GBS - Starting a new business in Vietnam is time-consuming and costly, said a recent report released by the International Finance Corporation and the World Bank. According to the report, it would take an investor only three days to complete two business procedures, costing about 0.9 percent of the annual income per capital in Canada and it is almost the same in Australia.
Meanwhile, registering a new business in Vietnam takes nearly 50 days to go through about nine formalities, costing roughly 50 percent of the annual income per capital.
According to a recent survey conducted in the north, businesses must pay at least 13 visits to three kinds of state offices to complete their business licenses.
At the provincial level, the agencies, including departments of planning and investment, taxation and police are responsible for granting business licenses; but they do not effectively cooperate with each other.
As a result, enterprises have to prepare many documents with overlapping content to different agencies.
In addition, they cannot complete several formalities at the same time but have to go through a one-by-one process.
Although some localities are experimenting with online support for registration, most of the formalities are still dealt manually at relevant head offices.
Experts said it would set a good precedent to simplify business licenses if a 'one-door' model is applied for the three relevant offices.
There should be a representative agency where enterprises can apply for permits and completing these permits is the internal responsibility of state offices.
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