Law provisions open doors for development

Law provisions open doors for development

While the laws on investment, enterprises, and funding under the public-private partnership model are appreciated by local and foreign stakeholders, they also await additional guiding documents to manoeuvre their projects effectively and safely through the legal landscape.
New economic priorities for a new year

New economic priorities for a new year

Despite no signals of an end to the global health crisis, the Vietnamese government is continuing to demonstrate its patience and efforts to drive the economy forward, with a new target for growth and wider solutions to improve national competiveness and create new space for enterprises to flourish.
Party congress to highlight critical role of private sector

Party congress to highlight critical role of private sector

Vietnam’s development outlook is set to be formulated over the next few weeks when the 13th National Party Congress takes place in Hanoi, with the role of the private sector in the economy to be further enhanced, creating a fairer playing field for enterprises across all economic sectors.
High expectations laid out through fresh policy move

High expectations laid out through fresh policy move

Three amended key laws on securities, enterprises, and investment have now come into force.
Vietnamese, Malaysian enterprises boost cooperation

Vietnamese, Malaysian enterprises boost cooperation

The Vietnam Malaysia Business Association (VMBIZ) and Malaysia’s Blue Ocean Capital Group Berhad (BOCGB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on December 20 to bolster collaboration and exchange between enterprises of both nations.
Circular economy at the core of growth resurgence

Circular economy at the core of growth resurgence

By bringing enterprises on board to maximise the use of natural resources, the circular economy can play a crucial role in promoting comprehensive and sustainable growth in Vietnam in the next decade.
Enterprises reach out for assistance

Enterprises reach out for assistance

Facing massive difficulties, many enterprises suffering from stalled production are waiting for government-led policies to go further into the business community, making it more favourable to boost economic growth.
Further support enacted for strained enterprises

Further support enacted for strained enterprises

With the economy growing at the lowest six-month rate since 2011, the government is quickening practical support for enterprises to soon bring them out of difficulties as part of an effective measure to spur on economic growth for the whole year.
Virus success can drive investment elevation

Virus success can drive investment elevation

The Vietnamese government will focus on a series of solutions to assist enterprises struggling to stay afloat amid woes caused by the health crisis.
Commercial banks cut profit target amid COVID-19 pandemic

Commercial banks cut profit target amid COVID-19 pandemic

Many banks in Vietnam have reduced their profit target for 2020, and plan to support companies severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 affected firms gain access to $695 million low interest loans

COVID-19 affected firms gain access to $695 million low interest loans

Enterprises affected by the COVID-19 pandemic could have access to a VND16.2 trillion (US$695.28 million) interest free loan package for a maximum duration of 12 months to pay their employees.
SMEs active in finding solutions to cope with COVID-19

SMEs active in finding solutions to cope with COVID-19

SMEs in Ho Chi Minh City have proposed different measures to curtail the impacts of COVID-19 on their business at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.
Most enterprises satisfied with tax administrative reform

Most enterprises satisfied with tax administrative reform

Seventy-eight per cent of surveyed enterprises expressed satisfaction with tax administrative reforms this year, up 3 per cent compared to 2016.
Shaping connected enterprises to help attain effective growth

Shaping connected enterprises to help attain effective growth

Today’s Vietnamese customers are connected and growing more informed as they shoot towards unlimited information and choice – and are far more demanding, as a result. Yet, so many business leaders here in Vietnam do not appear to be leveraging digital technology to connect with their customers. That is somewhat surprising, considering the increasingly digital world we live in.
Measures necessary after SOE audits

Measures necessary after SOE audits

Experts are once again warning that if the monopoly of the economy via poorly-performing and loss-making enterprises owned by the state continues, the country’s competitiveness and investment climate will continue being affected as a result.
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