US health behemoths cater to fresh demand

US health behemoths cater to fresh demand

US giants like General Electric, GSK, Merck, and Johnson & Johnson are eyeing new projects in Vietnam’s health sector to tap into local growing healthcare spending, signaling heated competition ahead in the lucrative market.
Giants of South Korea make immediate impact

Giants of South Korea make immediate impact

There will be no need to wait until next year to see new waves of South Korean investment into Vietnam, as new developments take shape on the back of the latest moves from the governments of the two countries.
Placing Vietnam at the centre of US attraction

Placing Vietnam at the centre of US attraction

Vietnam-US investment relations have significantly strengthened over the past 25 years, illustrated by great success stories from world-famous groups such as Intel, General Electric, Ford, Amazon, and Visa.
GE's ultra-supercritical technology transforms Malaysian energy scene

GE's ultra-supercritical technology transforms Malaysian energy scene

GE, with its solutions to increase power generation efficiency and capacity, helps extend cleaner and safer energy to people across the globe.
General Electric breaks off healthcare to focus on power, aviation

General Electric breaks off healthcare to focus on power, aviation

Once-dominant industrial giant General Electric announced on Tuesday (Jun 26) it will shed its healthcare and oil field services businesses to concentrate on power, aviation and wind turbines in the latest attempt to shore up the struggling company.
Boeing, Airbus, GE among biggest losers from US Iran shift

Boeing, Airbus, GE among biggest losers from US Iran shift

US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear pact threatens new business for several big companies, including Boeing, Airbus and General Electric.
US firms interested in expansion in Vietnam

US firms interested in expansion in Vietnam

Although US President Donald Trump wants US firms to focus on domestic business, they are still looking to expand in Vietnam.