Q1/2019: over 28,000 firms established, highest in five years

Q1/2019: over 28,000 firms established, highest in five years

Q1/2019: over 28,000 firms established, highest in five years (infographics)
Usagi storm a game changer in insurance business

Usagi storm a game changer in insurance business

The damage wrought by storm Usagi in Ho Chi Minh City has shown insurance firms the way ahead.
Over 64,000 news firms established in 2018's first half

Over 64,000 news firms established in 2018's first half

In the first six moths of 2018, the entire country saw 64,531 enterprises registering for establishment, with their capital amounting to 640 trillion VND (27.87 billion USD), up 5.3% and 8.9% year on year, respectively.
Tenology transfer continues to be a big issue in luring FDI

Tenology transfer continues to be a big issue in luring FDI

The FDI picture in the first half of 2018 has kept the black spot of technology transfer despite capital inflows increasing against last year.
Travel firms design new tours to avoid crisis

Travel firms design new tours to avoid crisis

As the number of tourists has been decreasing dramatically in the economic crisis, travel firms have opened a lot of new routes to stimulate the demand.
Cementing sector’s future

Cementing sector’s future

Nguyen Huu Quang, National Assembly (NA) Finance and Budget Committee member and deputy general director of state cement conglomerate Vicem, puts VIR in the picture about the budget revenue situation and advocates for lower taxes to support under fire firms.
Hooking tra fish exports

Hooking tra fish exports

Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) is considering setting a floor export price for tra fish.
Tax changes to offer safety net

Tax changes to offer safety net

Firms and the banking system’s financial stability are to be guaranteed by new tax changes.
Getting back in business a curly question

Getting back in business a curly question

How to help firms back in business is being weighed up by market players and the banking chief.
Firms demand safety net

Firms demand safety net

Firms want bigger government support to help them survive persistent economic woes.
Advertising revenues rise despite economic slump

Advertising revenues rise despite economic slump

Although the economy is facing a slump, advertising revenues in 2012 posted a growth rate of 30 per cent compared to the previous year.
New wave of Japanese SMEs to Vietnam

New wave of Japanese SMEs to Vietnam

A new wave of small and medium Japanese enterprises (SMEs) is expected to enter Vietnam soon, said a Japanese expert at a recent conference.
Parties struggle to read off same page

Parties struggle to read off same page

Banks and firms are still struggling to find one voice to talk down the current economic hardships.
Financial muscle to lift firms

Financial muscle to lift firms

Central Economic Committee head Vuong Dinh Hue sheds some light to a raft of measures the financial sector will come up in 2013 to support the market and the corporate community.
Japanese investors look on bright side

Japanese investors look on bright side

More than two-thirds of Japanese firms operating in Vietnam plan to expand investment in the country over the next two years.
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