CONDITIONS FOR BEING GRANTED LICENSES TO SET UP REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES IN VIETNAM

CONDITIONS FOR BEING GRANTED LICENSES TO SET UP REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES IN VIETNAM

(Last Updated On: November 2, 2021)
  1. The foreign investor is incorporated and registers for doing business in accordance with provisions of laws of countries or territories being parties to treaties to which Vietnam is a signatory or is recognized by the aforesaid countries or territories.
  2. The foreign investor has come into operation for at least 01 year from the date of establishment or registration.
  3. The Certificate of Business Registration or the equivalent document is valid for at least 01 more year from the date of submission of the application.
  4. The scope of operation of the representative office is consistent with that in Vietnam’s Commitments to treaties to which Vietnam is a signatory. Where the scope of operation of the representative office is inconsistent with Vietnam’s Commitments or the foreign investor is not located in the country or territory being party to treaties to which Vietnam is a signatory, the representative office can be established only if relevant Ministers, Heads of ministerial agencies have given approval for establishment of the representative office.

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