Cinemas, karaoke bars, and spas to resume operation in Ho Chi Minh City

Cinemas, karaoke bars, and spas to resume operation in Ho Chi Minh City

Cinemas, karaoke bars, and spas are among the remaining banned businesses that can resume normal operations in Ho Chi Minh City's green zones.
VSIP Trade Union makes timely support to affected workers in Binh Duong

VSIP Trade Union makes timely support to affected workers in Binh Duong

As COVID-19 has hurt many low-income workers, VSIP Trade Union has taken measures to support them to survive the tough time in virus-hit Binh Duong.
Hanwha Life gives strength to the community through meaningful activities

Hanwha Life gives strength to the community through meaningful activities

Hanwha Life Vietnam has presented many meaningful gifts to those severely affected by the pandemic in Binh Thanh and Binh Chanh districts, Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam welcomes international visitors from November

Vietnam welcomes international visitors from November

Travellers to Vietnam will not be subjected to a seven-day quarantine and will be allowed to visit other localities after seven days of travel.
Digital transformation at Tan Hiep Phat: Change is a must for survival

Digital transformation at Tan Hiep Phat: Change is a must for survival

As COVID-19 wrought havoc on the economy and businesses alike, Tan Hiep Phat has made efforts to survive the tough time by accelerating digital transformation.
Surmounting pandemic challenges through leader-employee unity

Surmounting pandemic challenges through leader-employee unity

Tray Uyen Phuong, deputy CEO of Tan Hiep Phat Group highlighted the need for leader engagement at a recent event on energy management during difficult times.
Thailand worried about COVID-19 situation in four southern provinces

Thailand worried about COVID-19 situation in four southern provinces

Thailand’s southern region has become a COVID-19 epicentre, with a surge in the numbers of cases and fatalities
Masan honoured in Vietnam Top Strong Brands 2021

Masan honoured in Vietnam Top Strong Brands 2021

Masan Group was honoured in the Top 10 of Vietnam Strong Brands thanks to its adaptability and contributions to the communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Quick reversals expected as new normal gradually replaces lockdown gloom

Quick reversals expected as new normal gradually replaces lockdown gloom

The latest KPMG CEO Outlook for 2021 shows a revival in business confidence as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and life returns to a new normal. Warrick Cleine, chairman and CEO of KPMG in Vietnam and Cambodia, shared with VIR’s Tom Nguyen what changes the world can expect in the rebound.
Individual investors open nearly one million trading accounts

Individual investors open nearly one million trading accounts

Vietnamese individuals have opened 956,081 new securities accounts in the first nine months of 2021, 2.4 times more than the whole year of 2020.
68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

A large number of textile and footwear enterprises have been fined for late deliveries in 2021 and had new orders for 2022 suspended or reduced in quantity.
“Sharing Prosperity with PRIME” aims to support livelihood recovery post pandemic

“Sharing Prosperity with PRIME” aims to support livelihood recovery post pandemic

PRIME Group has actively implemented its “Sharing Prosperity with PRIME” campaign to support households and localities to recover livelihoods post-pandemic.
Vietnam’s retail investors flock to stock markets

Vietnam’s retail investors flock to stock markets

While Vietnam battles COVID-19, economic growth is still expected through 2021 and individual investments continue.
CapitaLand ready to resume operations after COVID-19 eases

CapitaLand ready to resume operations after COVID-19 eases

Ronald Tay, CEO of CapitaLand Development (Vietnam) shared with VIR how the company will resume operations and prepare for a new launch by the end of the year.
Vietnam's COVID-19 relief packages totalled $10.45 billion in 2021

Vietnam's COVID-19 relief packages totalled $10.45 billion in 2021

In 2021, Vietnam has launched a number of COVID-19 relief packages worth about $10.45 billion or equivalent to 2.84 per cent of GDP.
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