Enterprises maintain production to ensure export growth

Enterprises maintain production to ensure export growth

Many businesses in the Southwest region have maintained production to ensure export growth, despite having to apply social distancing measures due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
F&B groups breathe sigh of relief after relaxation of social distancing protocols

F&B groups breathe sigh of relief after relaxation of social distancing protocols

After extended lockdowns, many food and beverage businesses in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are preparing to reopen.
Long-term tactics start to formulate

Long-term tactics start to formulate

With the government’s determination to gradually loosen social distancing policies, businesses are eager to build strategies to resume operations as soon and as fully as possible.
Buyers seek loan help

Buyers seek loan help

The pandemic as a force majeure event has crippled people’s ability to meet loan repayment requirements, but while the real estate sector also appears susceptible to the crisis, the State Bank of Vietnam and commercial lenders have taken measures to deal with worrisome property assets.
RoK tourism agency in Vietnam launches online dance contest amid COVID-19

RoK tourism agency in Vietnam launches online dance contest amid COVID-19

The Vietnam Office of the Korean Tourism Organisation (KTO) has launched a dance contest with the participation of ITZY, a girl group of the Republic of Korea (RoK), on Tiktok video-sharing focused social networking service.
HCM City extends social distancing till September 30

HCM City extends social distancing till September 30

Ho Chi Minh City has decided to extend social distancing in accordance with the Prime Minister’s Directive No.16/CT-TTg till September 30, said Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Phan Van Mai at a press conference on September 13.
CAAV proposes plan to re-open domestic flights

CAAV proposes plan to re-open domestic flights

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has proposed to the Ministry of Transport a plan to re-open domestic air routes with a pilot period of four weeks.
Nestlé Vietnam at the fore of crisis response

Nestlé Vietnam at the fore of crisis response

Fast-moving consumer goods companies are adopting different strategies to ensure the uninterrupted supply of essential goods and services. Nestlé Vietnam has emerged as an exemplary company with a suitable response to the global health crisis and is ready to share its experiences with the business community.
Hospitality mainstays mix up offerings

Hospitality mainstays mix up offerings

This year’s restrictions have forced restaurants and hotels in Vietnam to take extreme measures to adapt to extended social distancing instead of closing or suspending operations altogether.
An up-close perspective of city’s strict social distancing measures

An up-close perspective of city’s strict social distancing measures

Ho Chi Minh City has been under tightened social distancing measures since August 23 to stop the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant.
Banks do away with physical offices to aid digital services

Banks do away with physical offices to aid digital services

As Vietnam implements strict social distancing measures, banks have been stretched thin with some temporarily closing their brick-and-mortar offices to help customers go digital.
Agriculture groups open up to online training courses

Agriculture groups open up to online training courses

Many farmers and agribusiness firms have come around to utilising training courses via livestreams or agriculture apps to promote the consumption of their products in the face of extended social distancing measures.
Binh Duong extends social distancing as COVID-19 cases keep rising

Binh Duong extends social distancing as COVID-19 cases keep rising

The southern province of Binh Duong has decided to continue applying social distancing measures under the Prime Minister’s Directive 16 in “red zones” for 15 days while "freezing" 15 wards in Thuan An and Di An cities and Tan Uyen township as COVID-19 infections have continued surging over the past days.
PM approves power bill cut for companies affected by COVID-19

PM approves power bill cut for companies affected by COVID-19

The Prime Minister has approved the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s proposal to cut power bills for enterprises for three months in provinces and cities applying social distancing, according to a Government resolution issued on August 28.
Hanoi streets during days of social distancing

Hanoi streets during days of social distancing

With social distancing measure imposed to curb the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, streets in Hanoi have become less crowded during these August days, especially at night.
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