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maandag 8 mei 2017

Vietnam: [Private Equity Report] What Is In Store For PE Investors in 2017?

[Private Equity Report] What Is In Store For PE Investors in 2017?

When investing in Vietnam, dealmakers consider various factors to facilitate their investment. "Economic growth" and "Sector specific opportunities" are considered the top two opportunities to invest in Vietnam. Meanwhile, "Difference in valuation expectations" and "Resistance to sharing deal risk" are the top deal breakers for PE investors.

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What You Should Know About The Recent Legislation Update On Compulsory Insurance In Vietnam

Vietnam has improvised revisions in the contribution of compulsory insurance as below. Common Based Minimum Salary: The new common based minimum salary will be increased from VND 1,210,000 to VND 1,300,000 per month with effective from 1 July 2017. As a result, maximum salary for contribution of compulsory social and medical insurance will be increased from VND 24,200,000 to VND 26,000,000 per month.

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IPR Strategy For The Future ASEAN Knowledge Market

Many EU SMEs may be under the impression that they do not conduct R&D in South-East Asia because they do not have a research facility there. The likelihood is however that in reality, a high proportion of them engage in activities which fall under at least one of the terms: research or development. An example of R&D activity might include an SME entering into a contract with a local company to use their engineers to develop a prototype into a commercial product. The future of R&D looks promising in South-East Asia, as the rapidly growing market becomes more accessible to franchisors around the world and as the legal environment is showing promising signs of improvement. As an example, the number of foreign franchises in Indonesia has grown around 13% on a yearly basis since 2012. Nevertheless, it is still vital to have an IP protection strategy when conducting R&D in South-East Asia.

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Vietnam's 100 % renewable energy target attainable: UNDP official

Much of the economic development in the world to date has been dependent on fossil fuels, mainly coal and gas, which cause serious environmental damage. Both the extraction of coal and its burning to make energy cause the emission of anthropogenic gases that cause global warming (leading to climate change) and have harmful effects on human health. In addition, economic growth in many countries so far has often taken place without regard for the environment and led to the depletion of a lot of natural resources such as water, forests, and bio-divergent species. When we talk about a green economy, we mean an economy that does not exhaust such resources – sustainability means that where natural resources are used, it is to an extent whereby they are not completely expended in the process; they can regenerate and continue to replenish.

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Decree designed to encourage investment in agriculture

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) said it is collecting opinions from organisations and individuals for a draft decree on policies to encourage investment in agriculture and rural development. The decree regulates additional incentives and investment support of the State for businesses investing in agriculture and rural development. It will be applied to enterprises established and registered for operation in line with Vietnam's laws.

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Kien Giang: WB-funded project helps change old farming practices

According to Le Huu Minh from the management board of the project "Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation" (VnSAT) in Kien Giang, thousands of local farmers have learned new rice cultivation techniques – "three reductions, three gains (3R3G)" and "one must, five reductions (1M5R)" – during the recent Winter-Spring rice crops.

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Ties with franchisees key to success

They include the "glee phase" (when franchisees are pleased with franchisors); "fee" (franchisees experience practical business operations and feel pressure of expenditures); and "me" (franchisees feel they have explicit knowledge of trading and think that the management role of franchisors is no longer important and does not contribute much to their success).

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Industrial land up despite TPP uncertainty

Industrial land in Vietnam has continued expanding since the beginning of this year, despite uncertainty over the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) after the withdrawal of US support for the deal.According to property service firm Cushman & Wakefield Vietnam, more than 4,700 hectares of industrial land has been developed since the beginning of 2017, up by 7 per cent over the same period last year.

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Royal HaskoningDHV Takes Lead On Rotterdam Rain Radar Data Project

Rotterdam remains at the forefront of climate adaptation following the engagement of a Royal HaskoningDHV-led Smart Water team. The team is assigned to improve the accessibility of data gathered by the city's Rain Radar, enabling end-users such as traffic information systems and pumping stations to response proactively to extreme weather events.

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