United States Investments into Businesses in Vietnam may Decrease due to new Data Rules
Uniic Media Newsletter - Friday - Sept. 9th, 2022
The DOJ will Appeal Judge Aileen Cannon’s Special Master Approval
According to the DOJ and their court filing issues yesterday, the documents taken from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last month weren’t his “personal records” and “he has no right to possess them.” This is what the DOJ presented to its upcoming appeal to the United States District Judge Aileen Cannon and her ruling for a special master to look at the documents taken from Trump’s estate.
The DOJ asked that there be a partial stay of Aileen Cannon’s ruling while the appeal is pending. They said, “the government and the public are irreparably injured when a criminal investigation of matters involving risks to national security are enjoined.”
The GOP Pushes to Rid the November Midterms of Mail-In Voting
The main push of the Republican party has recently been to enact blockages on mail-in voting. The form of voting became very popular during the 2020 election — obviously due to the spark of Covid — and has become the fuel to the fire that is Donald Trump’s false claims that he was robbed of the election win.
18 states have currently passed new legal limits on the mail-in voting system as they’ve cited multiple security concerns. Some of the limitations include extra identification as well as a shortening of the window in which voters using the mail can request or cast their votes.
The United Kingdon Prepares for a Solemn Day
The British Throne will be taken over by King Charles the 3rd as he returns to London from the Balmoral Castle in Scotland today, the day after Queen Elizabeth II, his mother, died. He will deliver an inaugural address to the country of Britain sometime in the late afternoon. It will be the centerpiece of a sad day of remembrance.
Some people say that it will emphasize the community of governance in Britain’s constitutional monarch as Charles will share an audience with the newly elected Prime Minister, Liz Truss.
New Data Rules in Vietnam may have a “Considerable Impact” on Investments from U.S. Companies
A new regulation in Vietnam is set to make tech firms store data locally and set up local offices. According to some United States business groups, this is creating massive waves of uncertainty and could eventually have a “considerable impact” on investments.
The Prime Minister, Pham Minh Chinh, joined the United States Chamber of Commerce, the American Chamber of Commerce Hanoi, and the Asia Internet Coalition to say the new regulations would make it impossible for companies to accurately assess the costs of moving and doing business in Vietnam. The letter read, "The wording of certain articles/clauses...is ambiguous and creates uncertainty as to what compliance actions are necessary.”
The businesses also requested in the letter that the Vietnamese government provide more thorough guidance as to how to maneuver the regulation’s rules. The rules are expected to go into effect on October 1st and apply to tech companies as well as telecommunication companies.
The Club of Growth is Promoting Potential Donald Trump Opponents Amid the 2024 Election
At one moment in the lead-up to his 2016 victory, and much throughout his presidency, The Club of Growth was one of Donald Trump’s most outspoken champions. However, it is now taking the steps to promote possible Trump rivals amid the 2024 presidential election.
Events are being held with possible 2024 candidates by the group and the group has also aided in funneling millions of dollars to the political outfits aligned with multiple other candidates. Those involved have said that they expect Donald Trump to win the GOP nominee for the 2024 presidential race. However, the current flirting with other GOP candidate potentials has represented tensions with Trump.