In volume 9/2016, Trainee Lawyer Nguyen Dieu Anh will introduce her article about fundamental issues in dispute settlement mechanism among investors and member countries under Trans-Pacific Partership Agreement (TPP), aiming to faciliate corporates’ investment and avoid unnecessary risks.
The principle of goods origin is one among the important contents of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) since exported goods must satisfy these regulations in order to be entitled to the preferential tax tariff under TPP. Therefore, in this issue, NHQuang&Associates will introduce an article by our lawyer, Mr. Do Hoang Phuc, on basic issues of this principle in TPP, a key element for facilitating enterprises to access to and make good use of the Agreement’s advantages and preferences.
Continued from the article on Transparency and anti-corruption in Trans-Pacific Partership Agreement (“TPP Agreement”), in this Newsletter, NHQuang&Associates will introduce a writing on Technical barriers in trading of this Agreement. This writing aims to analyze the undertakings by member countries of TPP Agreement on commercial technical barriers and the meaning in implemention of this regulation to trading activities of Vietnamese businesses.
Following the article on independent trade union in Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), in this issue, NHQuang&Associates will introduce another writing on transparency and anti-corruption in TPP. This issue has been studied and shared with corporate clients aiming at calling for enhancement of corporates’ internal compliance control in order to avoid risks resulting from bribery-related acts, including bribery in both public and private sector (in form of “commission”, “bonus”, “thanking present”, etc.).
On 5 October 2015, in Atlanta, USA, 12 member countries joining the negotiation of Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) declared negotiation completion. The Draft TPP Agreement consists of 30 chapters, 516 articles, excluding the Preambles and Annexes. TPP Agreement has a wide scope with comprehensive coverage and high standards. The Agreement undertakes to open the market in above 20 various areas with more thorough scope and level of commitment in comparison to normal free-trade agreements (FTA) that Vietnam has already participated. In this volume, we shall introduce an article analysing the issue of independent trade union in TPP Agreement.