Bayer Vietnam won three awards for its animation movie "Battle of PO" including the Gold award at the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) SMARTIES APAC Awards 2021 as well as Silver and Bronze awards at the MMA Vietnam SMARTIES Awards 2021.
As a multinational company with roots in Germany, Bayer, with its key businesses in healthcare and agriculture, has not only contributed to economic gains in Vietnam but also significantly helped it step up efforts in sustainable development.
Bayer Vietnam, in co-operation with the Women's Charity Association of Ho Chi Minh City (WOCA), has provided 8,000 self-care products to the Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control via the Vietnam Fatherland Front of Ho Chi Minh City to aid frontline healthcare professionals in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Vietnam Administration Medical Service (VAMS) has teamed up with Bayer Vietnam to develop a digital multi-platform portal named Stroke, which includes a website, fanpage, and Youtube channel. These digital platforms will focus on providing information about stroke prevention to patients and the general public from 2021 to 2023.
The Crop Science Division of Bayer Vietnam has launched Vayego 200SC, a new multi-faceted insecticide that works against caterpillars and addresses the diverse protectional needs of modern farmers. Vayego will help farmers in Vietnam protect their crops in a more efficient way and help them "capture grain from insects" and protect their incomes.
With new progress in the management in peripheral artery disease (PAD), Bayer has introduced the new indication of non-Vitamin K antagonist anticoagulant (NOAC) as an effective treatment for PAD patients in Vietnam.
As part of the continued distribution of Better Life Farming Care Packages and prior to the upcoming planting season in the southeast region, Bayer Vietnam, in collaboration with Grow Asia and National Agricultural Extension Centre (NAEC), its network in Dong Nai, and the International Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, distributed Corn Seed Support Packages to 10,000 smallholder farmers in Dong Nai and to a similar number in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province.
Despite also including barriers and regulations, the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement will benefit Vietnamese agriculture, with businesses supporting farmers to cash in on new opportunities from the deal.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has reaffirmed its conclusion of the safety of glyphosate in a new report.
Bayer and Oxford University Clinical Research Unit have joined hands with Ho Chi Minh City to roll out the second phase of the Khoa hoc Phieu luu ki (Science Adventure) education project, with a tremendously improved reach to extend opportunities for children.
Vietnam’s agricultural sector will be one of the biggest winners from the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), as a reduction in tariffs will increase demand and boost exports to Europe’s large, high-spending consumer market. In that vein, Bayer Vietnam has made great contributions to the country’s agricultural competitiveness.
Bayer’s integrated pest management has helped Vietnamese corn farmers to effectively tackle fall armyworm at corn fields.
Operating in Vietnam for 25 years, Bayer Vietnam has made great contributions to the country’s agricultural development in the way of digitalisation, particularly in the context of climate change. Phuong Hao reports.
Since its inception in 1994, German group Bayer has grown rapidly and contributed significantly to the growth of Vietnam, with two production sites in Dong Nai and Binh Duong provinces. This year, Bayer celebrates 25 years of development in the country, with its strong commitment to supporting the government’s aim of achieving sustainability and innovation. Thanh Van reports.
Advanced technology promises to increase Vietnam’s safe, environmental friendly and quality agricultural production. However, a science-based, internationally-aligned, functional, and transparent regulatory system is crucial for sustainable development and effective adoption of advanced techologies. Kohei Sakata, general director of Bayer Vietnam, told VIR’s Kim Oanh about the company’s focus on innovation, sustainability and digital transformation for the benefits of farmers, consumers and the planet, as well as the importance of building transparent policies.