Rubber groups aim to cut China reliance

Rubber groups aim to cut China reliance

As China cuts down on its purchase of rubber from Vietnam, the latter has witnessed a sharp decline in its rubber market share in China.
TCP Group's CEO announced a new corporate plan

TCP Group's CEO announced a new corporate plan

During his latest visit to Vietnam, the CEO of TCP Group, the owner of popular Thai energy drinks Red Bull and Warrior, announced the new corporate's business plan.
Competition tightens up for Vietnamese timber sector

Competition tightens up for Vietnamese timber sector

After related US delegations held talks with Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade on trade issues last week, it has become apparent that Vietnam’s wood and timber industry will need to up its game to hold and eventually increase its market share in the United States.
Increasing oil prices setting back gas-related ventures

Increasing oil prices setting back gas-related ventures

Continuing global conflicts and price rises of various commodities are undermining the development and exploitation of oil and gas fields in Vietnam, and collaborations may continue to struggle if inflation pressures persist.
Right path to further raise Vietnam's credit rating

Right path to further raise Vietnam's credit rating

Van Nguyen talked to Dr. Vu Dinh Anh from the Ministry of Finance's Price Market Research Institute, about the road ahead after the improved credit rating.
Vietnam riding the wave of inflationary unpredictability

Vietnam riding the wave of inflationary unpredictability

Vietnam has managed to keep inflation largely at bay, despite a plethora of internal and external factors threatening to impact its rate – and several analysts recommend continuing on the path with an industrious and positive mindset.
Ample opportunities for Vietnamese businesses in trade

Ample opportunities for Vietnamese businesses in trade

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will be held a trade connection programme from May 20 to 22 in Hanoi to promote the trade activities of local businesses.
Finding the spark to ignite energy goals

Finding the spark to ignite energy goals

Transforming Vietnam into a high-income economy by 2045 requires enough juice to power the nation’s machinery. However, with the heavy reliance on coal, the country also needs to tackle issues regarding climate change, thus accelerating its journey towards utilisation of its abundant renewable energy sources.
Vietnam’s dedicated path to net-zero emissions

Vietnam’s dedicated path to net-zero emissions

Vietnam could make great strides in absorbing and leveraging new technologies as it transitions to a green economy, but it also faces major challenges related to financial, technical, and policy procedures.
ERP puts business advances at centre

ERP puts business advances at centre

The government is implementing the first steps of the Economic Restructuring Plan for 2021-2025, setting out the requirements for a more effective and substantive implementation based on strengthening and maintaining macroeconomic stability, in line with the vital tasks according to the resolution of the 13th Party Congress.
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