Markets and food outlets rush  to stock up and protect prices

Markets and food outlets rush to stock up and protect prices

Many supermarket chains and stores have prepared plans to stock up goods and bump up staff numbers, as well as commit to stabilising prices to ensure that they can meet the demand in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as social distancing measures bite into everyday life.
Packages look to end of pandemic struggle

Packages look to end of pandemic struggle

A social security package worth $1.1 billion has been approved by the government to support workers and employers facing difficulties due to the impact of the pandemic
Women fight to make use of targeted pandemic support

Women fight to make use of targeted pandemic support

The global health crisis has created significant challenges for almost all businesses, but ensuring the rights of employees, especially female workers, in this difficult period seems to have become the responsibility of not only enterprises but also state agencies and international organisations.
Groups step forward to aid tourism

Groups step forward to aid tourism

Nearly 100,000 people in Vietnam’s tourism industry have registered to participate in and also contribute to the country’s vaccine socialisation programme, which is attempting to aid the recovery of the tourism industry.
Piloting border reopening for fully vaccinated foreign travellers

Piloting border reopening for fully vaccinated foreign travellers

Although it is not possible to open all destinations, Vietnam’s tourism industry is building sandbox models to welcome vaccinated international guests, after being greenlit by the government to pilot such programmes at some tourist destinations.
Businesses looking forward to social security measures

Businesses looking forward to social security measures

In addition to the desire to receive tax and financial support, many businesses also expect the government’s new support package to include more social security incentives to support businesses..
Safe, colourful Mu Cang Chai

Safe, colourful Mu Cang Chai

While building Mu Cang Chai’s tourism into and sustainable industry, the district’s authorities in Yen Bai province are actively developing its infrastructure and aims to promote new agro-tourism products to prepare for the first wave of tourists after the pandemic.
Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Vietnamese producers continue to have a faint imprint on the world’s deep-processed coffee market, and many small businesses are now beginning to pay more attention to branding, while larger ones seek new ways to increase export output.
A platform to support women’s entrepreneurship

A platform to support women’s entrepreneurship

UN Women is making efforts to upgrade the position of Vietnamese women in the family and wider society. Elisa Fernandez Saenz, UN Women representative in Vietnam, talked with Hoang Oanh about solutions to support Vietnamese women in the startup process.
Tourism businesses face risk of labour crisis

Tourism businesses face risk of labour crisis

The latest wave of COVID-19 has dealt a demoralising blow to Vietnam’s tourism industry and continued to keep nearly five million tourism workers in unemployment.
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