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Political Vietnam is a socialist country under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam.

The 14th National Assembly of Vietnam (term 2016-2021) has 489 members, elected
by popular vote a serve a five year tearm.

1. REGULATORY REFORM TO IMPROVE INVESTMENT CLIMATE


The regulatory framework has been constantly revised to incorporate more
favorable regulations for businesses to invest and operate in Vietnam.
2. RESTRUCTURING AND EQUITISING STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES
The Vietnamese Government upholds its commitments to economic reform.
The equitisation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in recent years

Economic - Joining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 1995, the Asia-
Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in 1998 and the World Trade
Organisation (WTO) in 2007; expanding gross domestic product (GDP);
improving infrastructure; and a steady increase in foreign direct investment
(FDI) suggest that Vietnam has transformed into an attractive investment
destination.
- Fast growing economy with GDP growth projected to be between 6% to 7%
during 2016-2018 period.
Social - The Vietnamese compulsory SIHIUI scheme is applicable to Vietnamese
national employees with definite term under VietNamese labor contract of 3
months or above.
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Technological - High-tech Zones, including concentrated information technology parks
established under the Prime Minister’s decision
- Total capital of VND 12,000 billion or more, disbursed within 5 years since
being licensed and using technologies being evaluated under the Law on Hi-
technology, and the Law on Science and Technology.
Legal Vietnam has available Enterprise Law, Investment Law and other global and regional
agreements (WTO, ASEAN, APEC…), in theory, all kind of enterprises (SOEs, private
enterprises, joint ventures) have to play the game with the same rules, but in practice,
the implementation of Laws is a real challenge due to poor quality of human resource
in public service and corruption issues (116/178 ranked countries)
Environmental Vietnam has a long coastal border (2500km) and is considered as one of the most
vulnerable countries due to natural disaster risks, climate change and sea level rise.
Enterprises in Vietnam have to take seriously into account the environmental factors
to their business planning and operating processes. Vietnamese peoples do not
tolerate easily to business practices that harm to environment.

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