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Tuan Bui

Deloitte Vietnam

34 Lang Ha Street

Dong Da District

Hanoi

Vietnam

Tel: +84 (4) 6 288 3568 Ext. 2103

Fax: +84 (4) 6 288 5678

Mobile: +84 (0) 949 621 029

Email: tbui@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/vn

Tuan Bui, Deloitte Vietnam, is the Country Indirect Tax and Customs Leader. He has more than 21 years' experience in providing audit, tax and business advisory to many multinational companies and foreign invested companies in Vietnam. Tuan advises clients on matters including VAT, duties exemption and refund, customs and indirect tax reviews and advisory, and indirect tax audit for large scale projects.

Tuan's specialisation covers such industries as energy and resources, TMT, manufacturing and real estate.

Tuan is a board member of the Vietnam Tax Consultant Association, and regularly represents Deloitte Vietnam to provide comments on draft laws and under-law regulations on tax and customs. He has very strong connections and relationships with the Ministry of Finance, General Department of Customs, General Department of Taxation and their lower authorities in major cities and sea-ports in Vietnam.

Tuan holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii (US), and is a member of CPA Australia and CPA Vietnam

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