What happened ? Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc resigned from his government and party positions on 17 January 2023. This ostensible reason was to take responsibility for corruption by senior officials under his watch as prime minister (2016-2021).
The American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam said Wednesday that Greg Testerman, CEO of banking advisory firm Gregory Advisory, has been elected its chairman.
Vietnam and Germany have signed three cooperation agreements in defense, energy and vocational training during the visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Vietnam poised to win from next phase of China decoupling but there is no time to waste in upskilling its labor force
High-profile detention triggers bank run at Saigon Joint Stock Commercial Bank.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has called on China to create policies that ease entry for Vietnamese goods, especially agriculture produce.
Be Group seeks to challenge Grab’s dominance in Vietnam: CEO. Be’s app has been installed on over 20 million mobile devices.
Starbucks Vietnam will close its Hanoi outlet after eight years, following the closure of two locations in Vietnam last year.
A combination of geopolitical tensions and higher costs are pushing large firms to look for alternative production sites. Vietnam’s strong economic performance in recent years has drawn the attention of European firms.
Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Vietnam totalled $1.72205 billion in the first quarter of 2022, representing a 13.6 per cent increase from the $1.5153 billion recorded in the corresponding period last year, according to Customs.
The Business Climate Index (BCI) of European companies in Vietnam in Q1 reached its highest level, at 73 points, since the fourth coronavirus wave hit the country last April.
Manufacturing PMI dips as labor shortages and input costs weigh on recovery
Four journalists in central Vietnam have been sent to prison for extorting more than VND260 million ($11,500) from businesses by uncovering wrongdoing on their part and blackmailing them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a boom in e-commerce in Vietnam as consumers shift their spending habits towards online platforms. However, as online sales continue to grow, so does tax evasion.
In officially Communist Vietnam, fortune telling can guide everything from hiring to timing business trips.
The world’s largest trade pact RCEP will boost Vietnam’s trade in the long run as the country becomes part of a bigger supply chain, experts say.
Businesses in the southern Vietnamese metropolis Ho Chi Minh City are facing labour shortages and need around 310,000 workers this year.
Vietnam plans to spend 347 trillion dong ($15.25 billion) for the 2022-23 period to cushion the economic blow from the COVID-19 pandemic and assist businesses hurt by tough curbs, the country’s planning ministry said on Tuesday.
Vietnamese small businesses see greasing palms as a necessity to avoid police harassment.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Vietnamese Embassy in Myanmar have asked Naypyidaw to strengthen measures meant to protect the safety and property of Vietnamese citizens and enterprises in the country, spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang has said.
Vietnam’s President Nguyen Xuan Phuc visited Switzerland and Russia(November25-December 2) to promote his country’s bilateral ties with the two countries.
The renaming of an Oxford college is just one sign of their clout
Nearly 60 deals worth US$30 billion in investment commitments were signed by Vietnamese enterprises and their foreign partners during a recent European business trip taken by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his entourage, according to Vietnamese Deputy Minister of…
Vietnamese and French partners have signed 29 agreements worth billions of dollars during PM Pham Minh Chinh’s official visit to France.
Business leaders say joining CPTPP will help Taiwan brands strengthen supply chains
Zara, Circle K edge out communist country’s family shophouses