The Vietnam government has proposed raising foreign ownership limits in a domestic airline from 30% to 49%, while still ensuring that a Vietnamese individual or legal entity remains the major shareholder. The proposal would amend Decree 92/2016/ND-CP, which aims to open the commercial aviation business to more foreign investors. The law governs commercial activities in the civil aviation field, including airlines and airports. The government also plans to double minimum capital ...

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