The Parliamentary Information Brief No. 3/2022 consists of 17 policy discussion papers, giving an overview of the regulatory framework for consumer protection in Vietnam, discussing the implementation of relevant policies and regulations in Vietnam and some other countries, and producing several recommendations to diverse stakeholders for enhancing and better enforcing consumer protection legislation in Vietnam. The volume cover various aspects of the implementation of consumer protection regulations in Vietnam such as: the compatibility and incompatibility of the Law on Protection of Consumers' Rights 2010 and the Code of Civil Procedure 2015, burden of proof in civil cases related to consumer protection in Vietnam, responsibilities of business entities towards consumers in the context of Industry 4.0, Vietnam's legal framework related to dispute resolution between consumers and business entities, and the participation of social organisations in protecting consumers' rights in accordance to the Law on Protection of Consumers' Rights 2010.
This volume also been presented to Deputies and Committee Members as an additional reference material for the discussion on the Draft Law on Protection of Consumers’ Rights (amended) as part of the ongoing plenary session in Hanoi of the 15th National Assembly of Vietnam
Link to the Parliamentary Information Brief No. 3/2022: https://tinyurl.com/32fchyx4
The Parliamentary Information Brief No. 4/2022 consists of 13 articles papers focusing on various socio-economic issues in Vietnam in the context of post-pandemic recovery such as the impacts of international economic volatility and geopolitics on Vietnam's economy in 2022 and economic outlook 2023, monetary and fiscal policies in the context of reverse aggregate supply shocks, recommendations for improving the legal framework for stock market in Vietnam, real estate market in Vietnam in the context of post-pandemic recovery, programmes and policies for encouraging organic agriculture in the Mekong delta, solutions for developing labour market in the post-pandemic period, and domestic tourism market in Vietnam.
Link to the Parliamentary Information Brief No. 4/2022: https://tinyurl.com/tbywhmmk