More than 30,000 visitors are expected for "Food Ingredients Asia 2023" and "Vitafoods Asia 2023," co-located at Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre from September 20-22 in Thailand.
The upcoming Swing for the Kids charity golf event is highlighting the work of the Ministry of Planning and Investment in supporting disadvantaged people over the years.
Along with the traditional trade relationship, New Zealand and Vietnam are fostering cooperation in sectors such as education. New Zealand’s Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Vangelis Vitalis, talked to VIR’s Kim Oanh about the potential of bilateral cooperation in more areas.
A number of localities are slashing procedures for project approvals in order to lure in foreign investment at a faster pace.
Business associations are demanding consistent regulations relating to fire prevention and safety, with the current confusion threatening to dent investor confidence.
International institutions, including the World Bank, are willing to provide financial aid for Vietnam’s agricultural sector to complete carbon emissions mitigation.
The governments of Vietnam and South Korea are intensifying initiatives to improve the competitiveness of Vietnam’s supporting industries. Jun-Ho Lee, deputy director of the Vietnam-Korea Technology Consulting and Solution Centre (VITASK), told VIR’s Kim Oanh about the plans to promote Vietnamese supporting businesses in the automotive and electrical-electronic industries in particular.
The latest meeting of the Vietnam-New Zealand Joint Economic and Trade Committee took place in Hanoi last week, with promises to boost cooperation in trade and reduce trade barriers. New Zealand’s Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Vangelis Vitalis, talked to VIR’s Kim Oanh about the potential of bilateral cooperation and proposals to realise trade turnover targets.
Certain sectors, namely manufacturing, energy, real estate, tourism, education, and banking remain attractive targets for foreign direct investment (FDI).
BYD Electronics (Vietnam) Co., Ltd. is undertaking the final tasks to start the construction of its expanded plant in the northern province of Phu Tho after receiving the investment adjustment certificate in late February.
In the framework of a business visit to Vietnam, Christian Hofer, director-general for the Federal Office of Agriculture from Switzerland, talked to VIR’s Kim Oanh about the potential of bilateral cooperation and the experience and lessons that Vietnam can learn from Switzerland.
Steel manufacturers in Vietnam are anxious about the procedures for receiving and reporting data related to carbon emissions for the upcoming application of the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism.
Localities throughout the country are striving to create a breakthrough for industrial infrastructure to increase its competitive capacity in attracting foreign capital.
A reporting system for facilities to upload their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data online has been completed, and will be updated when the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Construction, and the Ministry of Transport issue detailed guidance for their respective areas, according to a recent consultation meeting.
Livestock companies in the southern province of Dong Nai are struggling to comprehend what they say is a rushed roadmap to relocate thousands of breeding farms for environmental reasons.