Trung Nam kicks off Vietnam's largest solar farm project

Trung Nam kicks off Vietnam's largest solar farm project

Trung Nam Group has officially inaugurated the 450MW Trung Nam-Thuan Nam solar farm, the largest of its kind in the country.
Virus not enough to rock the boat of Italian-Vietnamese goods exchange

Virus not enough to rock the boat of Italian-Vietnamese goods exchange

Many countries in the EU are being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and  have closed all external borders for 30 days at least.
Mekong farmers’ livelihoods in peril

Mekong farmers’ livelihoods in peril

Vietnam is taking steps to ensure the country’s food security amidst heavy drought and saline intrusion in the Mekong Delta region.
Novaland among 50 best-performing companies for third consecutive year

Novaland among 50 best-performing companies for third consecutive year

Vietnamese property developer Novaland Group has been ranked among Vietnam’s 50 best-performing businesses in 2018 for the third consecutive year.
Ford launches Roadside Assistance for emergency

Ford launches Roadside Assistance for emergency

Ford Vietnam introduces emergency service Ford 24/7 – Roadside Assistance to support customers anywhere and anytime.
Lennar Corporation introduces US properties to Vietnamese customers

Lennar Corporation introduces US properties to Vietnamese customers

Global Real Corporation(Interhome) joined force with Lennar Corporation– the largest real estate group in the United States – to introduce real estate projects in the US to Vietnamese consumers.
Regulating ride-hailing firms: Do not dampen the development

Regulating ride-hailing firms: Do not dampen the development

As competition is uneven among ride-hailing firms and traditional taxi companies, there is heated debate about how to better regulate new business models.
Farming pressures must be tackled with innovation

Farming pressures must be tackled with innovation

As climate change continues to cause unusual and unpredictable weather around the world, it is creating new challenges for farmers. Drought, flooding, and temperature extremes will increase as the earth’s temperatures rise by 2-3°C (4-6°F) in the next 50 years, threatening farm productivity, decreasing harvests, and augmenting pest pressures.