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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all corners of the world, causing many negative impacts on the economies of many countries, including Vietnam. Faced with these influences, the Government of Vietnam has adopted many policies and laws to regulate the banking system, especially investment and business activities of commercial banks. The article is based on the use of secondary documents from the State Bank of Vietnam, commercial banks, domestic and foreign studies on legal policies on investment business activities of commercial banks and recommendations on improving legal policies on business investment activities of commercial banks as a basis and conditions for businesses and people to resume production and business.
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