On July 23, FV Hospital received a merit award at an Honour Ceremony for organisations and individuals who fulfilled their tax obligations in 2017. FV Hospital was one of 198 organisations invited to the Honour Ceremony of the Ho Chi Minh City Tax Department which recognised groups and individuals who proactively paid taxes and abided by tax policies and laws. These timely payments are a valuable contribution to the budget of the City, which increased 16.8 per cent from 2016.
Ms. Tran Le Quyen – CFO of FV Hospital received the merit award from the Ho Chi Minh City Tax Department
Every month FV Hospital promptly pays all of its taxes and strives to abide by current tax policies and regulations. Thanks to its financial strength and steady revenue stream, FV is able to satisfy not only the staff’s financial obligations but the State’s requirements, contributing to the sustainable development of the company and for Ho Chi Minh City, generally.
At the ceremony, Chairman of the People’s Committee of HCMC Mr Nguyen Thanh Phong stated that the City is committed to facilitating the most favourable conditions for its citizens, and to strengthening and expanding those policies which support businesses in order to improve their competitiveness.
FV Hospital is committed to being a leading healthcare provider in Asia, and to doing its part to ensure Ho Cho Minh City continues to be a thriving hub for Vietnam and the region.