Preparation underway for US Vice President’s visit to Vietnam: Foreign Ministry spokesperson

Preparation underway for US Vice President’s visit to Vietnam: Foreign Ministry spokesperson

Vietnamese and US competent agencies are coordinating to prepare for the visit of US Vice President Kamala Harris to Vietnam, which is scheduled for August, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang at the ministry’ virtual press conference held on August 5.
President to pay official friendly visit to Laos next week

President to pay official friendly visit to Laos next week

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his spouse will pay an official friendly visit to Laos from August 9-10 at the invitation of General Secretary of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party and President of Laos Thongloun Sisoulith, Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang announced at an online press conference on August 5.
Vietnam may receive $1.56 billion from $650 billion IMF special drawing rights

Vietnam may receive $1.56 billion from $650 billion IMF special drawing rights

The IMF has approved an allocation of special drawing rights of $650 billion to boost global liquidity, and Vietnam could receive some of this.
F&B groups hunker down during curbs

F&B groups hunker down during curbs

Expansion of home delivery and promotion programmes are opening up chances for food and beverage enterprises this year, but transportation disruption for the non-essential sector will continue to narrow the door.
Cat Lai Port allows move shipments to other ports

Cat Lai Port allows move shipments to other ports

Cat Lai Port will temporarily stop receiving shipments and allow businesses to store containers at other seaports in Ho Chi Minh City and ICDs.
Manulife Vietnam ramps up digital and customer focus approach

Manulife Vietnam ramps up digital and customer focus approach

Manulife Vietnam has announced the appointment of Naren Baliga as its new COO, ramping up digital and customer focus in next phase of transformation and growth.
Haiphong to stop accepting people from social distancing localities from August 5

Haiphong to stop accepting people from social distancing localities from August 5

From August 5, Haiphong city will temporarily bar the entry of people from localities that are implementing Directive No.16/CT-TTg.
More drastic actions urged to aid economy

More drastic actions urged to aid economy

While Vietnam’s strategy to cope with the global health crisis has protected the lives of most, bringing the economy back on track remains a challenging task.
FMCG groups made aware of trends

FMCG groups made aware of trends

Fast-moving consumer goods groups are bearing the brunt of disruptions caused by pandemic restrictions, leading to price hikes and product shortages in the market.
A townhouse next to the marina: The attraction of rare property assets

A townhouse next to the marina: The attraction of rare property assets

Marina-integrated real estate is expected to attract property investors in the near future due to rising demand and limited supply.
Seafood industry urges vaccination for workers as 70 per cent of factories are closed

Seafood industry urges vaccination for workers as 70 per cent of factories are closed

The VASEP has requested the PM and MARD to authorise vaccination for their workers as more than 70 per cent of businesses had to halt production.
Steelmakers question timing of product tax adjustments

Steelmakers question timing of product tax adjustments

Some steelmakers are urging the Ministry of Finance to take a closer look at a proposal to add an export tax on steel billets and cut import taxes for other steel products as these could hurt their operations, although the change is primarily being set up to stabilise domestic prices.
Vietnam surpasses Bangladesh as world's second-largest garment exporter

Vietnam surpasses Bangladesh as world's second-largest garment exporter

Vietnam has overtaken Bangladesh as the second-biggest garment exporter, according to the latest data released by the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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