Vietnam Tax Alert 2016/Issue 10 | KPMG | VN

Vietnam Tax Alert 2016/Issue 10

Vietnam Tax Alert 2016/Issue 10

Assume Company A incorporated in the United Kingdom invests in Company B in Hong Kong, and then the Hong Kong Company establishes Company C in Vietnam. If Company A assigns its capital in Company B to Company D in the United Kingdom, will Company A be subject to CAT in Vietnam?

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Nowadays, it is a common practice for a foreign investor to enter the Vietnamese market via a holding company or another affiliated company of the group located overseas. We recently notice a number of capital assignment transactions which are carried out overseas, and therefore would draw your attention on the Vietnamese tax obligations arisen from those transactions. Assume Company A incorporated in the United Kingdom invests in Company B in Hong Kong, and then the Hong Kong Company establishes Company C in Vietnam. If Company A assigns its capital in Company B to Company D in the United Kingdom, will Company A be subject to CAT in Vietnam?

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