Tax Holidays in Indonesia, #MeToo in India, and Mental Health in Vietnam – China Outbound
Our weekly round up of other news affecting foreign investors throughout Asia.
In a bid to attract more investment to support the country’s economic growth, Indonesia recently issued a new regulation granting a 100 percent Corporate Income Tax (CIT) cut to new FDI-backed businesses.
The government has further announced that the tax holiday will now be offered to new investors in all business sectors in the country.
The sexual harassment of women at their workplaces is a rampant and distressing issue.
It not only undermines the confidence of women to work freely, but also leads to a corresponding negative impact on the performance and reputation of the organization.
A 30 minute interview with Chris Devonshire-Ellis covering China’s Belt & Road, including how foreign investors can profit from it.
The interview also touches on China and Russia relations, China-US trade, Belt & Road debt traps, and why sanctions against Russia aren’t working.
The mental healthcare industry in Vietnam is still developing.
The government has established the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP); however, industry observers have noted that the NMHP only covers approximately 30 percent of the country, and uses a very narrow list of mental illness.
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