On October 8, 2021, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) announced a major breakthrough on a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent, expected to be applied from 2023. As a country attracting many foreign investment based on tax incentives policies, especially corporate income tax policies, it is believed that this new regulation would have big impacts on Vietnam’s economy, affecting current FDI projects as well as reducing the power of new investors.
Join EuroCham at this unique event to find out more on:
- What Vietnam planned to keep its attraction in the eyes of foreign investors when tax incentives is no longer an option
- Should Vietnam extend financial support and in what forms to the FDI?
- What Vietnam should do with regards to the infrastructure and human resources in order to remain FDI
- Which countries among ASEAN might be competitors with Vietnam when this commitment comes into effect?
- Will this commitment affect budget revenues of Viet Nam in a negative way and if yes, what are measures to balance?
- View of policy makers in the area of FDI and tax
Ms. Annett Perschmann-Taubert, Partner
Tax and Legal Services – PwC Vietnam
Annett has more than 25 years of professional experience working as a tax adviser with companies from various industries. She has worked with PwC Vietnam for over 14 years. Annett has advised many multinational companies doing business in Vietnam, including investment funds, companies operating in real estate, insurance, retail, pharmaceuticals, services and manufacturing. She has assisted them in structuring their investments in Vietnam as well as provided assistance in tax planning, tax health checks and tax compliance matters. She has also advised on M&A deals and provided tax due diligence reviews.
Mr. Nguyen Anh Duong, Director
Department for General Economic Issues and Integration Studies, CIEM
Duong joined CIEM in 2004. He has various important research papers and policy recommendations to the government of Vietnam on FTAs, macroeconomic policy, digital economy and circular economy. Duong has extensive cooperation under APEC and ASEAN framework. He led the APEC Economic Committee Team to develop the Enhanced APEC Agenda for Structural Reform 2021-2025. He has been leading the implementation of Viet Nam’s action plan for structural reform under APEC since 2011. Since 2019, he represents CIEM at the ASEAN+6 Regional Institute Network (RIN), coordinated by Bangkok Research Center, IDE-JETRO.
- Time: 09.45 – 10.00: Registration, Setup and Rehearsal, 10.00 – 11.30: Presentation, Discussion and Q&A
- Fee: VND 300.000/member, VND 500.000/non-member for registrations and payments completed before C.O.B on 12 August; VND 500.000/member, VND 700.000/non-member for payments afterwards
- Registration in advance is required: by emailing Linh at email@example.com or calling 3 715 2228