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The newly-ratified EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is paving a promising way for Vietnam's export and import outlook. Coupled with many prospects are also some noticeable updates in regulation and policy, mainly related to custom and tax, that businesses operating in logistics industry must take into careful consideration. In order to assist logistics enterprises in preparing better for this beneficial but challenging race, EuroCham, in cooperation with RSM Vietnam would like to deliver the Zoom webinar with topic: "EVFTA and Logistics industry: Domestic Value Added Tax (VAT) and withholding tax in Vietnam".


Key topics to be covered:

  • Overview of EVFTA and its impacts on logistics industry in Vietnam
  • Update on latest domestic VAT and withholding tax regulations related to EVFTA
  • Recommendation and advice from RSM's expert

Speakers

Agenda

2

00PM

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2

10PM

Welcoming Remarks by EuroCham

Sergio Pereira Da Silva

2

10PM

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3

25PM

Presentation

Le Khanh Lam

3

25PM

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3

50PM

Q&A Session

Sergio Pereira Da SilvaLe Khanh Lam

3

50PM

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4

00PM

Closing Remarks by EuroCham

Sergio Pereira Da Silva

Tickets

  • Webinar ticket | Member Price |

    Free

    - Kindly note that reservation will be based on "first come - first served basis" and need to be made 24 hours prior to the event
    - Pre-registration is required

    Reserve Ticket
  • Webinar ticket | Non-member Price | Bank Transfer Payment

    ₫300,000

    - Kindly note that reservation will be based on "first come - first served basis" and need to be made 24 hours prior to the event
    - Pre-registration is required

    Buy Ticket

Sponsors and Partners

Organiser

Platinum Corporate Partners

Gold Premium

Gold Corporate Partners

Silver Corporate Partners

Premium Service Partners

Contact

MORE INFORMATION:

Ms. Nhung | nhung@eurochamvn.org or calling 028 3827 2715 - Ext:126



MORE INFORMATION:

Ms. Hong Anh| eventsupport@eurochamvn.org or calling 028 3827 2715 - Ext: 101