Sugarcane producers hit supply snag

Sugarcane producers hit supply snag

Many sugarcane producers in Vietnam are facing difficulties in arranging stable supply sources due to cutthroat domestic competition.
Localities race to complete infrastructure for big gains

Localities race to complete infrastructure for big gains

Many localities around the country are in a race to attract foreign direct investment via various channels including boosting infrastructure development.
Companies stumped by GHG emission obligations

Companies stumped by GHG emission obligations

Although the Vietnamese government is advocating the development of a low-carbon economy, many businesses are scratching their heads over applying proper solutions to make their performance more environmentally friendly.
Room for agro-exports to grow through EVFTA deal

Room for agro-exports to grow through EVFTA deal

While the export turnover of agro-products has taken off since 2020’s arrival of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, ample room still remains neglected due to failure to meet the demand for quality.
Vietnam going for gold with Fortune Global 500 attraction

Vietnam going for gold with Fortune Global 500 attraction

Vietnam targets to attract at least half of the 500 largest global corporations as ranked by Fortune Magazine to offer a presence and operations in this country.
Shipping upgrades targeted for 2030

Shipping upgrades targeted for 2030

Developing a local shipping fleet to serve international routes could widen business prospects for carriers and relieve logistics burdens for exporters.
Industrial zone leaders bemoan murky wastewater regulations

Industrial zone leaders bemoan murky wastewater regulations

Reusing treated wastewater to both water trees and cool down machinery in industrial areas is facing some legal barriers due to a lack of detailed guides.
World’s first vaccine developed for ASF

World’s first vaccine developed for ASF

Vietnam has successfully developed a vaccine to administer to pigs to fight African swine fever, with the aim of becoming the first country in the world to commercially produce and export it.
Foreign groups crave local tech transfers

Foreign groups crave local tech transfers

The process of domestic businesses absorbing external technology is faced with weaknesses due, in part, to the low ratio of foreign-invested high-tech projects in the country.
Businesses baulk at seaport payment inconsistencies

Businesses baulk at seaport payment inconsistencies

Many businesses in the south are suffering from added financial burdens, with newly-introduced seaport fees differing wildly among localities and affecting their activities.
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