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YKVN advises South Korean PE firms on series C funding in POPS

23 January 2020 by Asia law

Two PE firms have been counselled to invest $30 million in Vietnam’s digital media platform

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Phuoc & Partners dissolves to form two new firms

22 August 2019 by Asia law

The dissolution of Phuoc & Partners leads to the establishment of two new firms in Vietnam

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LVN & Associates joins an alliance with Watson Farley & Williams (WFW)

12 June 2019 by Asia law

LVN & Associates has joined Watson Farley & Williams’ (WFW) global network, which is now known as Watson Farley & Williams LVN

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Client Service Report: Vietnam 2019

07 January 2019 by Asia law

Client Feedback Analysis

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Mori Hamada & Matsumoto to open office in Ho Chi Minh City in August 2018 *Press Release*

23 July 2018 by Asia law

Mori Hamada & Matsumoto to open office in Ho Chi Minh City in August 2018 *Press Release*

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Partner moves and firm updates for the week of August 21

22 August 2017 by Asia law

Latest news from Australia, Singapore and Vietnam

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Vietnam’s draft competition law targets foreign companies

21 June 2017 by Asia law

Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade has put out a draft competition law that aims to bring the country’s existing competition laws more in line with international markets. Unlike the existing law, the draft law explicitly covers foreign entities, and introduces anti-competition effect and market power concepts. It is expected to be submitted to the National Assembly later this year and will probably come into force in mid-2018.

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Queensland’s new rules extend environmental liability to individuals and related entities

12 May 2017 by Asia law

The government in the Australian state of Queensland could have to spend millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money on environmental liabilities of contaminated sites and has decided to change the law to stop that from happening in the future.