Hanoi’s authority said that it is ready to provide pilot online business registration service at the site idkt.thuevietnam.com.vn on www.hanoi.gov.vn. The service runs on the software called i-DKT developed by the city’s Office of Tax and the Department of Planning and Investment. The software is piloted for online registration of business and tax code at the Business Registration Office 3 at No. 1 Quang Trung Street, Ha Dong District. Beneficiaries include all new liability-limited companies with two members or more, joint-stock companies or private enterprises which are established and entitled to the management of the Office 3. Businesses can look for legal instructions, log in and declare information for their establishment. Business owners can also keep track of the processing progress and acquire online instructions to correct the documents. Forms are also available online so that enterprises can download, print, fill and hand in the documents to acquire Business … [Read more...] about Hanoi pilots online business registration service
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Talking Shop (25-12-2008) Business registration reform key for growth Norway and the UN Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) have pledged US$5.2 million to help simplify the registration of new businesses in Viet Nam. Viet Nam News reporter Thu Tra spoke to UNIDO Viet Nam representative Nilgun Tas about the project. A bureaucratic business registration process has long been a headache for enterprises in Viet Nam. How will the project help solve the problem? Viet Nam-UNIDO co-operation on business registration reform aims to improve the business climate for private sector development and to enhance the competitiveness of Vietnamese enterprises by lowering the cost of doing business. Business registration reform will drastically decrease the time and out-of-pocket costs of market entry. At the same time, reform will significantly increase the information available on the business sector to enterprises and policymakers. In the first phase of the project, which was funded by … [Read more...] about Business registration reform key for growth
Business start-up procedures are set to be streamlined thanks to a circular on online registration being drafted by the Ministry of Planning and Investment. Under the draft circular, the ministry’s Business Registration Management Agency will be responsible for managing and operating national business registration portals www.dangkykinhdoanh.gov.vn and www.businessregistration.gov.vn. All other websites launched by businesses or organisations using the same addressed will be blacklisted to avoid confusions. The draft circular also states that procedures for setting up, temporarily stopping or resuming operations of businesses can be done via the portals. Similarly, joint stock, limited liability and private companies and business consortiums can change their names, addresses, business lines and tax registration information through the portals. Local business registration offices will be obliged to receive registration records and grant digital signatures … [Read more...] about Business registration set to be streamlined
In the first half of the year, the country has seen significant increases in both the number of newly-established enterprises and registered capital compared to the same period of last year, reported Ministry of Planning and Investment's Business Registration Management Agency. Specifically, over 54,500 enterprises were formed during the period, with a total registered capital of over VND427.7 trillion, up 20% in number of enterprises and 51.5% in capital over a year earlier. According to General Statistics Office, average registered capital of each enterprises reached VND7.8 billion, a year-on-year rise of 26.2%. The newly-established enterprises were mainly gathered in the Red River and Southeastern region. In addition, over VND774.7 trillion was added to the economy by operating enterprises, up 150% over a year earlier. On total, enterprises contributed over VND1,202,486 trillion to the economy in the six months. Notably, 14,902 enterprises recovered their operation, the … [Read more...] about Six-month business registrations rise 51% in capital
VietNamNet Bridge - A café owner was fined VND17 million and prosecuted because he took five days to file his business registration. Luckily, the prosecution was canceled after the Prime Minister’s intervention. Nguyen Van Tan, the owner of the ‘Xin Chao’ (Hello) Café in Binh Chanh district, HCM City was brought to court by the Binh Chanh district’s People’s Procuracy. The man was prosecuted for ‘doing business illegally’. Tan began selling food as he did not have a ‘business license’ and ‘certificate on food safety’. However, Tan was lucky when his case caught Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s attention. Le Manh Ha, deputy chair of the Government Office, said that Phuc, after reading the article about the prosecution on a local newspaper, ordered that it be stopped. The National Assembly’s Justice Committee also raised its voice asking to clarify the case and stop the … [Read more...] about Can Vietnam be a ‘startup nation’ if it prosecutes cafe owner for taking too long to file business registration?