Call for More Technology Transfer in Vietnam

As reprinted in Vietnam+, here, the Vietnam News Agency has called for increased technology transfer to production companies in Vietnam. The call sites dismal numbers of high tech usage by manufacturers in Vietnam stating that nearly 60% of manufacturers are using technology that is outdated while only 2% use high technology. This is disturbing, especially in [...]

By |2019-07-24T14:41:31+07:00July 24th, 2019|Business News, International Trade, Technology and Media|Comments Off on Call for More Technology Transfer in Vietnam

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, [...]

OTT Internet Services at Risk in Vietnam

This week we have a guest post from Mr. Bui Viet Duc, legal assistant at Indochine Counsel. He's spent some time researching this issue and has prepared the following memo for release. Guidance on TV over-the-top (OTT) services under the new draft decree Decree No. 06/2016/ND-CP on management, supply and utilization of radio and television [...]

P2P Lending in Vietnam

A few days ago the National Bank announced that it will approve Peer to Peer Lending. This comes as little surprise since there are already 40 companies operating in the sector in Vietnam and the activity has been neither approved nor prohibited up to this time. P2P Lending is a method of lending that skips [...]

Technology is Key at the ALA Conference in HCMC

If you looked at the recent blog post announcing Indochine Counsel's hosting of the ASEAN Legal Alliance law conference in Ho Chi Minh City, this November, then you saw a bit about the importance of technology in the continuing pace of change in laws in Southeast Asia. When I was working first out of law [...]

ASEAN Legal Conference 2018 Hosted by Indochine Counsel

This year we are all gathered in Ho Chi Minh City, to hear and share what is affecting ASEAN in terms of disruptive technologies and innovations. We have lined up several speakers who are experts in their fields to share their insights with us. The world is changing very quickly and we as lawyers, accountants, [...]

Cyber-Security Law in Vietnam

Special Alert | 2018 Cybersecurity Law – Impacts on Users and Service Providers in Cyberspace 31 - 08 - 2018 On 12 June 2018, the Cybersecurity Bill was ratified by the National Assembly of Vietnam with an approval rate of 86.86%. The Cybersecurity Law is due to take effect on 1 January 2019 and provides [...]

Vietnam’s New Cyber Security Law

The new Cyber Security Law was passed last week by Vietnam’s National Assembly. The new law comes with a great deal of international controversy and doubts as to whether the law is actually in conformity with existing international treaties of which Vietnam is a signatory. Three major concerns arise from a perusal of international coverage [...]

New Regulations in the 2017 Law on Technology Transfer

The Law on Technology Transfer No. 80/2006/QH11 (the “2006 LOTT”) was issued on 29 November 2006 when Vietnam was preparing for its accession to the WTO. During it’s more than 10 years of implementation, the 2006 LOTT contributed an important role in promoting innovation activities and technology transfers, applying advantages of science and technology in [...]

By |2018-05-03T18:27:37+07:00May 3rd, 2018|Legal News, Technology and Media|23 Comments
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