Vietnam Railways sees recovery in first half of 2022

Vietnam Railways sees recovery in first half of 2022

Vietnam’s railway industry saw growth in revenue and cargo transport in the first half of 2022, heralding a recovery ahead.
Vietnam's M&A market shows sign of recovery

Vietnam's M&A market shows sign of recovery

Both local and foreign companies are stepping up dealmaking activities post-COVID, indicating a recovery in Vietnam’s merger and acquisition (M&A) market.
Businesses seek stable tax policies for sustainable recovery in new normal

Businesses seek stable tax policies for sustainable recovery in new normal

Beverage businesses are calling for no tax increase to support them in the recovery path ahead, thus enabling them to develop more sustainably and contribute more to socioeconomic development.
Southeast Asia’s road to recovery

Southeast Asia’s road to recovery

Ramesh Subramaniam, director general of the Southeast Asia Department of the Asian Development Bank, discusses how Southeast Asia can begin to recover after the pandemic with more buoyant growth.
Vietnam quickens tourism recovery in new normal

Vietnam quickens tourism recovery in new normal

The Government Office on March 12 issued Document No.1560/VPCP-KGVX on the direction of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam for the Vietnamese tourism development programme in 2021-2026.
SABECO ushers in new era with upgraded facility

SABECO ushers in new era with upgraded facility

One of Vietnam’s biggest brewers, SABECO, is on track to strengthen its operational capabilities with the newest expansion of its facilities on March 8.
BritCham proposes solutions to boost Vietnam’s economic recovery at VBF

BritCham proposes solutions to boost Vietnam’s economic recovery at VBF

BritCham proposed the reopening of borders, liquidity, and the ability for banks to support economic growth, as well as the maintenance of policy reforms and the streamlining of administrative processes.
COVID-19 recovery index of Vietnam soars by 28 places

COVID-19 recovery index of Vietnam soars by 28 places

Vietnam climbed a total of 28 notches to reach rank 90 in the latest edition of Nikkei's COVID-19 Recovery Index thanks to the high vaccine coverage rate.
Recovery proposals set out for businesses

Recovery proposals set out for businesses

Both individuals and businesses are in critical need of further reductions of fees and taxes as they attempt to claw their way out of 2021’s economic fallout.
Industrial sector signals sound recovery

Industrial sector signals sound recovery

The latest update from the MoIT in September showed how resilient the manufacturing sector is in the early stages of re-opening, according to KIS Securities.
High hopes for market and business recovery facilitation

High hopes for market and business recovery facilitation

While the business community is expressing a little more confidence with markets reopening and facilitation of business recovery, concerns over the practical results of such actions may drag out for a while yet.
HCM City plans to resume some activities from October 1

HCM City plans to resume some activities from October 1

Ho Chi Minh City plans to gradually reopen some economic activities from October 1 as the pandemic has been basically put under control in the southern economic hub.
Airbus updates commercial programmes to prepare for recovery stage

Airbus updates commercial programmes to prepare for recovery stage

Airbus is updating its production plans in preparation for the post-COVID-19 economic recovery across the globe.
Australian PM affirms ASEAN’s central role in regional recovery

Australian PM affirms ASEAN’s central role in regional recovery

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) plays a central role in the region’s recovery and the post-COVID-19 regional order, said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Local wood industry overshadowed by sourcing issues

Local wood industry overshadowed by sourcing issues

Vietnam’s wood industry has shown signs of recovery in the third quarter of 2020. However, legal complications may arise through illegally-sourced raw materials from foreign suppliers and a lack of uniformity.
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