One day after receiving the death sentence, Dang Van Hien sent a petition to the President for amnesty. Meanwhile, the Office of the President also sent an official dispatch to convey the opinion of President Tran Dai Quang on requesting the Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court, Director of the Supreme People’s Procuracy to coordinate with the Ministry of Public Security to direct and inspect the investigation, prosecution and trial of the case Dang Van Hien to report to the President.
Viet Nam has opened its doors and attracted foreign investment (FDI) for 30 years. The achievement and effectiveness of FDI are great, including changing the face of country, the modernizing the infrastructure system, increasing the GDP scale of the economy and improving people’s living standards.
Will policies of Viet Nam be flexible enough before the explosion of technology products in the era of 4.0 or will Viet Nam be slow down in this race?
Is it necessary to amend the provisions of Clause 2, Article 114 of the Enterprise Law 2014 to to address similar cases like ThaiBev and Sabeco? This is a matter to be considered between the two angles that analyzed above along with other factors that the Enterprise Law needs to adjust in the future.
The actual biggest benefit of attracting foreign investment so far is creating jobs to improve the lives of Vietnamese people. Similar to the practice in developing countries, ensuring the rights of local workers are always sensitive meaning for foreign investors because of the benefits and risks from the perspective of investment costs and social prestige.