Form of Copyright Registration Certificate in Vietnam
SBLAW would like to updage the Form of Copyright Registration Certificate in Vietnam as follows: If you would like further information on Form of Copyright Registration Certificate in Vietnam, please either email to our Partners at: email@example.com or call to our Office: Ha Noi Office: +84 (4) 62 62 0246 HCM Office: +84 (8) 35 […]
Wholly Foreign Invested Company and Joint Venture Company in Vietnam
Under Vietnam Law, there is no discrimination between a Wholly Foreign Invested Company and a Joint Venture Company. With respect to several specific investment sector such as telecommunication, logistic, tourism etc, foreign investor must co-operate with at least 01 local partner to setup Joint Venture Company. In case of co-operation with local partner, foreign investor […]
Investment Capital in foreign invested company in Vietnam
Generally, except for several conditional investment sector such as real estate, finance and banking, education and trainings, there is no requirement for minimum investment capital. However, foreign investor must have enough capital resources to successfully realise the business goals set out in the Investment Certificate. Investment Capital stated in the Investment Certificate shall include Equity […]
Business Lines of Foreign Invested Company in Vietnam
Kindly note that, in most other countries, a company in Vietnam is only permitted to conduct business activities that are narrowly defined and mostly codified into a published list of business activities called “business lines.” Generally, with respect to Foreign Invested Company, the permitted business lines must be closely tied to what is considered necessary […]
Establishment of Foreign Invested Company in Vietnam
This is reference to your email from which, we understand that you would like us to advise on establishment of Foreign Invested Company (hereinafter referred to as “FIC’) to provide advisory, guidance and operational assistance services concerning decision areas which are financial in nature, such as working capital and liquidity management, determination of an appropriate […]
Brief summary of foreign investment in Vietnam
Under Vietnam Law, a foreign investor can directly engage in the Vietnamese market in following ways: Establishment of a new company; Buying in an existing company with an active management role; Setting up a branch or representative office; Engaging with a Business Cooperation Contract with local partner(s). The choice of investment form will totally depend […]
Establishing the foreign invested company in Vietnam.
Under Vietnam Law, foreign investor is allowed to setup the Foreign Invested Company (FIC) in Vietnam for conducting business activities for profit making purpose. FIC in Vietnam can be incorporated under the form of Joint Stock Company or Limited Liability Company. In this case, if investors own 100% equity of the company in Vietnam, they […]
Faqs for labor law in Vietnam.
When foreign investors set up a company in Vietnam, they will recruit the employee, thus, S&B Law provide some information about the labor law in Vietnam for investor’s reference. The form will be FAQs: What is the legal limit for overtime hours per month in Vietnam? -Maximum is 30 hours per month and not over […]
Faqs for setting up a representative office in Vietnam.
SBLAW would like to present some FAQs for setting up a representative office in Vietnam as follows: Before set up the representative office vietnam (RO), can investor register their trademark in Vietnam? Yes, they can register the trademark under the name of foreign company with Vietnam National Office of Intellectual Property (NOIP). Is there an […]