In the first two months of the year, the number of newly established businesses reached over 22,000, representing a 12.4% increase compared to the same period last year. Additionally, the registered capital for these new businesses totaled 218,710 billion VND, showing a nearly 33% increase compared to the same period last year.
The author of the article presents an observation based on practical and justifiable grounds such as enhancing economic diversification, international integration, investment law reform, and effective economic policies.
The voluntary carbon market is considered to be one of the key tools in ensuring the fulfillment of commitments in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030 and achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Participating in the voluntary carbon credit market presents numerous opportunities and challenges for Ho Chi Minh City.
The Ministry of Finance believes that raising the tax threshold will not incentivize households and individual businesses to transition into corporations, as this would result in the corporations having to pay value-added tax on their generated revenue.
Recently, Binh Thuan Provincial People's Committee has awarded investment registration certificates to seven investors in various sectors, with a total registered capital of over 127,000 billion VND.
The Port Customs Sub-department of Port Hai Phong Customs Department in Area 1 - Hai Phong Customs has announced the re-audit of 22 businesses' tax accounts due to overpaid taxes.
Hanoi Metro Company has announced that it is currently undertaking various tasks to put the Nhon - Hanoi Urban Railway (elevated section) into operation by July, 2024. In preparation for this plan, Hanoi Metro is recruiting a total of 447 personnel.
According to data from the Vietnam National Tourism Information Center, South Korea remained the largest market, sending 844,000 visitors to Vietnam in February.
Starting from 01/07/2024, there will be an increase in three significant types of salaries, including civil servants' salary, pension, and minimum wage, following the implementation of the salary reform.
At a recent meeting of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs in February, Ms. Tran Le Thanh Truc, Head of Employment - Occupational Safety Department, revealed that PouYuen Company is in need of recruiting 1,000 workers, and is open to hiring workers over the age of 40.