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Difficulties in management and compliance faced by investors in cuisine restaurant chains

Demand in the Food and Beverage (F&B) industry is growing rapidly due to the increasing disposable incomes of people along with changes in lifestyle and eating out trends, especially in big cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, etc which has created various demands in cuisine from low end to luxury.

According to the latest survey by Grant Thornton Vietnam on private equity trends in Vietnam, 86% of the respondents expects investment activity to increase in the next 12 months. In this survey, Retailing and Food & Beverage industries are seen as the two most attractive sectors for private equity

In this newsletter, Grant Thornton Vietnam is pleased to share with you about some of the investment policies, tax risks and portfolio of notable difficulties in management and compliance issues in the food and beverage industry (i.e. models of restaurant chains) for you reference.

  1. Some notes on the investment policy
  2. Tax Risk
  3. What are difficulties in management and compliance issues faced by Investors in restaurant chains?
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