Army Day——Historical Origin Aug02

Army Day——Historical Origin

On the 1st August 1927, the Chinese Communist Party launched the Nanchang Uprising , which marks the 1st shot of the armed resistance against the kuomintang reactionaries which started a new era in the creation of the People’s Army. On the 11th July,1933, upon the decision of the provisional cent...

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The extent of facilitation of doing business in India under Modi Jul27

The extent of facilitation of doing business in India under Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently completed four years in office and elections are soon approaching. He has used his time in office to recapitalize the banks, overhaul century old insolvency laws, put stale projects in force and to implement a central tax system, the results of which are only surfacing now. In the previous qu...

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The forms of investment in Italian state bonds Jul26

The forms of investment in Italian state bonds

Government Bonds are financial instruments issued by national governments in order to face their respective nations needs and to deal with different institutional activities. To invest in Government Bonds is an opportunity that many savers do indeed enjoy, thanks to the risk-factor being perceived as low/mild on these kinds of invest...

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FDI in Vietnam 2018: statistics and main challenges Jul25

FDI in Vietnam 2018: statistics and main challenges

Vietnam has been evaluated as a business-friendly environment among the ASEAN community and the world, thanks to its significant GDP growth, stable society and the effort of its government to become a trustworthy partner.  Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in this country is considered remarkable despit...

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How US – China potential trade war impacts on Vietnam? Jul20

How US – China potential trade war impacts on Vietnam?

Earlier this month, the US imposed 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth Chinese goods. The Chinese government immediately hit back with tariffs on US goods worth the same value. From then on, both sides have threatened to take more serious actions on the issue which could possibly turn into an unpredictable trade war, damaging the e...

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Will the revision of Individual Income Tax Law reduce our tax? Jul20

Will the revision of Individual Income Tax Law reduce our tax?

Since the law of the People's Republic of China on individual income tax law amendment (draft) was published on June 29, 2018, it has since gained a heated social response and people from all walks of life have developed positive discussions. Here, we have chosen several personal related issues to discuss and share with you all. ...

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The new 2018 “Negative lists” for foreign investments Jul20

The new 2018 “Negative lists” for foreign investments

In China, not all industry sectors are open to foreign direct investment. Since 1995, every two to five years, the PRC government has been publishing the catalogues for the guidance of foreign investment industries (Catalogues), which list the specific industrial sectors in which foreign investors could operate within. In the Catalo...

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The importance of Design Registration in India Jul20

The importance of Design Registration in India

The term design, as defined in the Designs Act, 2000 is known as the design, the surface pattern or the shape associated with a product or an article which is unique in nature. It is a feature applied to any article with the sole purpose of attracting consumers. The Act provides for registration of designs that are new and original ...

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Marriage and Fidelity obligation: what constitutes a breach? Jul20

Marriage and Fidelity obligation: what constitutes a breach?

It is a common view, typical of our society and its monogamous culture, to consider that a good relationship shall always be exclusive and preserved from any possible interference from any betrayal or adulteress. In the Italian civil code, this view is perfectly represented by the article 143, which states that “marriage foresees t...

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Can E-mail be deemed as evidence in Court? The Italian Case-law Jul20

Can E-mail be deemed as evidence in Court? The Italian Case-law

In the majority of civil litigations, e-mails represent fundamental evidence that parties may produce to prove their respective claims. After all, communication nowadays are mostly conducted in digital form, and the traditional exchange of written letters is becoming rarer day by day: the advent of the internet and of the new techn...

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