Từ khóa tìm kiếm: corporate income

Vietnam should continue support for vulnerable groups: IMF official
Vietnam should continue support for vulnerable groups: IMF official

Vietnam will record positive economic growth in 2021, at around 6-7%, if the country continue support for vulnerable groups in the economy, as well as the freshly-rolled out vaccination campaign.

Vietnam should continue support for vulnerable groups: IMF official

Vietnam should continue support for vulnerable groups: IMF official

Vietnam will record positive economic growth in 2021, at around 6-7%, if the country continue support for vulnerable groups in the economy, as well as the freshly-rolled out vaccination campaign.

Tax revenue totals US$10.7 billion in first two months
Tax revenue totals US$10.7 billion in first two months

Nearly VND246.449 trillion (over US$10.7 billion) in taxes was collected for the State budget in the first two months of 2021, equivalent to 22.1% of the estimate, according to the General Department of Taxation.

Tax revenue totals US$10.7 billion in first two months

Tax revenue totals US$10.7 billion in first two months

Nearly VND246.449 trillion (over US$10.7 billion) in taxes was collected for the State budget in the first two months of 2021, equivalent to 22.1% of the estimate, according to the General Department of Taxation.

Ministry to further extend tax payment deferrals for pandemic-hit businesses
Ministry to further extend tax payment deferrals for pandemic-hit businesses

The Ministry of Finance has announced it may further extend tax payment deferrals to support companies suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

Ministry to further extend tax payment deferrals for pandemic-hit businesses

Ministry to further extend tax payment deferrals for pandemic-hit businesses

The Ministry of Finance has announced it may further extend tax payment deferrals to support companies suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

Finance Ministry suggests further extending tax payment deadline
Finance Ministry suggests further extending tax payment deadline

The Ministry of Finance has submitted a proposal to the Government seeking approval to create a decree expanding the timeframe for tax and land lease payments.

Finance Ministry suggests further extending tax payment deadline

Finance Ministry suggests further extending tax payment deadline

The Ministry of Finance has submitted a proposal to the Government seeking approval to create a decree expanding the timeframe for tax and land lease payments.

Shipping industry needs State support to develop: ministry
Shipping industry needs State support to develop: ministry

The domestic shipping industry needs support from the State to develop Vietnam’s fleet of cargo ships, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Shipping industry needs State support to develop: ministry

Shipping industry needs State support to develop: ministry

The domestic shipping industry needs support from the State to develop Vietnam’s fleet of cargo ships, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Emphasizing Investment Promotion Along with COVID-19 Surveillance
Emphasizing Investment Promotion Along with COVID-19 Surveillance

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has emphasized investment promotion to be carried out along with COVID-19 surveillance, as the country’s economy must continue to move forward.

Emphasizing Investment Promotion Along with COVID-19 Surveillance

Emphasizing Investment Promotion Along with COVID-19 Surveillance

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has emphasized investment promotion to be carried out along with COVID-19 surveillance, as the country’s economy must continue to move forward.

Two key appeals pulling industrial relocation out of China into Vietnam
Two key appeals pulling industrial relocation out of China into Vietnam

The benefits of recent trade agreements, low labour costs, and highly appealing incentives are amplifying the nation's appeal and encouraging manufacturers hit by US tariffs to relocate out of China.

Two key appeals pulling industrial relocation out of China into Vietnam

Two key appeals pulling industrial relocation out of China into Vietnam

The benefits of recent trade agreements, low labour costs, and highly appealing incentives are amplifying the nation's appeal and encouraging manufacturers hit by US tariffs to relocate out of China.

New decree to prevent transfer pricing, limit thin capitalisation
New decree to prevent transfer pricing, limit thin capitalisation

The Government’s recently-issued Decree 132/2020/ND-CP would help prevent transfer pricing and limit thin capitalisation to develop a healthy investment market, Deputy Director of the General Department of Taxation Dang Ngoc Minh said.

New decree to prevent transfer pricing, limit thin capitalisation

New decree to prevent transfer pricing, limit thin capitalisation

The Government’s recently-issued Decree 132/2020/ND-CP would help prevent transfer pricing and limit thin capitalisation to develop a healthy investment market, Deputy Director of the General Department of Taxation Dang Ngoc Minh said.

Gov’t support needed for investment in cold storage
Gov’t support needed for investment in cold storage

The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the shortage of cold storage space in Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding areas as goods pile up as a result of lack of demand.

Gov’t support needed for investment in cold storage

Gov’t support needed for investment in cold storage

The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the shortage of cold storage space in Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding areas as goods pile up as a result of lack of demand.

Tax cut welcome but not enough: businesses
Tax cut welcome but not enough: businesses

The Government's 30% corporate income tax cut was a step in the right direction but it could have been more inclusive by offering support to small businesses that were in desperate need of cash due to the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, said business leaders and industry experts.

Tax cut welcome but not enough: businesses

Tax cut welcome but not enough: businesses

The Government's 30% corporate income tax cut was a step in the right direction but it could have been more inclusive by offering support to small businesses that were in desperate need of cash due to the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, said business leaders and industry experts.