Hanoi allows restaurants and hair salons to reopen from June 22

Hanoi allows restaurants and hair salons to reopen from June 22

Hanoi People's Committee has eased COVID-19 lockdown measures by allowing the reopening of restaurants and hair salons from 0:00 on June 22.
Ho Chi Minh City proposes 3-month delay for seaport fees

Ho Chi Minh City proposes 3-month delay for seaport fees

Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport has proposed delaying the collection of seaport infrastructure fees for three months.
AEON Group to contribute VND25 billion to Vietnam COVID-19 Vaccine Fund

AEON Group to contribute VND25 billion to Vietnam COVID-19 Vaccine Fund

AEON Group will contribute VND25 billion ($1.08 million) to the Vietnam COVID-19 Vaccine Fund, promoting COVID-19 vaccination for local communities.
100 inspection teams set up to track COVID-19 in IZs and EPZs in Ho Chi Minh City

100 inspection teams set up to track COVID-19 in IZs and EPZs in Ho Chi Minh City

100 inspection and evaluation teams will be trained to track the pandemic and issue control plans for business establishments industrial areas.
Da Nang again closes public beaches due to new COVID-19 outbreaks

Da Nang again closes public beaches due to new COVID-19 outbreaks

The central coastal city of Da Nang has again closed public beaches and temporarily banned indoor dining, while takeaways and deliveries are encouraged, according to a new order.
Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to counter COVID-19 resurgence’s impacts

Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to counter COVID-19 resurgence’s impacts

Facing the COVID-19 resurgence that is spreading fast and strongly affecting the entire society, travel firms in Hanoi are taking actions to minimise losses and prepare for recovery in the new context.
Digital foundations for increased SME agility

Digital foundations for increased SME agility

COVID-19 has resulted in a mixed bag for businesses large and small, highlighting the need for agility and resilience.
500,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Vietnam today

500,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Vietnam today

As many as 500,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine (Vero Cell) arrived in Vietnam on June 20.
CAAV discusses establishment of VN's first cargo airline

CAAV discusses establishment of VN's first cargo airline

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) recently reported to the Ministry of Transport (MoT) on a project to establish the first cargo airline in Vietnam.
Japfa Vietnam donates $1 million to COVID-19 Vaccine Fund

Japfa Vietnam donates $1 million to COVID-19 Vaccine Fund

Japfa Vietnam has presented over $1 million to the national COVID-19 vaccine fund to accelerate vaccination and economic recovery in Vietnam.
81 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on June 18 early morning

81 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on June 18 early morning

Vietnam logged 81 locally-transmitted cases of COVID-19 in the past 12 hours to 6am on June 18, raising the national count to 12,231, according to the Health Ministry.
Thailand sets goal to reopen for international tourists in 120 days

Thailand sets goal to reopen for international tourists in 120 days

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced in a nationally televised programme on June 16 that the country will reopen its borders to international tourists within 120 days after a year of restriction to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Multitude of options on table for further tax interventions

Multitude of options on table for further tax interventions

With the current outbreak still not entirely controlled, the government stands at a complicated crossroads as it needs to choose between further state budget security and continued support for the business community.
Ministry of Health opens doors for smooth vaccine programme

Ministry of Health opens doors for smooth vaccine programme

Vietnam has announced the list of businesses qualified to import, trade, and preserve COVID-19 vaccines.
Innovative solution for breast cancer patients during COVID-19 pandemic

Innovative solution for breast cancer patients during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 outbreak has inhibited travel for many cancer patients who require ongoing treatment, especially while many hospitals require social distancing.
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