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Vietnam plans $679 mln tax cut for small businesses: fin ministry

Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 09:02 GMT+7
Vietnam plans $679 mln tax cut for small businesses: fin ministry
A woman works at Maxport garment company in Hanoi, Vietnam May 15, 2019. Picture taken May 15, 2019. Photo: Reuters

HANOI -- Vietnam plans a 15.84 trillion dong ($679 million) cut in corporate income tax for small-sized enterprises this year to help them overcome the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Finance said on Monday.

The ministry is seeking a 30% cut in corporate income tax for companies with annual revenue of less than 50 billion dong ($2.15 million) and fewer than 100 employees, it said in a statement, adding that the plan is pending government approval.

Small firms account for 93% of the 760,000 companies in the Southeast Asian country, the ministry said.


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