Bonanza within reach with introduction of RCEP deal

Bonanza within reach with introduction of RCEP deal

With the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership set to take effect next year, more opportunities are around the corner for Vietnam to attract more investment and expand its trade with foreign partners.
Evaluating the reach of support in turbulent times

Evaluating the reach of support in turbulent times

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing unprecedented damage to Vietnam’s economy when, for the first time, third-quarter GDP plunged 6.17 per cent, causing profound impacts on development not only for this year but also in successive years.
US businesses consider fresh tactics for optimal operations

US businesses consider fresh tactics for optimal operations

American companies in Vietnam are continuing to strive for a return to normal operations as some struggle with labour issues and flexible adaption to a post-pandemic world.
Setting up for decades of economic advances

Setting up for decades of economic advances

Vietnam is embarking upon its next development stage as a higher middle-income country pursuing innovation to achieve further sustainable development, thus creating a new growth model based on higher productivity.
Vietnam, Japan hold environmental policy dialogue

Vietnam, Japan hold environmental policy dialogue

Vietnamese Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha and Japanese Minister of the Environment Tsuyoshi Michael Yamaguchi have discussed measures to further foster cooperation between the two countries in the area of environment and climate change response, focusing on the implementation of commitments made by the Prime Ministers of the two nations at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26).
Vietnam urged to stay ahead of the game in FDI attraction

Vietnam urged to stay ahead of the game in FDI attraction

The growing competition among developing countries for foreign direct investment has revealed many of the disadvantages of Vietnamese industrial zones and the need to upgrade their facilities to attract more investors.
Vietnam and Norway promote trade cooperation through online conference

Vietnam and Norway promote trade cooperation through online conference

To honour and further intensify the trade relationship between Vietnam and Norway, both nations will hold an online trade promotion conference on November 25.
Vietnam eyes 4 GW offshore wind power capacity by 2030

Vietnam eyes 4 GW offshore wind power capacity by 2030

Vietnam will increase offshore wind power capacity to 4 GW from 1 GW and onshore wind power capacity to nearly 17.34 GW from about 1.26 GW by 2030, according to the latest draft of the National Power Development Plan VIII.
Malaysia steps up trade promotion in Vietnam

Malaysia steps up trade promotion in Vietnam

Vietnam and Malaysia still have large room to step up trade cooperation in such fields as food, beverages, and personal care products, heard the Malaysia-Vietnam Trade Promotion Programme held by the Malaysia Trade Office in Vietnam (Matrade) in Ho Chi Minh City on November 23.
Learning from others in national control of inflation

Learning from others in national control of inflation

Utilising lessons learnt and the flexible management of fiscal and monetary policies, Vietnam may easily avoid the risk of inflation, despite the sharp increase in the cost of logistics, materials, and fuel.
Major market drivers to offer stimulus for stock objectives

Major market drivers to offer stimulus for stock objectives

Vietnam’s equity market has witnessed a significant bounce in the last few months of the year thanks to the economic V-shaped recovery and the large influx of domestic retail investors. Now, it is hoped that Vietnam will sooner rather than later be elevated to the status of an emerging market.
National debt targets within reach despite precarious year

National debt targets within reach despite precarious year

Vietnam will continue to closely control its public debt until the end of the year amid an increase in spending on fighting the health crisis and supporting local enterprises to move smoothly over to the new year.
Vietnam wins big tea contract with Malaysian partner

Vietnam wins big tea contract with Malaysian partner

Nam Son Co., Ltd and Asia Tea of Vietnam will supply tea to Kong Wooi Fong Tea Merchants Sdn Bhd based in Malaysia under a contract worth up to 2 million USD.
Vietnam to be fastest-growing e-commerce market in Southeast Asia by 2026: Report

Vietnam to be fastest-growing e-commerce market in Southeast Asia by 2026: Report

Vietnam is expected to be the fastest-growing e-commerce market in Southeast Asia by 2026, with e-commerce Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) reaching 56 billion USD by 2026, 4.5 times the estimated value of 2021, according to a report by Facebook and Bain & Company.
Vietnam setting sights on medicinal herb scale-up

Vietnam setting sights on medicinal herb scale-up

The reopening of the Chi Ma-Ai Diem border gate in Lang Son last month to import medicinal herbs and raw materials from China is putting pressure on the implementation of domestic production of similar products.
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