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Company Formation in Vietnam


Company Formation in Vietnam

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Company Formation Vietnam

British companies can approach the Vietnamese market in several ways:

  • Export directly
  • Set up an agency
  • Open a representative office
  • Open a branch
  • Form a joint venture
  • Set up a 100% British owned company
  • Enter into a business cooperation contract
  • Enter into a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) type contract
  • Franchise/licensing

You should have a local representative acting as an importer/distributor for direct exports. In some certain cases, pre-registration of exporters/producers is required. Getting information in Vietnam can be difficult so itís important to develop personal relationships.

You should seek legal advice if you intend to set up a company in Vietnam.

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