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Cashless Payments Improve

In the article on Vietnam Investment Review, here, news of Vietnam's increasing independence from cash and gold is welcome. I'll let you read the article, but much of the information contained therein is to boast of the boost in mobile payments and ATM transactions. Mobile payments are cashless payments made using a mobile device, usually [...]

By |2019-07-15T12:22:15+07:00July 15th, 2019|Banking and Finance, TMT-Technology, Media, Telecom|Comments Off on Cashless Payments Improve

Vietnam’s Corporate Governance Tested

Bui Quang Huy is in trouble. The former CEO of tech company Nhat Cuong General Technical Services is wanted by police for smuggling and now money laundering. He apparently invested money earned from the smuggling of electronics across the border into a subsidiary company and used that to hide the fact that he was syphoning [...]

By |2019-07-11T12:38:00+07:00July 11th, 2019|Business News, Securities and Capital markets, TMT-Technology, Media, Telecom|Comments Off on Vietnam’s Corporate Governance Tested

Vinfast Roars to Life

Last week Vinfast, a subsidiary of Vinagroup, began manufacturing the Vinfast line of automobiles. The line begins with a standard hatchback and a sedan, two vehicles that are priced around 17,000USD. This is cool. For a couple of reasons is this cool. First, car purchases in Vietnam are up 22% year on year since 2018. [...]

Tax Authorities On Top of Tech

With this article in Vietnam Investment Review, here, the government proves that it is capable of keeping pace with technological advancement in at least one department, that of tax collection. The article examines the fact that Grab, a ride hailing app company, has surpassed Vinasun in tax contributions. It outlines the concerns that were raised initially, [...]

Report from INTA in Boston

I spent last week in Boston where I attended, with our managing partner Dang The Duc, the International Trademark Association's (INTA) annual meeting. It was a fast paced round of networking and meeting, with over 11,000 attendees. A very large conference. Crazy, really. It started with a long flight from Vietnam to Japan, where a [...]

IP In the Spotlight

Next week our managing partner and I head to Boston for the International Trademark Association annual meeting. Thousands of lawyers attend this event and make for a hectic five days. In light of our adventures in intellectual property, I thought I'd highlight our attorney who oversees the IP side of our practice. Nguyen Thi Hong [...]

By |2019-05-14T09:58:48+07:00May 14th, 2019|Legal News|315 Comments

Private Sector Thriving

Thanks to Dr. Matthias Duhn on LinkedIn, for sharing the link to the interview with the Minster of Planning and Investment. The original interview ran in Vietnam Investment Review, here, and is a reassuring assessment of the private sector economy. One of the highlights of the article, and I'll let you read it for yourself, [...]

By |2019-05-06T08:39:24+07:00May 6th, 2019|Banking and Finance, Business News, Corporate and commercial|Comments Off on Private Sector Thriving

Happy Five Day Weekend

Happy Reunification Day. Happy May Day. And Happy bridge holiday, which is today, which makes for a five day weekend, something unheard of in the United States. Forty-four years ago tomorrow tanks rolled down the streets of Saigon and the north and the south were reunited after decades of division under the French and then [...]

By |2019-04-29T14:40:37+07:00April 29th, 2019|Employment, General|2 Comments
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