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Yes, foreign investors can register a 100% foreign-owned company in most industries under the laws of Vietnam.
There are 2 types of company investors can consider when setting up a company in Vietnam:
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Joint Stock Company (JSC)
It is not required for most industries under the laws, therefore, investors can consider capital demand for intended business activities in Vietnam.
No, it is not. Most businesses are allowed for 100% foreign ownership.
Yes, it is. Virtual office address is also acceptable for small business.
There are 2 business licenses for a normal company, which does not need special approval or sub-license:
- Investment Registration Certificate (IRC)
- Enterprise Registration Certificate (ERC)
Yes, it can. There is no limitation on the number of directors.
It usually takes around 30 days to register it.
If the founder is an individual, it is required to prepare:
- Bank statement;
- Office lease contract in Vietnam
If the founder is a company, it is required to prepare:
- Incorporation certificate;
- Article of association;
- Financial statement of the previous year;
- Bank statement of the company;
- Office lease contract in Vietnam;
- Passport of the legal representative of the company.
If the said documents are issued overseas, they must be consular legalized at the Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in that country.
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