The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap has set forth a plan for trade, investment, and tourism promotion with a total estimated budget of VND10 billion ($434,780).
In light of Decision No.548/QD-TTg of the prime minister granting in-principle approval for the project to build Century Industrial Park (IP), the IP will be positioned in Huu Thanh commune in the southern province of Long An, with Hai Son Co., Ltd. acting as the developer.
Although economic growth in this first quarter was slower than the scenario set out in Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 01, 2021, Pham The Anh, chief economist from the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research under Hanoi National University’s University of Economics and Business, shares why this growth was truly encouraging.
In light of the adjusted general planning of the city to 2030 with a vision to 2045, Danang set sights on becoming a modern, liveable ecological city.
Despite the adverse impacts of COVID-19, Vietnam’s export to the EU picked up 18 per cent in the first quarter of this year, to approximately $10 billion.
Vietnam’s exports of iron and steel reached over $1.8 billion in the first quarter of 2021, with a strong increase that provides good signs for the future progress of the country’s steel firms.
State-run Vietnam Post Corporation (VNPost) has launched a fresh logistics centre in Danang, employing the most cutting-edge package sorting system in Southeast Asia.
With the strong efforts by domestic vaccine manufacturers, Vietnam's ambition to take homemade COVID-19 vaccines to the world is approaching reality.
The Cau Vang (Golden Bridge) in the central coastal city of Danang recently came in at the top of the list of new wonders in the world by Britain’s best-selling daily newspaper Daily Mail.
Credit growth is expected to reach 12-13 per cent this year despite modest growth in the first quarter.
An Asian retail investment wave is breaking on Vietnam’s shores.
Vietnam’s real estate market is between a rock and a hard place and nowhere is this more true than in the high-end apartment segment.
Property insiders say the price of apartments in Vietnam is going to continue trending down as developers fight to stay afloat.
“Many developers may offer more discounts as there is little love out there”
It has been a mixed bag for Vietnam’s property segment in 2011’s third quarter.