British University Vietnam: Leading the way as a green university

British University Vietnam: Leading the way as a green university

British University Vietnam's strategic initiatives and unwavering commitment to sustainability position it as a leader in ESG education.
Alcohol and beer could be subject to 100 per cent special consumption tax

Alcohol and beer could be subject to 100 per cent special consumption tax

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has proposed increasing the special consumption tax (SCT) for alcohol and beer to 100 per cent by 2030.
Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

Chinese railway group opens ties Tracodi

China Railway Engineering Corporation on June 12 signed an agreement with Tracodi to invest in and develop transport infrastructure, industrial park infrastructure, and social housing in Vietnam.
Vietnam seeks to tap into game industry’s huge potential

Vietnam seeks to tap into game industry’s huge potential

The game industry in Vietnam has recorded strong progress recently, and authorities are moving to tap into its substantial potential.
Confidence boost priority for business

Confidence boost priority for business

The poor performance of the business community has prompted the National Assembly to urge the government to amplify its policies to support struggling enterprises.
Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnamese noodles are exempt from a new EU safety regulation.
Overhaul demanded to slow cost burdens

Overhaul demanded to slow cost burdens

Businesses are seeking support to help them prosper as they continue to deal with regulation complexities, among other issues.
Brewers seek answers to new habits and strict rules

Brewers seek answers to new habits and strict rules

The business picture for brewers is not as bright as expected, with a potential special consumption tax and continuing strict laws likely to affect the situation going forward.
Vietnam edges towards decision on sugary drink taxes

Vietnam edges towards decision on sugary drink taxes

Proposals to tax sugary drinks continue to receive mixed opinions in the country, with Vietnam planning to submit a special consumption tax law for debate in October.
Efficiencies building with enhancements in e-logistics

Efficiencies building with enhancements in e-logistics

Further enhancements and upgrades in e-logistics are being geared up throughout the country.
GELEX and FPT sign MoU on digital transformation

GELEX and FPT sign MoU on digital transformation

GELEX and FPT sign MoU to advance comprehensive digital transformation and drive the country’s development.
Vietnam's car market saw May rebound

Vietnam's car market saw May rebound

Vietnam's car market experienced a rebound in May as car brands raced to offer discounts to stimulate demand.
Economic recovery momentum continues into second quarter

Economic recovery momentum continues into second quarter

UOB (United Overseas Bank) expects GDP growth to pick up to 6 per cent in the second quarter of 2024, extending the 5.66 per cent gain seen in the first quarter.
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