Purchase shares /capital in Vietnam
PURCHASE OF SHARES OF COMPANIES IN VIETNAM
The purchase of shares is more and more popular in Vietnam and attract more foreign investment. So, Vietnam has been expanding the legal framework and create advantage conditions for investors in this activity.
The Vietnam became a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), and most recently of the Agreement Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). It has created conditions to become a potential market for investors from all over the World. However, investing in a foreign market will require carefulness and thorough understanding of the environment as well as the laws of that country.
The purchase of the shares of the company available in Vietnam will have many advantages such as: available mechanisms of action, available facilities and personnel, process technology. Investors will not take longer perform work above the original and still control the company. In addition, investors are quickly approaching the market with the brand of the company available.
However, for the operation to purchase shares or to contribute to capital, investor have to be aware of regulations on capital contribution and share purchase and they must comply with the provisions of the international treaties to which Vietnam is a member and with commitments to WTO on capital contribution ratio. In addition to the provisions of corporate law, investment, capital contribution and share purchase must apply the provisions of the specialized legislation as on land law, intellectual property etc.
By using our legal services, clients will be provided with comprehensive legal services follows:
- Consulting the legal status of the companies which you intend to contribute capital purchase shares;
- Consulting equity purchase agreement shares to ensure the security of transactions;
- Representatives authorized to ask business operations license after buying shares
- Advices on labor, tax, intellectual property issues, after completing license
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