I had the chance to interact with professionals from other countries when invited by the World Bank as an advisor for resource development projects.
Promised market reforms likely to go unimplemented as real estate prices tank, confidence plummets and dissent rises
Films containing “violent, explicit, nude” content will be required to display warnings from May 20, according to a new regulation.
A draft decree on personal data protection says that one’s personal data may be collected, decrypted, and publicized without consent in certain circumstances.
A new decree stipulates that movies revealing people’s private lives and other secrets will be penalized with fines of VND40–50 million (US$1,700–2,100).
China-like restrictions set companies scrambling in key test of Pacific trade deal
Vietnam’s laws on marijuana use are tough on paper, but penalties are often not as harsh as for other illegal drugs.
On 15 June 2022, the new Cinema Law (the “Law”) was officially passed by the National Assembly of Vietnam. The Law will take effect from 1 January 2023, replacing an older legislation enacted in 2006.
Many seasonal workers don’t have labor contracts despite lasting working durations, preventing them from accessing benefits like social insurance or sick pay.