Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

With COVID-19 retreating, a return to normal was expected to happen soon around the world. Unfortunately, we are not yet there. Key macroeconomic disruptions stand in the way of the recovery: high inflation, surging commodity prices, supply shortages, tighter US monetary policy, and reduced fiscal support.
Shanghai lockdown snarls world's busiest port and China supply chains

Shanghai lockdown snarls world's busiest port and China supply chains

Shanghai's grinding coronavirus lockdown is slowly clogging China's supply chains, as delays hit the world's busiest container port where staff are tangled in a morass of Covid controls.
Brands reorganising supply chain process and resilience

Brands reorganising supply chain process and resilience

Switching from a just-in-time to just-in-case trading model could help build supply chains through attracting investment and promoting linkages in both domestic and international networks.
Movers and shakers talk shipping supply chain future

Movers and shakers talk shipping supply chain future

An upcoming seminar by the Ho Chi Minh City branch of the Singapore Business Group (SBG) will help to look ahead and beyond conventional supply chains, providing innovative and practical solutions, and will include speakers from various companies in the shipping, ports, and logistics industry.
Infection rates pressuring production

Infection rates pressuring production

Leaders of some businesses are scratching their heads over trying to keep production steady and supply chains strong as record numbers of COVID-19 infections across numerous cities and provinces are affecting progress.
International businesses seek restoration of supply chains

International businesses seek restoration of supply chains

While Vietnam is working to spur economic recovery and development, international businesses are seeking stronger actions to develop supply chains to facilitate their future expansions.
Vietnam sustains stature as global manufacturing hub: Taiwanese media

Vietnam sustains stature as global manufacturing hub: Taiwanese media

An article recently posted on digitimes.com.tw, a media outlet of Taiwan (China), has said despite a year full of challenges in 2021, the Vietnamese economy has not been hampered by supply chains disruptions but sustains its positive outlook and stature as a global manufacturing hub in 2022.
Ample space for Vietnam to boost exports to US: experts

Ample space for Vietnam to boost exports to US: experts

Vietnam and the US should enhance connectivity and work to ensure continuity of supply chains and prevent adverse impacts on the production sector, which has already been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, an official has said.
Data modelling to revamp transportation for agriculture supply chains in Vietnam

Data modelling to revamp transportation for agriculture supply chains in Vietnam

In Vietnam, the ability to transport products to markets in a timely and reliable manner has always been a major challenge in agriculture and food systems, largely because of the country’s underdeveloped infrastructure and long supply chains.
Providing the necessary support for SMEs to thrive

Providing the necessary support for SMEs to thrive

Links to global supply chains, financial accessibility, and digital transformation are the pillars for enterprises to improve competitiveness.
Fresh push ahead for nation’s ever-improving enterprises

Fresh push ahead for nation’s ever-improving enterprises

Despite massive difficulties remaining due to the health crisis causing major disruptions in supply chains, domestic industrial production has continued bouncing back, promising a brighter picture for economic growth.
Importance of region for US to be promoted in Harris visit

Importance of region for US to be promoted in Harris visit

Reconnecting supply chains and fostering political and trade ties are expected to be high on the agenda between Vietnam and the United States as the pair look to improve on already-strong relations.
More drastic actions urged to aid economy

More drastic actions urged to aid economy

While Vietnam’s strategy to cope with the global health crisis has protected the lives of most, bringing the economy back on track remains a challenging task.
More Vietnamese goods sourced by US groups

More Vietnamese goods sourced by US groups

More American buyers are seeking out made-in-Vietnam goods in a bid to diversify their supply chains, making Vietnam an emerging alternative source destination in the region that could further profit from the bilateral trade relationship.
Industrial production lends stability amid disruption

Industrial production lends stability amid disruption

Despite massive difficulties due to the health crisis causing disarray in supply chains, local industrial production is bouncing back thanks in part to a rise in trade, promising a brighter picture for economic growth.
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