Vietnam News Agency talks with Associate Professor., Doctor Lê Xuân Trường, Head of In-service Faculty of the Academy of Finance, to explore the impact of reducing corporate income tax on the business investment environment and economic growth.
Home Credit Vietnam has announced that it was listed in the top 50 biggest taxpayers for two consecutive years of 2016 and 2017.
Like the leading companies in telecom, banking, real estate, and automobiles, Saigon Co.op, the country’s leading retailer, also made it to the list of the country’s largest taxpayers last year.
Vietjet has been recognised as one of the 1,000 biggest tax payers in Việt Nam in 2017, following a list announced by the Ministry of Finance’s General Department of Taxation last week in the capital.
The 1,000 biggest tax payers in Việt Nam in 2017 contributed more than VNĐ110 trillion (US$4.72 billion) to the State budget, increasing 8.45 per cent from the previous year, and accounting for 63 per cent of total tax contributions.
Việt Nam has moved up one place to rank 88th among 193 countries in the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018.
Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Finance Đỗ Hoàng Anh Tuấn and Croatian Minister of Finance Zdravko Marić on Wednesday signed an agreement on the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to income taxes.
Authorities in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Trà Vinh have pledged to provide enterprises, mostly small- and medium-sized, better access to preferential loans.
Taxpayers will have the right to know the time limit for tax refunds and non-refundable tax amount with legal grounds, according to a draft revision for the Law on Tax Management.
The Government has ratified an agreement on double taxation avoidance and income tax evasion prevention between Việt Nam and Cambodia.