AWS offerings turbocharge wide support for customers in Vietnam

AWS offerings turbocharge wide support for customers in Vietnam

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is expected to increase investment in infrastructure and digital skills, and bring best practices to Vietnam as a way to increase its footprint in the market. Phil Davis, the US tech firm’s managing director for Asia-Pacific and Japan, discussed with VIR’s Bich Thuy the changes in its future business strategy here.
Localities race to complete infrastructure for big gains

Localities race to complete infrastructure for big gains

Many localities around the country are in a race to attract foreign direct investment via various channels including boosting infrastructure development.
Dong Thap ramps up construction to aid its growth

Dong Thap ramps up construction to aid its growth

To ensure a fast rebound and economic growth, Dong Thap province in the Mekong Delta has come up with a wide range of measures to accelerate public investment while creating resources to facilitate infrastructure funding and attraction of local industrial zones and clusters.
Obstacles yet to clear to pave way for robust industrial property development

Obstacles yet to clear to pave way for robust industrial property development

Vietnam has not yet reached its full potential in industrial property development, due to inadequate regulations and a lack of social infrastructure.
Supporting Vietnam through official Japanese assistance

Supporting Vietnam through official Japanese assistance

Japan is expected to continue supporting Vietnam via its official development assistance. Shimizu Akira, chief representative of the Vietnam Office of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, explains how Japan can help its strategic partner accelerate the construction of infrastructure for socioeconomic development.
Long An gets approval for 200-million-USD infrastructure development in industrial park

Long An gets approval for 200-million-USD infrastructure development in industrial park

Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh has signed a decision approving the building of infrastructure at Prodezi Industrial Park in the Mekong Delta province of Long An.
Hanoi completes preparations for SEA Games 31

Hanoi completes preparations for SEA Games 31

Hanoi has completed the majority of preparations for the upcoming 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) ahead of the important regional sporting event, Tran Thi Van Anh, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Culture and Sports, has said.
Indonesia to allocate 2 billion USD to new capital city project

Indonesia to allocate 2 billion USD to new capital city project

Indonesia will set aside between 27 trillion rupiah and 30 trillion rupiah (1.88-2 billion USD) next year for the development of the country's new capital city, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said.
Hints of mindset change in e-vehicles

Hints of mindset change in e-vehicles

Rising oil prices could help speed climate action by accelerating the shift to electric vehicles, but in Vietnam that would depend much on the infrastructure.
Embracing the potential of Vietnam’s energy infrastructure

Embracing the potential of Vietnam’s energy infrastructure

For drivers of electric vehicles, the expectation around charging their vehicles is much like that of the homeowner when switching on a light or turning on an appliance – that the necessary power is automatically there.
Businesses showing the way with major activities in Laos

Businesses showing the way with major activities in Laos

Infrastructure, tourism, and energy will be the focal point for Vietnam’s outbound investments in Laos, with major ventures newly approved there.
Plans pinpoint infrastructure for breakthrough in growth

Plans pinpoint infrastructure for breakthrough in growth

The east and west economic corridors of Vietnam will become the strategic backbone for the decade’s national master plan in order to revitalise spatial development, lure more investment resources, and enable breakthrough growth.
Infrastructure boosts HCM City property market

Infrastructure boosts HCM City property market

The HCM City property market is expected to develop strongly in 2022 on the back of a number of infrastructure projects being completed or started during the period, experts said.
Long-term infrastructure plans urged

Long-term infrastructure plans urged

Numerous specific policies are being recommended to unlock international finance and enable long-term and large-scale investment into Vietnam’s various infrastructure and energy projects.
Infrastructure investment to aid the social recovery

Infrastructure investment to aid the social recovery

In many developing countries, insufficient and poor infrastructure has resulted in stagnation in the flow of resources, difficulty in absorbing investment capital, causing bottlenecks and directly affecting economic growth. Therefore, investment in developing infrastructure has been a priority of many developing countries, including Vietnam.
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