Vietnam has been implementing carbon pricing strategy for lowering greenhouse gas emissions by participating the World Bank’s program “Partnership for Market Readiness”. To read the
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News, indicators and facts of the work of the Green Fiscal Policy Network and our partners in Viet Nam.
09.11.2018 – Hanoi is planning to collect fees from car drivers and the level of this vehicle charge depends on the scope of pollution levels and
04.11.2018 – The Vietnamese government has approved Hanoi’s proposal to charge private vehicles that enter congested areas across the city as part of its efforts to
24.10.2018 – Vietnam’s lawmakers have decided to raise the environmental tax on a number of commodities from January 2019, including hard coal, gasoline, kerosene, plastic bags,
24.10.2018 – According to its energy chief, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is making a decisive shift to clean energy. Coal plants are becoming unviable investments,
27 September 2018 – In Vietnam, non-biodegradable plastic bags are subject to an environmental tax for each kilogram. The tax is set to increase in 2019.
23 February 2018 – The Vietnamese Finance Ministry has proposed raising environmental protection taxes on oil and petroleum products from July 1 to increase tax collection
The distribution of water resources in Vietnam is highly variable both geographically and seasonally. This variability, coupled with the fact that almost 60% of the
30 May 2017 – The Ministry of Finance of Viet Nam plans to increase environmental taxes on HCFC (hydro-chloro-fluoro-carbon) solutions and plastic bags. The move
11 April 2017 – The Vietnamese Finance Ministry recently published a proposal to increase the environmental protection tax on petroleum consumption from the current VNĐ1,000-4,000