Outbound tours to Europe rocked by passport tangle

Outbound tours to Europe rocked by passport tangle

A number of Vietnamese outbound travel companies have already been affected by the decision of some European nations to not recognise Vietnam’s new passports.
Retailers jostle for superiority

Retailers jostle for superiority

The boom of e-commerce in the rental market space in commercial centres has forced developers to assert their distinct identities.
Processing prevents EU agro-increase

Processing prevents EU agro-increase

While the sharp increase in food prices across Europe has opened up prospects for Vietnamese agricultural exporters, processing issues remain at the forefront.
Major coffee chains attempt to wade through price storm

Major coffee chains attempt to wade through price storm

Beverage chains are struggling under the pressure of increasing selling prices due to sky-high costs of fuel and raw materials.
AEON Vietnam committed to more sustainable consumption

AEON Vietnam committed to more sustainable consumption

During its 10-year journey in Vietnam, AEON has strived to fulfil its commitment to promote green consumption by offering environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic bags and single-use plastic products, demonstrating the role of one of the leading retailers in Vietnam.
Crafting a preferential plastics policy for businesses to grasp their crucial role

Crafting a preferential plastics policy for businesses to grasp their crucial role

Assoc Prof. Dr. Nguyen Dinh Tho, general director of the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment shared with VIR’s Hoang Oanh about his desire to accompany businesses in providing reasonable advice and policies to build a circular economy for plastics by 2030.
Vietnam’s sleeping cities revive once again

Vietnam’s sleeping cities revive once again

The return of night tourism activities such as sightseeing tours, walking streets, and specialised entertainment venues for young people has brought nightlife in many big cities in Vietnam back to a vibrant state, almost as if the pandemic never happened.
Promoting circular economy from white pollution reduction

Promoting circular economy from white pollution reduction

With as much as 400 million tonnes of additional plastic waste produced worldwide every year, Vietnam has committed to help solve this issue, and VIR will discuss the important topic in its upcoming series of talk shows, starting from June 6, 2022.
Lack of blockchain training obstructing real progress

Lack of blockchain training obstructing real progress

The lack of curriculum and well-trained blockchain training facilities has forced businesses in the field to take on the role of recruitment and training at the same time.
Australia and Vietnam work together on gender equality for stronger economies

Australia and Vietnam work together on gender equality for stronger economies

The Australian-funded GREAT programme hosted the symposium Engaging Women in Markets – Scaling up Local Successes Nationwide in Hanoi on May 27.
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