Multinationals look to build up bases despite infrastructure and labour issues
Vietnam and Singapore are planning to launch a green lane for business and official travel by the start of next year.
Vietnam has agreed to allow some South Korean business people to travel between the two countries without having to complete mandatory 14-day anti-coronavirus quarantine, Seoul said on Friday.
Samsung and Apple’s OEM partners are the latest US tariff-eluding manufacturers to shift production from China to Vietnam
US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien told Vietnamese leaders they must curb illegal rerouting of Chinese exports and buy more US goods such as liquefied natural gas and military equipment to avoid punitive American tariffs.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) has given Vietnam and other Asean countries a perfect opportunity to become a centre of investment attraction, said Minister of Industry and Trade, Trần Tuấn Anh.
A webinar hosted by the UK Association of Southeast Asian Nations Business Council has highlighted the strength of the UK-Vietnam trading relationship and the continued opportunities available to both countries.
As the US seeks to decouple from China, is Vietnam becoming the world’s next factory floor ? Vietnam, a frontier market in Southeast Asia, is often named as one of the biggest winners in the US-China trade dispute
The country is making autocratic capitalism work unusually well.
Pham Nhat Vuong’s VinFast is building e-scooters at a $3.5 billion factory in Haiphong.
Vietnam is willing to assist the United Kingdom in joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), Le Thi Thu Hang, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said at a press meeting in Hanoi on Thursday.
Hotels with ‘for sale’ signs have mushroomed across different parts of Vietnam, despite a scarcity in buyers.
Vietnam’s largest private firm Vingroup has rebutted a Reuters report that the multi-sector conglomerate was considering selling controlling stakes of its private hospital chain Vinmec and private school business Vinschool.
Chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong has proposed that HCMC be turned into a world financial hub, using its infrastructure, economic growth and investment environment.
Commercial property owners and tenants in Vietnam have been facing uncertain times as they take hits from the blows of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
A proposed amendment to a government decree on advertising will require international advertising service providers to block and remove illegal contents when demanded by authorities.
Members of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) sold 24,002 automobiles in June, up 26 per cent compared to the previous month but down 13 per cent year on year.
A tech-savvy population, a fast-growing economy, and the perks of being first in an emerging market — Vietnamese entrepreneur Le Thanh saw the potential in booming Ho Chi Minh City for his start-up transforming coffee grounds into masks.
Vietnam’s government will sell its remaining 36 per cent stake in the country’s largest brewer Sabeco by the end of this year, according to a government document released this week.
At least 1,523 firms in Ho Chi Minh City completed procedures for corporate dissolution in the first quarter of 2020 as the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic pummels the southern metropolis.
International finance has its share of gripping personal sagas: the Rothschilds’ role in shaping modern nations, the repeated rise and fall of Portugal’s Espirito Santo family and China’s Cultural Revolution survivors who now run some of the world’s biggest banks.
Local enterprises have urged the Government to soon activate support policies to help them overcome difficulties in production and business due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The European Parliament approved a free-trade agreement with Vietnam after winning concessions from Hanoi that may show the way for ratification of a bigger commercial deal between Europe and South America.
The European Union agreed on Wednesday to open its markets wider to Vietnam, while closing its trade doors to Cambodia, rewarding Hanoi for its progress on labour guarantees and sanctioning Phnom Penh for human rights abuses.