Doing Business in Vietnam 2014 (2nd Edition)

According to Dezan Shira & Associates (DSA), Vietnam is now emerging as a serious alternative to China. This ASEAN member-country has been ramping up its manufacturing infrastructure even as the cost of doing business remains among the lowest in Asia. Ho Chi Minh City and other places have been the focus of foreign investment inflows (e.g. energy and manufacturing sectors).

This guide takes a look at the fundamentals of investing in Vietnam, particularly how foreign companies can navigate the setting up process and the day-to-day running of the business.

Contents

  • The Importance of Vietnam to Foreign Companies
  • Establishing and Running a Business
  • Tax and Accounting
  • Human Resources and Payroll

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