New deal promoting fruit and vegetable exports

New deal promoting fruit and vegetable exports

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership coming in effect last week will enable Vietnam’s exports of more fruits and vegetables under official quotas to the deal’s member countries.
Five countries and territories agree to reopen flights with Vietnam

Five countries and territories agree to reopen flights with Vietnam

Five countries and territories – the United States, Japan, Singapore, Cambodia, and Taiwan – agreed to resume air routes to Vietnam, according to information published by the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
Vietnam faces risk of pressure on imported inflation

Vietnam faces risk of pressure on imported inflation

Dependence on imported materials whose prices are expected to rise may cause high inflationary pressure in 2022.
New regulations on origin of goods comes into effect in February

New regulations on origin of goods comes into effect in February

Decree No.111/2021/ND-CP will come into effect on February 15, 2022 providing new rules on goods labelling.
Mitsubishi sells 15 per cent stake in Vung Ang II thermal power plant

Mitsubishi sells 15 per cent stake in Vung Ang II thermal power plant

Shikoku Electric Power from Japan has purchased 15 per cent in Vung Ang II thermal power plant, despite the global trend to move away from coal.
Hyosung Vina Chemical launches $1.3 billion PP plant and LPG storage cavern

Hyosung Vina Chemical launches $1.3 billion PP plant and LPG storage cavern

The PP production plant and underground LPG storage cavern invested by Hyosung Vina Chemicals Co., Ltd. will decrease the dependence on imported materials.
Rooftop solar power taking off in industrial zones

Rooftop solar power taking off in industrial zones

Industrial zone developers are interested in building infrastructure facilities in collaboration with the installation of rooftop solar power, which contributes to helping Vietnam realise commitments on greenhouse gas reduction.
Corporate bond ban may set back M&A progress

Corporate bond ban may set back M&A progress

A ban on credit institutions and commercial banks buying corporate bonds to contribute capital and acquire shares of enterprises is being considered a barrier for investors in carrying out mergers and acquisitions.
Agricultural dealings move to the forefront

Agricultural dealings move to the forefront

Investors in agriculture are eager to get involved in merger and acquisition deals to mobilise capital for recovering and expanding their operations in this country.
Belgian know-how to come to grips with saline intrusion in Mekong Delta

Belgian know-how to come to grips with saline intrusion in Mekong Delta

Each year, saline intrusion becomes a larger problem for the Mekong Delta – and it is now reaching critical levels threatening the sustainable development of Vietnam’s food basket. The crisis requires a long-term strategy with a desalination system in place to help replenish exhausted ecological resources. Company Smart Universal Logistics (SUL) is now testing several systems to keep the good water cheap and affordable of the farmers.
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