The transportation system in Vietnam’s biggest metropolis is undergoing a facelift as Vietnam’s largest urban area rolls out its ambitious smart city strategy.
Singapore-based investors flock to the Vietnamese stock market as the country offers strong growth and safety against global volatilities.
At the threshold of a new era for mergers and acquisitions, Vietnam is requiring a further push from both policymakers and businesses to ensure continued success of the booming market.
As Vietnam tightens its grip on transfer pricing, firms are being advised to keep themselves posted on how to record transactions of related parties.
A number of commercial banks have disclosed positive results for the first six months of 2019.
VinaCapital took over the business of Smartly Pte., Ltd., one of the first robo-advisory investment platforms to launch in Singapore.
Over the past 25 years, American investors have increased their involvement in Vietnam’s financial sector, a trend expected to continue as the country deepens its capital market and young startups look for funding and guidance.
Tetra Pak celebrates its 25th anniversary in Vietnam by opening a multi-million-dollar factory and repeating its commitment to sustainability and Industry 4.0.
Banks in Vietnam race to offer loans for household solar energy projects, using low interest rates and long repayment periods as incentives.
Supply chain finance is gaining prominence as the global trade instability brings attention to Vietnam and domestic companies seek opportunities to partner with multinational buyers.
The Ho Chi Minh City-based workshop last week was New Zealand’s latest effort to improve the fruit production chain in Vietnam.
Vietnam is well on its way to adopting the International Financial Reporting Standards to promote transparency, but vast differences between these standards and the Vietnam Accounting Standards may pose a challenge to domestic businesses.
Businesses in Vietnam must focus on sustainable practices if they desire long-term growth from regional manufacturing shifts and rising overseas capital inflows.
The global trade war is expected to quicken the production shift to Vietnam as part of its spillover effect on China and the ASEAN, said Maybank Group in today’s conference in Singapore.
With the latest approval to list on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange, potential investors are approaching new opportunities to acquire a large amount of state-held stake in national flag-carrier Vietnam Airlines, but strong attention is forecast to occur only in the short term.