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Corporate & Commercial

Becamex Law Firm, a fully commercial law firms in Binh Duong province, Vietnam with many qualified lawyers has experienced in working for foreign-invested enterprises (FDI) and states owned corporations as a counsel, has successfully dealt with cases such as establishment of a wholly foreign-invested enterprise, joint venture enterprise, obtaining licenses issued by Vietnamese authorities, consultancy on corporate governance for business activities for FDI enterprises, corporations, states owned corporations, public listed companies, local enterprises in Binh Duong province, Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai province, Binh Phuoc province, Long An province, Tay Ninh province, etc.

Becamex Law Firm advises various corporations from Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Singapore, the Netherlands, etc., to set up its subsidiary or representatives office in Binh Duong province, Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai province, Binh Phuoc province, Long An province, Tay Ninh province, etc.

Becamex Law Firm provides the following legal services:

-          Advising on business structure, document compilation, and preparation, liaising, negotiation with local partners, Vietnamese authorities, obtaining licenses.

-          Advising on obtaining various registrations, approvals issued by Vietnamese authorities.

-          Advising on all legal respects of corporate governance of local, foreign invested enterprises.

-          Advising on organization, management, and structure of enterprises.

-          Advising on all commercial matters of enterprise such as office lease agreements, purchase agreements, sales, distribution agreements, and service agreements.

-          Advising on negotiation with local partners, Vietnamese authorities regarding contractual documents.

-          Advising on advertising, promotion, import and export, customs, product safety, labeling, and warranty in business operation activities of clients.

-          Advising on commercial transactions, investment plans proposed by clients.

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