To help Clients start business in Vietnam, ANT Consulting introduces the service to assist in setting up business venture in Vietnam.
Foreign investors could make direct investment in Vietnam through?setting up one hundred per cent (100%) capital of foreign investors, or establishing?joint venture between domestic and foreign investors, or ?investing in?the contractual forms of: BCC, BO, BTO, and BT
Types of enterprise for foreign investors to invest?in Vietnam are as following:
A limited-liability company may not issue securities to mobilize capital.
The main difference between Joint Stock Company and Limited Liability Company is the Joint Stock Company can raise funds by offering shares or securities.? In addition, an enterprise tends to join the Stock exchanges or public company must be a Joint Stock Company. ?Management system of Joint Stock Company is more complicated than Liability Company.
Unlimited liability partners must be individuals who shall be liable for the obligations of the company to the extent of all of their assets. ?Limited liability partners shall only be liable for the debts of the company to the extent of the amount of capital they have contributed to the company.
Representative Office is not allowed to directly conduct profit making activities in Vietnam (i.e: the execution of contracts, direct payment or receipt of funds, sale or purchase of goods, or provision of services)
The Branch is permitted to conduct activities being the purchase and sale of goods and other commercial activities consistent with its license for establishment in accordance with the law of Vietnam and any international treaty to which the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a member.
Business co-operation contract (BCC) means the investment form signed between investors in order to co-operate in business and to share profits or products without creating a legal entity.
Build-operate-transfer contract (BOT) means the investment form signed by a competent State body and an investor in order to construct and operate commercially an infrastructure facility for a fixed duration; and, upon expiry of the duration, the investor shall, without compensation, transfer such facility to the State of Vietnam.
Build-transfer-operate contract (BTO) means the investment form signed by a competent State body and an investor in order to construct an infrastructure facility; and, upon completion of construction, the investor shall transfer the facility to the State of Vietnam and the Government shall grant the investor the right to operate commercially such facility for a fixed duration in order to recover the invested capital and gain profits.
Build-transfer contract (BT) means the investment form signed by a competent State body and an investor in order to construct an infrastructure facility; and, upon completion of construction, the investor shall transfer the facility to the State of Vietnam and the Government shall create conditions for the investor to implement another project in order to recover the invested capital and gain profits or to make a payment to the investor in accordance with an agreement in the BT contract.
Foreign investors may sign BOT, BT and BTO contracts with a competent State body to implement infrastructure construction projects in Vietnam. Typically, the contracts are for projects in the fields of transportation, electricity production, water supply, drainage and waste treatment.