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Tagged: 'Vietnam'

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ASEAN 2015 – opportunities and challenges

14 November 2014

Publication

With a year to go until the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) plans to form a single economic market, Clifford Chance explores the opportunities and challenges for investors in the region.

Indexing corruption in Asia Pacific

5 November 2014

Publication

Transparency International (TI) publishes a Bribe Payer's Index (BPI) which provides help to companies seeking to accurately assess the risk of doing business in Asia Pacific or with a partner from the Asia Pacific Region.  The BPI provides critical additional...

Vietnam: New bankruptcy law 2014 [Japanese translation]

30 October 2014

Publication

A new bankruptcy law was recently adopted by the National Assembly of Vietnam which will replace the bankruptcy law introduced in 2004.  This briefing will outline some of the significant changes that the new law introduces in Vietnam. Key issues A creditor's...

Is the paper tiger sharpening its teeth

21 October 2014

Publication

The SFO, the agency principally responsible for prosecuting cases under the UK Bribery Act 2010 (UKBA), has received its fair share of criticism for being perceived to lack the prosecutorial zeal displayed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in relation to...

Vietnam: Offshore borrowings

10 October 2014

Publication

The State Bank of Vietnam recently issued two circulars (Circular 12 and 25) to regulate offshore borrowings without a Government guarantee. These circulars apply to any loan facility whereby the borrower is a resident and the lender is a non resident. These circulars...

Vietnam:New bankruptcy law 2014

15 September 2014

Publication

A new bankruptcy law was recently adopted by the National Assembly of Vietnam which will replace the bankruptcy law introduced in 2004. This briefing will outline some of the significant changes that the new law introduces in Vietnam.

Vietnam Investment Guide - Capital Markets

25 July 2014

Publication

In Vietnam, there are two centralised securities markets, the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (“HOSE”) and the Hanoi Stock Exchange (“HNX”). The listing requirements applicable to companies wishing to list on HOSE and HNX are different....