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Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers

UNIT 2 & 3, LEVEL 13, SAIGON CENTRE, 65 LE LOI, DISTRICT 1, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
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Work +84 8 3821 2382
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Fax +84 4 3520 8206
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www.rajahtannlct.com
Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Phnom Penh and 3 more

Client: Japanese trading company
Testimonial: “All of the team members led by Ms. Que have been working hard to give us a timely response, which contributes a lot to keep our project on schedule. Ms. Que’s advice is based on a deep understanding of the law as well as practice on the ground. We appreciate their assistance a lot.”


Client: Novelis Inc.
Testimonial: “I have been working with LCT Lawyers since 2012 for various projects in Vietnam, and their legal services have been absolutely one of the best I ever received in Vietnam or any other part of the region. Ms. Que and Mr. Duc Trinh are my main contacts at LCT Lawyers and they are the most competent and effective legal counsel I have ever met. I would recommend LCT Lawyers and Ms. Que and Mr. Trinh to my colleagues without hesitation.”


Client: Unishine Corporation
Testimonial: “Through the former LCT Lawyers  or the present Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers, we have experienced a consistent quality of legal services from the team led by Miss Vu Thi Que . They are precise, efficient, professional and above of all, enthusiastic in their services.”

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  • The Law On Price by Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, LNT & Partners

    On 6/20/2012, the National Assembly voted to adopt the Law on Price (the "LOP") in response to the public demand for an effective legal framework to control price manipulation from dominant enterprises such as gasoline, electricity, etc. The law will take effect from 01/01/2013 and repeal Ordinance No. 40/2002/PL-UBTVQH10 dated 26/4/2002 of the National Assembly Standing Committee (the "Ordinance"), which is conceived as outdated and containing certain provisions contravening the WTO’s regulation. This article describes the main features of the law and provides some insight into its potential impacts on the Vietnamese economy.