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List of steps
(Total number of steps: 10)
Obtain Investment certificate  (2)
Obtain authenticated copies of investment certificate  (1)
Obtain amended seal and seal registration certificate  (3)
Obtain adjusted certificate of tax registration  (2)
Publish in newspaper  (1)
Update bank account details  (1)

Preview & Print

Publish in newspaper
(last modified: 5/28/2015)


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Timeframe ( ver detalles )

Espera hasta paso siguiente

VND 570000
0 mn  -  25 mn
0 days  -  1 day

Contact details

Entity in charge

Any local newspaper

List of news agencies in Danang List of news agencies in Danang

Expected results

Announcement in newspaper 01 - Announcement in newspaper
Invoice VAT 01 - Invoice VAT


1. 01 - Libre deuda de patente
Application for advertisement (original)
given by newspaper agencies for investor to fill-in
2. 01 - Libre deuda de patente
Simple copy of investment certificate


Cost detail


VND  190,000 per issue
- VND 570,000
Publishing fee: 3 consecutive issues - classified ads
issues: 3
Payment methods: cash
Market price ranges from 190, 000 VND (size 6.1 cm x 4.25 cm) to 4,500,000 VND (size 26 cm x 37.5 cm). This price is for reference only

Time frame

Waiting time in queue: Max. 5mn
Attention at counter: Max. 20mn
Waiting time until next step: Max. 1 day

Legal justification

1. Law No. 60/2005/QH11dated 29/11/2005 of National Assembly on Enterprises
Law No. 60/2005/QH11dated 29/11/2005 of National Assembly on Enterprises
Article 28

Additional information

Within thirty (30) days from the date of issuance of investment certificate (or amended investment certificate), the company establishment (or change of business registration contents in the investment certificate) must be published in a written or electronic newspaper in three consecutive issues. Announcement may be made either in Vietnamese or English. Investors can go to any news agencies for announcement, here we would like to document the procedure of Tuoi Tre newspaper for references
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