Hai Duong to postpone receiving foreign employees and experts from August 1

Hai Duong to postpone receiving foreign employees and experts from August 1

Hai Duong will stop receiving foreign employees and experts to enter or register for isolation at local hotels, effective from August 1 until further notice.
Task force to bump up project efficiency

Task force to bump up project efficiency

The government’s establishment of a task force to resolve challenges revolving around the disbursement of registered capital for large-scale foreign-invested projects is expected to help problematic ventures push forward in implementation.
$1.82 billion Thai Binh 2 Thermal Power Plant urged to begin operation in 2022

$1.82 billion Thai Binh 2 Thermal Power Plant urged to begin operation in 2022

DPM Le Van Thanh asked the investor and authorities to complete the unfinished segment of Thai Binh 2 Thermal Power Plant to take it into operation in 2022.
Animal feed producers find fault in ruling

Animal feed producers find fault in ruling

Animal feed producers are demanding removal of a regulation on conformity declaration for animal feed and supplements only weeks after it came into effect, saying the new rules are needless and wasteful.
Billionaire Tran Ba Duong withdraws from Hung Vuong

Billionaire Tran Ba Duong withdraws from Hung Vuong

Chairman Tran Ba Duong and other THACO shareholders have sold the corporation's remaining shares in Hung Vuong JSC after proving unable to rescue the company.
Quang Ninh discloses criteria for $2 billion LNG power project

Quang Ninh discloses criteria for $2 billion LNG power project

Along with financial potential and experience, investors looking to develop the Quang Ninh LNG power project will have to comply with 10 other criteria.
MoLISA thrashes out latest labour bailout proposals

MoLISA thrashes out latest labour bailout proposals

As both employers and employees suffer under the global health crisis, issuing new bailout packages is considered an urgent requirement to not only support their operations and livelihoods but also spur economic growth in the long run.
Vietnam closer to ASF vaccine launch

Vietnam closer to ASF vaccine launch

Vietnam is hoping to launch a commercial vaccine for African swine fever in the next few months, which would make it the first country to succeed in manufacturing a vaccine for the disease, but issues of cost and safety will remain a question for husbandry companies.
Vietnam takes action to clean out ocean environs

Vietnam takes action to clean out ocean environs

By 2030, Vietnam’s fishing and tourism industry will suffer if nothing is done to fight plastic pollution, figures warn.
Beverage battle fizzes up for domestic and foreign players

Beverage battle fizzes up for domestic and foreign players

Non-alcoholic beverage producers in Vietnam have reported impressive growth thanks to the large space for development, which is the basis for both foreign and domestic players’ long-term investment commitment.
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