Apple shores up Vietnam supply chain

Apple shores up Vietnam supply chain

Apple suppliers in Vietnam, already on the increase since the US-China trade war kicked off, are continuing to bulk up operations here with added funding and heightened relocation efforts.
Modern strategies vital for agricultural funding surge

Modern strategies vital for agricultural funding surge

As the country tries to drum up interest in high-tech agriculture, overseas investors preferring to invest in the sector via mergers and acquisitions are hoping to receive adequate support from state authorities, instead of purely waiting for changes in regulations.
Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Vietnamese producers continue to have a faint imprint on the world’s deep-processed coffee market, and many small businesses are now beginning to pay more attention to branding, while larger ones seek new ways to increase export output.
Robust growth spurs real estate chances

Robust growth spurs real estate chances

The fundraising activities of some real estate brokerages in Vietnam have come roaring back in the past few months, with some long-anticipated offerings in June slated to gain investors’ attraction.
Sheraton Binh Chau International Hotel Resort & Spa: The pride of Ho Tram-Binh Chau

Sheraton Binh Chau International Hotel Resort & Spa: The pride of Ho Tram-Binh Chau

Sheraton Binh Chau Resort & Spa is a masterpiece of prosperity in the southern coastal region, designed following a philosophy that respects the natural beauty of Vietnam.
Risky losses in aviation industry

Risky losses in aviation industry

Amid the pandemic, aviation remains on of the most affected industries with losses and debts continuing throughout the year.
Japanese investors secure foothold in leading Vietnamese brands through M&A

Japanese investors secure foothold in leading Vietnamese brands through M&A

Japanese investors have poured billions of dollars to purchase stakes at Vietnamese businesses over the past decade.
Sugarcane imported from Thailand slammed with 47.64 per cent tax for next five years

Sugarcane imported from Thailand slammed with 47.64 per cent tax for next five years

After more than a year of investigation, the MoIT imposed an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tax on sugarcane originating from Thailand from June 16.
Wide global ripples expected following G7 tax negotiation

Wide global ripples expected following G7 tax negotiation

Large multinational corporations, including those operating in Vietnam, are carefully watching developments following the landmark corporate tax agreement made by the G7, although market watchdogs are skeptical about a global minimum tax.
Ho Chi Minh City maintains social distancing measures for another two weeks

Ho Chi Minh City maintains social distancing measures for another two weeks

In the midst of surging new cases, Ho Chi Minh City will maintain its social distancing practice for the next two weeks in line with Directive 15.
New hope for first velodrome project in Vietnam

New hope for first velodrome project in Vietnam

South Korean and Japanese investors are hoping to accelerate the $200 million velodrome and international standard stadium that has been delayed since 2015.
Vietnam's economy shows high resilience in fourth outbreak of coronavirus

Vietnam's economy shows high resilience in fourth outbreak of coronavirus

Vietnam's economy has performed relatively well during the fourth coronavirus outbreak, according to the 2021 Vietnam Macro Monitoring report by the World Bank.
 Hopes raised on divestment increase for stock synergy

 Hopes raised on divestment increase for stock synergy

Some freshly-adopted regulatory moves are expected to facilitate more advantageous prerequisites for Vietnamese state-owned enterprises to pick up their divestment pace, and thus enrich the domestic stock market with foreign capital inflows.
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