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Comparing Decree 80/2021/ND-CP and Small and medium enterprises play a huge role in the economic growth of many countries or regions, both in Decree 39/2018 on supporting small and medium enterprises

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Small and medium enterprises play a huge role in the economic growth of many countries or regions, both in developed and developing countries. Small and medium-sized enterprises operating in all fields of the national economy from industrial production, construction, trade, and services... meet the increasingly diverse and abundant needs of consumers. Small and medium enterprises are a large part of the system of economic organizations in Vietnam. Recently, the Government has issued Decree 80/2021/ND-CP to replace Decree 39/2018/ND-CP on supporting small and medium enterprises.

Decree 80/2021/ND-CP guiding the Law on Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

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On August 26, 2021, the Government issued Decree 80/2021/ND-CP guiding the Law on Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.

Accordingly, small and medium-sized enterprises receive technology support from the Government as follows:

  • Support up to 50% of the contract value of technology transfer consulting contract suitable to the enterprise but not exceeding 100 million VND/contract/year/enterprise;
  • Support up to 50% of the contract value of consulting digital transformation solutions for businesses on business processes, administration, production, technology and business model transformation, but not exceeding VND 50 million/contract /year/enterprise for small enterprises and 100 million VND/contract/year/enterprise for medium enterprises;…

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Assessment of the Impact of COVID-19 on MSMEs, and especially women-led MSMEs, in Viet Nam

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New points relating to supporting Women-Owned business in replacement Workshop on Government Decree No.39/ 2018 /ND-CP

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According to the General Statistics Office, by the end of 2019 Vietnam had total 285.000 women-owned enterprises (24% of all business that is already operating). General Statistics Office indicated that, most of women's businesses (93,2%) %) are micro and small businesses and 79,2% operate mainly in the service industry. Due to limited resources, low financial capacity, lack of knowledge and skill about information & communication technology (ICT) and especially gender stereotypes in family and business, woman-led companies met and faced many obstacles and challenges. Besides, these obstacles made women-owned business cannot fully exploit their development potential.

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