On May 28, 2020, VIETINBANK and BW Industrial Development JSC held a ceremony to celebrate the signing of a strategic partnership with an aim to jointly exploit the advantages, experience and resources of their respective leading platforms. Strong credit relationships with VIETINBANK will enable BW to rapidly execute our project development and M&A activities across strategic industrial hubs.
Investors can easily check the BW website for the latest business environment & business establishment consultation, recruitment and insurance tips. This information is relevant for both new market penetrators and existing investors.
Quarterly pest control for common areas at Bac Ninh, Bau Bang and My Phuoc 3
Semi-annual roof cleaning at Bac Ninh, Bau Bang and My Phuoc 3
Monthly landscaping at Bac Ninh, Bau Bang and My Phuoc 3
Periodic rainwater drainage pipe cleaning
South (Binh Duong)
Provincial authorities have organized various online recruitment fairs for prospective local job seekers to meet their potential employers. Click here for the instructions of how to register for these online job fairs. Mark your calendar if you are interested.
|1||13/07/2020||238 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
|2||20/07/2020||Extended Online Job Fair||Monday|
|3||27/07/2020||239 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
|4||03/08/2020||240 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
|5||10/08/2020||241 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
|6||17/08/2020||Extended Online Job Fair||Monday|
|7||24/08/2020||242 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
|8||31/08/2020||243 th Online Job Fair||Monday|
Organizer: Binh Duong Job Service Center
Venue: 369 Binh Duong Boulevard, Hoa Lan Quarter, Thuan Giao Ward, Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province
Local authorities have announced that all job fairs and job exchange markets in Q1 have been canceled until further notice due to COVID-19.
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The National Assembly has ratified the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, which will cut or eliminate 99 percent of tariffs on goods traded between the two sides. Both agreements will possibly take effect in July.
In its latest update released on June 3, the World Bank (WB) said Vietnam’s economy has gradually bounced back since social distancing measures were eased.
The US was Vietnam’s largest export market in the period with export turnover of $24.6 billion, an 8.2 per cent increase compared to last year.
MoIT has ordered the two northern border provinces of Lang Son and Quang Ninh to re-open some auxiliary border gates and crossings, per guidance from the Prime Minister on border trade activities.
The Government has been pushing more administrative procedures online, including the use of e-documents and e-reports, and the establishment of information and public service portals on local levels.
Vietnam will grant e-visa to citizens of 80 countries from July 1, 2020. 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.
Car maker from Japan Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has intention to build its second automobile manufacturing plants in Vietnam in the south-central province of Binh Dinh due to having deep water port.
Apple is set to produce its first ever over-ear headphones in Vietnam – This is the first time it will manufacture a brand-new product outside China.
Also, earlier this month, Nikkei Asian Review reported that Apple will shift around 30% of its classic AirPods 2 production, about 3-4 million units – to Vietnam from China this quarter.
Japanese appliance-maker Panasonic Corp said that next year it will move its Thai-based production of refrigerators and washing machines to Vietnam. Factory near Bangkok will be shuttered in cost-cutting effort.
Tesa will produce adhesive tapes for the Asian market starting from 2023. It has been decided to build a 55 million Euro plant in Vietnam. The new building is located in the port city Haiphong in Northern Vietnam, approximately 70,000 square meters.
We would like to inform you about legal updates from this quarter regarding tax, HR and labor issues.
The Decree is applicable to companies engaging in various business activities and those that have generated revenue from such activities in 2019 or 2020. The following would be applied:
According to Official Dispatch No. 897/TCT-QLN regarding the tax deferral and late payment interest exemption granted to mitigate the impact of COVID-19, taxpayers falling into the situations specified in point a of clause 1 in Circular No. 156/2013/TT-BTC (Consolidated document No. 14/VBHN-BTC, dated May 15, 2017) are deemed eligible for the tax deferral.
Beginning March 22, 2020, the Vietnamese Government temporarily suspended the entry of all foreigners, overseas Vietnamese and their spouses and children who have been granted with a certificate of visa exemption. Moreover, the Vietnamese Government requested the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs to temporarily suspend the issuance of new work permits to foreign employees who are from countries or territories affected by COVID-19. The renewal of expiring visas or work permits may continue for special cases.
This is a new policy from Official Letter 2698/BCT-DTÐL of April 16, 2020, to support businesses facing difficulties due to COVID-19. Total duration of the reduction is three months. Specifically, the retail price of electricity for the manufacturing & business sectors and the wholesale price of electricity for industrial parks is discounted 10% compared to the price specified in Decision 648/QD-BCT of March 20, 2019.
The suspension is applicable to enterprises involved in passenger transportation, tourism, accommodation, restaurants, and other special industries experiencing difficulties due to COVID-19. Eligible enterprises will benefit from a temporary suspension of contributions to the retirement and survivorship allowance fund until the end of June 2020.
According to Official Dispatch No. 245/TLD, production and business entities affected by COVID-19 will be able to extend the deadline of the payment of union dues for the first six months of 2020 through June 30. Enterprises affected by COVID-19 are defined as those that have social insurance-protected employees accounting for at least 50% of the total employees compulsorily participating in social insurance programs who temporarily leave work.
(Latest update as of June 9, 2020; please check with your favorite sales representative if you are interested in expanding your area.)
|PHASE 1 + RBF C13||PHASE 2||PHASE 3||PHASE 4,5,6|
|Available GFA||Fully occupied.||Fully occupied.||5,842 sqm.||74,817 sqm.|
|PHASE 1,2||PHASE 3,4,5,6,7|
|Available GFA||1,620 sqm.||124,187 sqm.|
|PHASE 1||PHASE 2||PHASE 3|
|Available GFA||1,442 sqm.||16,175 sqm.||49,196 sqm.|
|Available GFA||1,443 sqm.|
|PHASE 1||PHASE 2||PHASE 3|
|Available GFA||17,377 sqm.||26,460 sqm.||22,835 sqm.|
|PLOT 1||PLOT 2||PLOT 3|
|Available GFA||Fully occupied.||Fully occupied.||41,995 sqm.|