Mergers and acquisitions have been emerging as an attractive channel for international investors in Vietnam. However, some barriers are restricting foreign investors from entering shared sales and purchase agreements in Vietnamese enterprises. Two young lawyers Le Gia Khanh and Nguyen Van Hai Dang from NHQuang&Associates analyse the restrictions and how Vietnam can welcome more foreign funds.
Mr. Nguyen Hung Quang, representing NHQuang&Associates, was invited to the Workshop for commenting some institutions of the Draft Law on Insurance Business (amended) (Draft 2.4 dated April 15, 2021) at the Workshop for Discussion and Consultation on the amendments and supplements to the Law on Insurance Business (amended) organized by the Insurance Supervisory and Authority (Ministry of Finance) in co-operation with the Civil-Economic Legislation Department (Ministry of Justice).
In recent years, the practice of acquiring and selling or, intentional/unintentional disclosing and spreading personal information has been well discussed on many mainstream platforms and social media. In this article, NHQuang will analyze certain aspects of the practice of acquiring, exploiting, and utilizing personal data in Viet Nam, and provide recommendations to improve these practices in the Industry 4.0 Era.
With the strategic plan to attract qualified foreign investment into Vietnam in the light of the Politburo’s Resolution No.50-NQ/TW, the drafted amendment of the Law on Investment 2014 simplifies licensing procedures for setting up a foreign-invested entity.
Attracting international investment into SOEs by increasing foreign ownership limits will bring equal treatment between domestic and overseas investors.