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DOING BUSINESS IN VIET NAM

2017-10-16 11:38:04

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DOING BUSINESS IN VIET NAM

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Welcome to our guide to doing business in Viet Nam. In this publication, we hope to provide you with information on accounting, tax and regulatory laws when doing business in Viet Nam.

 

Viet Nam’s dynamic environment, reflected in a young population, growing wealth, changing consumer attitudes, greater mobility and urbanisation– are pushing Viet Nam through a period of great change. We have been seeing a shift in investments in Asia, with Southeast Asia attracting more foreign direct investments (FDIs) than China for the third consecutive year in 2016. Viet Nam leads the region, surpassing Malaysia and Thailand in Greenfield FDI Performance Index (with US$24.4 billion foreign capital investment in 2016). Viet Nam’s low-cost environment and a strong economic outlook continue to make it an attractive place for investment in South East Asia. Viet Nam is recognised as having high mobile commerce penetration which is attractive to entrants wanting to establish digital businesses in Viet Nam. A rising middle class and a deregulated economy bring access to exciting new opportunities including manufacturing. Viet Nam’s increasing network of free trade agreements (FTAs) are enhancing investment opportunities. Regardless of the reasons for entry, identifying the right path into the local market can be challenging without local knowledge and experience. This guide contains references to some common issues that investors should be aware of when operating in Viet Nam, but each case is different and specific advice should always be sought. PwC remains available to share our considerable local knowledge with you.

 

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