If approved by lawmakers, tax write-offs will be limited by a company's debt-equity ratio
Documents clarifying the new laws allowing non-Vietnamese to buy houses are awaited to make things clearer
Court ruled that Kien Giang traffic officers made up violations and wrongfully suspended his license
Finance ministry wants to reduce deductions, saying some companies have declared 'enormous' interest payments
Lawmakers say the country loses more than it gains from outlawing gambling activities, which they say are prevalent anyway
The government has been criticized for refusing to legalize gender reassignment
Some prisons award well-behaved inmates 24 hours with their family in aptly named 'happy houses'
A lack of legal and financial support means many victims of abuse have to keep living with their exes
He was accused of ignoring the defendant's prior conviction and allowed him to stay out of jail
The ministry says the process is not necessary and even allows corruption to occur
The government does not recognize sex change but seeks to allow those who have had gender reassigned to change their...
Teachers burn electoral material and raid facilities in Mexico amid calls for a boycott of midterm elections
Most of the naysayers are police officers who call the proposed legislation 'nonsense'
Members of the National Assembly have not been supportive of allowing convicts to trade money for life