Drawing out the impact of vital pandemic support

Drawing out the impact of vital pandemic support

Vietnam has introduced two fiscal measures since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Resolution No.42/NQ-CP on supporting people was issued in April 2020 and included a support package of VND62 trillion ($2.69 billion) to aid 20 million workers who had lost jobs. A new VND26 trillion ($1.13 billion) support package under Resolution No.68/NQ-CP was announced in July 2021 to help workers affected by lockdowns and social distancing during the most recent wave of infections.
FPT Telecom honoured as Advanced Technology Partner in AWS partner network

FPT Telecom honoured as Advanced Technology Partner in AWS partner network

FPT Telecom is one of the first telecommunications and internet service providers in Vietnam to achieve the Advanced Technology Partner status from AWS.
New era, new prospects for business

New era, new prospects for business

While businesses are facing an uphill struggle this year, a lot of opportunities related to digital transformation are now available for them to aim higher. Nguyen Manh Hung, Minister of Information and Communications, writes about the potential ahead.
New small business formation up 35 per cent on-year in Asia-Pacific region

New small business formation up 35 per cent on-year in Asia-Pacific region

To shed light on the impact of the global health crisis on small businesses, Mastercard released its latest report "Recovery Insights: Small Business Reset".
MM Mega Market Vietnam named among Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021 by HR Asia

MM Mega Market Vietnam named among Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2021 by HR Asia

MM Mega Market Vietnam has carved out a spot in the list of 115 companies in Vietnam to receive the Best Companies to Work for in Asia award by HR Asia.
Vietnamese car market recovers after bottoming out

Vietnamese car market recovers after bottoming out

After a record decline in August, Vietnam's car sales in September have bounced back, a positive sign for the year-end shopping season.
Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

While a number of foreign companies have moved part of their production or orders to other countries, many still see Vietnam as a good location for investment in the long term.
SME resilience in APEC with the pandemic and building a sustainable future

SME resilience in APEC with the pandemic and building a sustainable future

Promoting the inclusive development of sustainable, resilient, digitally-enabled, and innovative MSMEs in the APEC is central to navigating COVID-19 recovery.
The major technologies driving the 5G revolution in Vietnam and beyond

The major technologies driving the 5G revolution in Vietnam and beyond

Vietnam is on its way to transform its digital landscape, by aiming to deploy 5G commercially as soon as possible. In addition, four associated technology shifts that work in tandem with 5G will likely co-create a strong market momentum.
DKSH: Keys to success of Swiss market expansion service provider in Vietnam

DKSH: Keys to success of Swiss market expansion service provider in Vietnam

Jorge Martin-Martinez, vice president, Finance Indochina, cum head of Country Management of DKSH Vietnam, shares about the organisation’s keys to success.
Wood manufacturers beef up capacity to fulfil orders for year-end shopping season

Wood manufacturers beef up capacity to fulfil orders for year-end shopping season

Vietnamese wood businesses are ramping up production to meet increasing orders from international buyers during the year-end shopping season.
Value of footwear exports sees sharp drop amid pandemic

Value of footwear exports sees sharp drop amid pandemic

In September, the export value of footwear reduced 44 per cent on-year to $700 million, according to the LEFASO.
68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

A large number of textile and footwear enterprises have been fined for late deliveries in 2021 and had new orders for 2022 suspended or reduced in quantity.
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