Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Vietnam is attempting to ensure a sufficient supply of COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible, with locally-made Nano Covax hopefully getting the thumps-up to be approved for emergency use, and therefore easing the reliance on overseas imports.
Recycling policies for patchwork vehicles to rid cities of unwanted auto wastage

Recycling policies for patchwork vehicles to rid cities of unwanted auto wastage

Despite something of a blow to manufacturers’ bottom line, the establishment of an organised recycling industry to push vehicle manufacturers to efficiently dispose of older vehicles could help promote environmental awareness in the industry and solve mounting waste issues at the same time.
Exporters yearning for switch to global payment terms to protect business

Exporters yearning for switch to global payment terms to protect business

Many local exporters, who want to switch their export methods to shun risks caused in the international freight market, aim to take control over shipping lines and freight insurance previously under the responsibility of overseas buyers – but the route ahead is not without hurdles.
Textilers adhering to strict measures

Textilers adhering to strict measures

Despite positive results in the first half of 2021, textile and garment businesses are facing enormous challenges to maintain their manufacturing activities during a social distancing period in the south.
Vietnam keeps tabs on digital advertising

Vietnam keeps tabs on digital advertising

The Vietnamese government’s new initiative on cross-border advertisement on digital platforms like YouTube, Google, and Facebook is deemed a step up from previous legislation, particularly regarding censorship and tax obligations.
First session of the 15th NA concluded with big outcomes

First session of the 15th NA concluded with big outcomes

The first session of the 15th NA has been wrapped up, with top leaders elected and vital issues determined including emergency solutions against the pandemic.
VIR webinar pinpoints stock market opportunities in H2/2021

VIR webinar pinpoints stock market opportunities in H2/2021

Numerous stock opportunities have been unveiled in the second half of 2021 at the webinar organised by VIR this morning.
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.
Supply chain crisis ahead for top brands

Supply chain crisis ahead for top brands

The ongoing disruption in Ho Chi Minh City and southern provinces poses a threat to the global supply chain of multinational corporations, which source goods from Vietnamese-based suppliers.
Newly-registered FDI up slightly in first seven months

Newly-registered FDI up slightly in first seven months

Newly-registered FDI increased slightly in the first seven months, while additionally-registered capital, capital contributions, and share purchases dropped.
Soaring coronavirus infections in Vietnam and Thailand hit Toyota production

Soaring coronavirus infections in Vietnam and Thailand hit Toyota production

The spike in coronavirus infections in Southeast Asia including Thailand and Vietnam has hit Toyota Motor Corporation.
Vietnam signs COVID-19 vaccine technology transfer contracts with US, Japan, and Russia

Vietnam signs COVID-19 vaccine technology transfer contracts with US, Japan, and Russia

Vietnam has signed three contracts on COVID-19 vaccine production technology transfer with Russia, the US, and Japan to increase vaccine supply.
VIR to hold webinar on stock market opportunities in H2/2021

VIR to hold webinar on stock market opportunities in H2/2021

Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) will organise a webinar titled "Stock market opportunities in the second half of 2021 - Prospects of capital mobilisation channels for businesses" on July 28.
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