Vietnam to amend 10 laws to further facilitate investment and business activities

Vietnam to amend 10 laws to further facilitate investment and business activities

The government on August 20 issued Resolution No.94/NQ-CP, approving the amendments of 10 laws to facilitate business and investment activities.
Fresh business models vital to riding pandemic wave

Fresh business models vital to riding pandemic wave

Vietnamese businesses being are encouraged to adjust their strategy and address the lack of capital as well as difficulties in accessing funds.
Stimulus sustained to ensure business performance revival

Stimulus sustained to ensure business performance revival

Despite lower-than-expected economic growth for the first half of the year, the government has yet to propose a plan to the National Assembly to adjust the growth target for the whole year..
Helping others make informed decisions

Helping others make informed decisions

The media in Vietnam has been playing an active role in supporting the business community, developing a healthier investment environment..
Positive factors in place for economic growth in 2021

Positive factors in place for economic growth in 2021

The country’s economic growth in the first half of the year is expected to remain lower than expected due to the pandemic affecting production and business.

Investors pointing to upbeat momentum

Vietnam’s generally effective control of the health crisis and improvement of the investment and business climate have further strengthened the confidence of investors in the country.
Business health to come first in future wage date changes

Business health to come first in future wage date changes

In addition to recommending against an increase in wages this year, many experts and businesses have also opposed proposals to change the timing of regional minimum wage changes from January 1 to July in order to protect businesses and avoid operational issues as they attempt to wade through the pandemic period.
War, division, reunification, and future what Vietnam and Germany have in common

War, division, reunification, and future what Vietnam and Germany have in common

On the occasion of Reunification Day, I would like to tell you a very personal story, my own story. After a military career, I worked as a banker for a total of 18 years and was then a management professor. You will rightly ask yourself what connects a German man of business with the history and culture of Vietnam. Doesn’t the here and now count more?
Levelling the playing field to raise business competition

Levelling the playing field to raise business competition

Vietnam is boosting the reform of its state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in order to make them more competitive.
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.
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