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The Law on Enterprise No 68/2014/QH13 and the Law on Investment No 67/2014/QH13 were passed by the 13th National Assembly at the 8th session of 2014 to replace the Law on Enterprise No. 60/2005/QH11 and the Law on Investment No 59/2005/QH11 and officially came into effect from July 1st, 2015. With the strong reforms on issues related to business registration procedures, investment registration, these two laws have created a solid legal framework and strengthened the principle that “Everyone has the right to freedom of business in the sectors and trades that are not prohibited by law” as stipulated in Article 33 of the Constitution 2013. However, after more than 03 years of application, the provisions of the Law on Enterprise 2014 (LDN 2014) and the Law on Investment 2014 (LĐT 2014) have revealed some issues that need to be considered to ensure freedom business and human rights in accordance with the spirit of the Constitution.
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