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Firms owing social insurance payments in Dong Nai forbidden to leave Vietnam

Authorities in Dong Nai Province in the South has issued a document to forbid enterprises owning social insurance payments temporarily until they finish their duty.

Chief inspector of the provincial Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Van Canh explains regulations to a represetative (Photo: SGGP)

Chief inspector of the provincial Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Van Canh explains regulations to a represetative (Photo: SGGP)

Chief inspector of the provincial Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Van Canh yesterday said that People’s Committee decided to forbid six legal representative of these violating companies from leaving Vietnam.
Violators include Lilama 45.1 in the Nhon Trach Industrial Park No.1 in Phuoc Thien Commune in Nhon Trach District; Lilama 45.4 in Bien Hoa Industrial Park No. 2 in Bien Hoa Town; Traffic Construction Company Dong Nai in Trang Dai ward in Bien Hoa Town; MTV K&T Company in Xuan Hoa ward in Long Khanh Town; Tri Minh Phat in Long Binh ward in Bien Hoa Town and Hanul Line Vietnam in Long Khanh Town.
The measure which has been applied by the labor sector in Dong Nai for the very first time has proved effective because owner of Hanul Line, a Korean man, repaid more than VND4.7 billion ($202,540) that the company owed the social insurance agency after he was prevented from leaving the Southeast Asian country.

By TIEN MINH - Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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