A business owner in Hà Nội registers her enterprise through the national business registration portal dangkykinhdoanh.gov.vn. VNS Photo Trương Vị Nguyễn Mạnh Quân, director of the Hà Nội Department of Planning and Investment, talks to Hà Nội Mới (New Hà Nội) newspaper about his department’s resolve to pioneer online business registration Can you tell us about some of the successes Hà Nội authorities have achieved in encouraging new enterprises to register their businesses online? The Hà Nội Department of Planning and Investment in July 2016 started a campaign to encourage new enterprises to register online. By September 2017, all new enterprises were registering online. Up to now, Hà Nội is ranked first in national administrative reform. This has helped the enterprises to save a lot of time and administrative costs, particularly for start-up … [Read more...] about Hà Nội pioneers online business registration
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0 Have your say Business activity in Yorkshire’s economy increased during March despite the first reduction in new orders in nearly three years. Confidence among private business leaders improved to a three month high with the region’s firms forecasting a growth in sales demand for the year ahead.However, according to research published today by NatWest, demand conditions worsened for the first time since July 2016.Employment levels rebounded from the decline seen during February.The figures were published in the NatWest Yorkshire & Humber Business Activity Index - a seasonally adjusted index that measures month-on-month changes in the combined output of the region’s manufacturing and service sectors.The data remained at 52.0 in March, signalling a solid increase in business activity. Moreover, it compared favourably with the UK-wide figure of 50.0 which signalled no-change in national business activity from February.Sector data indicated … [Read more...] about Yorkshire business activity rises dispite reduction in orders
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Small high street firms breathe sigh of relief as business rates fall BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Britain’s army of small high street firms will be given rare good news on Monday when they share tax cuts worth half a billion pounds as business rates bills are slashed across England. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/uk-world/small-high-street-firms-breathe-sigh-of-relief-as-business-rates-fall-37969862.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/uk-world/article37969859.ece/96f50/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_08002770-ad30-41f9-be96-c71742875cd4_1 Email Britain’s army of small high street firms will be given rare good news on Monday when they share tax cuts worth half a billion pounds as business rates bills are slashed across England. Weekly Business Digest Newsletter While council tax, prescriptions, utility bills and car tax are all set to rise, thousands of high street shops, pubs and restaurants will be set for a reprieve. In last year’s Autumn … [Read more...] about Small high street firms breathe sigh of relief as business rates fall