date: 10-03-2017 17:17:49
Legal Update Newsletter February 2017
Our Part I of this Legal Newsletter introduces the legal article titled “Collecting taxes from sellers on Facebook - is it an impossible mission?” written by Lawyer Nguyen Van Quynh. In this topic, the author mentioned about the fresh issue in Vietnam is that collecting taxes from sellers on Facebook. Particularly, Lawyer Quynh help the readers understand the following aspects: Why is it necessary to collect online sales taxes?; Management of Facebook sales channel and online selling; and solution to collect taxes from sellers on Facebook.
In Part II, we would like to provide you with some remarkable regulations as follows:
1. Decree 03/2017/ND-CP on the casino businessApart from the above, as usual, our Part III will provide you with a selected list of new regulations issued in February 2017 for your further reference.
2. Provisions on the business of betting on horse and greyhound racing, and a pilot on international soccer betting
3. New circular on consumer lending activities by financial companies
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