European FDI continues to flow into Vietnam amid economic uncertainties

European FDI continues to flow into Vietnam amid economic uncertainties

European companies expect foreign direct investment (FDI) to continue to flow into Vietnam.
Growth now cannot mean future catastrophe

Growth now cannot mean future catastrophe

VIR's Mai Dang spoke with Alain Cany, chairman of Eurocham Vietnam, about sustainability and a guideline for businesses in the new normal.
Newly opened firms mushroom during new normal

Newly opened firms mushroom during new normal

The number of newly established firms reached an all-time high of around 15,000 in April, with total registered capital of 164.1 trillion VND (7.1 billion USD), according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Proposal to change the excise tax on alcoholic beverages

Proposal to change the excise tax on alcoholic beverages

A conference on excise tax policy for the alcoholic beverage industry was held on April 8.
Cloud transformation fit for the country’s public sector

Cloud transformation fit for the country’s public sector

Vietnam is in a transition to a digital era. In this context, issuing a framework for the usage of cloud technologies is essential. Bruno Sivanandan, chairman of EuroCham’s Digital Sector Committee, writes about the importance of a smart cloud-first strategy in this digital transformation journey.
High-tech EU investment shows promise

High-tech EU investment shows promise

Driven by the Vietnamese government’s new strong moves, greater investment flows from the EU into Vietnam is on the horizon for 2022, focusing on high-tech industries as well as green and sustainable business, expecting to change the country’s foreign investment picture in the months to come.
More European companies plan to increase investment in Vietnam

More European companies plan to increase investment in Vietnam

European companies ended 2021 optimistically when it comes to Vietnam’s trade and investment environment.
Greater EU investment flow expected

Greater EU investment flow expected

After the challenges in their commercial operations, European businesses in Vietnam are recovering and rebounding. Alain Cany, chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, talked to VIR’s Bich Thuy about the prospects and trends of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement that bolsters trade interaction with both sides.
EuroCham campaign breathes life into nation’s frontline forces

EuroCham campaign breathes life into nation’s frontline forces

With an aim to join efforts with the Vietnamese government in the prolonged pandemic battle, the European Chamber of Commerce’s (EuroCham) “Breathe Again Vietnam” campaign has received generous donations from European enterprises and individual investors, with more in the pipeline.
EuroCham launches 13th Whitebook at EU-Vietnam Business-to-Government conference

EuroCham launches 13th Whitebook at EU-Vietnam Business-to-Government conference

The EuroCham and MoFA co-hosted the Meet Europe 2021: EU-Vietnam Partnership Post-COVID and Whitebook Launch event, seeking to deepen bilateral ties.
Sentiment picks up among European investors as Vietnam starts to re-open

Sentiment picks up among European investors as Vietnam starts to re-open

The EuroCham Business Climate Index revealed growth in positive sentiment in the third-quarter among business leaders.
Unlocking untapped markets for female go-getters

Unlocking untapped markets for female go-getters

Gender lens investing is gaining interest in Vietnam as more financiers and financial institutions adopt the strategy. Sarah Galeski, legal vice-chair of EuroCham’s Women in Business Sector Committee, and co-chair Roos IJsendijk talked with VIR’s Thanh Van about the shift in investment strategy to empower women.
Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

While a number of foreign companies have moved part of their production or orders to other countries, many still see Vietnam as a good location for investment in the long term.
Leaders committed to solving Euro quandary

Leaders committed to solving Euro quandary

While several issues related to electronic vaccination passports and stay-at-work policies may take longer to iron out, new solutions to the critical problems facing European businesses in Vietnam are hoped much sooner, after they highlighted their concerns at a key meeting last week.
European firms confident in Vietnam’s pandemic control

European firms confident in Vietnam’s pandemic control

European firms still showed strong confidence in Vietnam's ability to control the pandemic and for the Southeast Asian economy to pull off a strong recovery in a near future, heard an online conference organised by the European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) in Vietnam on September 9.
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