Another support package to accelerate business rebound

Another support package to accelerate business rebound

With the gradual recovery in the confidence of the business community in the first two months of the year, continued support for enterprises is needed to help them stay afloat and weather the storm.
Restructuring business operations to reimagine a new way forward

Restructuring business operations to reimagine a new way forward

Restructuring can assist an organisation in identifying the key issues challenging liquidity and operational efficiency whilst presenting possible solutions. From this point, it is then possible to begin with the implementation of a new structure.
Long way to go in Vietnam’s sustainability goal journey

Long way to go in Vietnam’s sustainability goal journey

All the policies guiding implementation and budget expenditure for sustainable development are ready in place. However, there remain a lot of shortcomings to develop sustainable business models.
Protecting business via property rights

Protecting business via property rights

With a rising number of applying companies eager to participate in the Vietnam Value Programme, intellectual property rights become an issue.
Reopening local markets and getting back to business in the new normal

Reopening local markets and getting back to business in the new normal

In the first 11 months of 2020, the country boasted nearly 124,300  newly-established enterprises, albeit a number 1.9 per cent lower compared to the same period last year.
Make-in-Vietnam new digital platform akaBot makes debut  ​​​​​​​

Make-in-Vietnam new digital platform akaBot makes debut ​​​​​​​

The MIC debuted the akaBot platform, providing comprehensive solutions for automation and digitisation to help businesses improve productivity and save costs.
NA targeting business recovery and growth

NA targeting business recovery and growth

The 10th session of the 14th National Assembly will kick off this week, with a major focus to be placed on discussing solutions to further support businesses in the context of their recovering performance despite headwinds negatively impacting on the economy’s growth.
How an agile approach will help companies thrive

How an agile approach will help companies thrive

Throughout this ongoing pandemic, Vietnam has managed to stay relatively resilient in terms of recorded cases and fatalities to date. As humanity works towards developing a vaccine and containing its outbreak, the country’s business leaders can act now to position themselves to emerge stronger from the crisis.
Vietnam, Japan to allow resumption of short-term business trips

Vietnam, Japan to allow resumption of short-term business trips

The Governments of Vietnam and Japan are set to come to an agreement to allow businesspeople to resume travelling between the two countries for short work-related trips as early as this month, reported Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper.
What the data says about business pandemic resiliency in Vietnam

What the data says about business pandemic resiliency in Vietnam

We have been hearing a lot of expert opinions lately about businesses resiliency in Vietnam during the COVID-19 pandemic. But expert opinion can reflect subjective bias, or a hidden agenda rather than actual data, of which so far there has been little.
Maintaining business in the period of social distancing

Maintaining business in the period of social distancing

Face masks and mica partitions recently became indispensable items in many of the capital’s restaurants, pubs, and cafes as Hanoi authorities requested them to facilitate 1-metre spacing between guests and adhere to pandemic prevention regulations.
COVID-19 knocks out over 9,000 companies a month across Vietnam

COVID-19 knocks out over 9,000 companies a month across Vietnam

While Vietnam has fared better than most in the face of COVID-19, it has not gotten away scot-free as 9,000 companies had to close every month this year.
Business community dubious over draft changes

Business community dubious over draft changes

The draft amending and supplementing a number of articles of a decree on goods labels has received a mixed reaction from enterprises due to continuing difficulties in doing business and preventing international trade.
Belt-tightening goes on as business attempts recovery

Belt-tightening goes on as business attempts recovery

Despite a five-year high in first-half consumer price index, Vietnam is expected to bring inflation under control this year due to feeble demand for production and consumption, as well as shrunken demand in global markets.
The power of the press to promote

The power of the press to promote

Over the past century, the press in Vietnam has played an integral role in shaping a healthier business and investment climate and supporting the state in formulating sound policies.
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