Plastic businesses report contradictory earning results

Plastic businesses report contradictory earning results

While many plastic enterprises reported positive results in both revenue and profits in the fourth quarter of last year, there are still enterprises reporting a decline in profits, even suffering losses.
Foreign investors upbeat about the outlook of The CrownX

Foreign investors upbeat about the outlook of The CrownX

A series of major financial institutions in the world have just raised the valuation of Masan's stocks.
Number of profitable Japanese firms operating in Vietnam rises

Number of profitable Japanese firms operating in Vietnam rises

The proportion of Japanese enterprises operating in Vietnam forecast to be profitable in business activities last year is 54.3 percent, up 4.7 points compared to 2020.
Coffee giants tinkering with formula

Coffee giants tinkering with formula

Big-name cafe and beverage brands such as Starbucks, Highlands Coffee, and Phuc Long are promoting the development of kiosk models and closing larger stores in central areas – but it remains to be seen whether this strategy will bring long-term success.
Regional pandemic policy threatening to dampen supply chain improvements

Regional pandemic policy threatening to dampen supply chain improvements

Vietnam’s supply chain still faces headwinds in the third year of the coronavirus pandemic, but positive signs still abound.
PM proposes AstraZeneca continue supplying COVID-19 vaccine, treatment drugs

PM proposes AstraZeneca continue supplying COVID-19 vaccine, treatment drugs

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh hosted a reception in Hanoi on January 19 for Nitin Kapoor, President for Asia Area Frontier Markets at AstraZeneca, and Chairman and General Director of AstraZeneca Vietnam.
ASEAN deepens cooperation with a technological tint

ASEAN deepens cooperation with a technological tint

With ASEAN agreeing upon fostering digital cooperation, Vietnam as an active and responsible member of the bloc is beefing up the application of digital technologies and administrative reforms to facilitate trade and investment activities.
Rising demand for coffee in EU opens doors for increased Vietnamese offerings

Rising demand for coffee in EU opens doors for increased Vietnamese offerings

Europeans love their morning coffee – and Vietnam could continue to profit from this habit if domestic exporters make good use of the trade agreement with the EU. However, the competition remains active too, increasing the pressure from markets like Brazil and Southeast Asia, in addition to the seemingly ever-lasting challenges in freight costs.
Rosier times ahead for Vietnam’s startup scene in 2022

Rosier times ahead for Vietnam’s startup scene in 2022

VIR’s Nha Linh discussed with Ngo Dinh Dat, managing director of ITI Fund, the future of Vietnam’s startup environment, highlighting potential opportunities for entrepreneurs and investment funds.
Masan Group profits increased sevenfold, the highest in its history

Masan Group profits increased sevenfold, the highest in its history

Masan Group Corporation, today announced its preliminary management and unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and financial year 2021.
Expectations muted for holiday bonus

Expectations muted for holiday bonus

Businesses are facing varying levels of pressure to maintain traditional Lunar New Year cash bonus plans for their workforce.
Hanoi’s business households suffer flip-flop rulings

Hanoi’s business households suffer flip-flop rulings

The stagnation and inefficiency of business due to frequent closures in accordance with pandemic prevention and control regulations in Hanoi have piled the pressure on business households in the Vietnamese capital.
Small traders branch out to reach custom

Small traders branch out to reach custom

While traditional handicraft and art sectors have been struggling in recent times, a number of art galleries and art trading companies in Hanoi have increased their online business to adapt to the changing situation.
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