020 to help them overcome difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) could boost Vietnam’s GDP by 2.4% and exports by 12% by 2030 and lift an additional 100,000-800,000 people out of poverty by 2030. Such benefits should be capitalized on as the country is aggressively responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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