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Vietnam’s Social Insurance Reduction: Decree 58 on Occupational Diseases and Accidents

Vietnam’s government issued Decree 58/2020 ND-CP (Decree 58) for employers in specific industries that allow them to reduce their Social Insurance (SI) contribution for the occupational diseases and accident category. Decree 58 comes into effect on July 15.
Internal Audit in Vietnam: What Investors Should Know About Decree 5
Foreign companies need to be aware of Decree 5 on Internal Audit (IA) in Vietnam. The decree went into effect on April 1, 2019, however, businesses have 24 months to comply.  The regulation is seen as positive and in line with international best practices.
Seminar “Brands’ requirements for textile supply chain”

September 2017 – TÜV Rheinland Vietnam and Vietnam Textile & Apparel Association (VITAS) cooperated to organize the seminar “Brands’ requirements for textile supply chain”

Men's jeans could be the biggest retail casualty of a trade war with Mexico
Co-dependency isn't so healthy in a human relationship, but in international trade, it's worked well for the U.S. and Mexico for textiles and some apparel.
Textile, garment sector finds way to restore
With fierce competition with international rivals, textile and garment sector is seen to face difficulties. It is predicted that many small and medium enterprises will lose its order; accordingly it is likely that the sector will get failure in local and export market.
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