Caring donors swing again for kids

Caring donors swing again for kids

Along with the mission to raise funds for talented but disadvantaged students, the annual Swing for the Kids charity golf tournament returned with an additional goal to assist students in the central region suffering from devastating storms.
Writing up a storm for VIR’s readers

Writing up a storm for VIR’s readers

Recent months have offered up challenging circumstances for all, but the news never stops. With that, the team at Vietnam Investment Review has been working harder than ever to produce top content for readers old and new, to ensure that the bridge for reporters, readers, and businesses remains rock-solid.
Maintaining the bridge for foreign investors in Vietnam

Maintaining the bridge for foreign investors in Vietnam

Nearly three decades ago, Vietnam Investment Review  published its first English issue under the guidance of the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI). 
Vietnam Investment Review 29 years of companionship with Investors and Businesses (Infographics)

Vietnam Investment Review 29 years of companionship with Investors and Businesses (Infographics)

Vietnam Investment Review under the Ministry of Planning and Investment is Vietnam’s leading business newspaper. The newspaper keeps you up-to-date with the latest news and insightful analysis on macro-economic, investment, property, banking, and corporate finance.
Happy Birthday to our dearest VIR!

Happy Birthday to our dearest VIR!

The Vietnam Investment Review team has been fortunate to receive warm congratulations from both local and international business sectors.
28 years of deep and dynamic journalism

28 years of deep and dynamic journalism

Review is in its prime, with peak dynamism shown by its leadership and production teams to remain the media of choice for domestic and international entrepreneurs when it comes to everything business, finance, and investment in Vietnam.  Dominic Scriven, general manager of Dragon Capital, called VIR an indispensable part of his “breakfast menu every Monday morning.”
The press holds crucial role to business development

The press holds crucial role to business development

As Vietnam Investment Review is celebrating its 28th anniversary, Tran Ba Dung, head of Professional Affairs at the Vietnam Journalists’ Association, talked with Dinh Thuy about the role of the press in accompanying the government, businesses, and investors in creating a conducive and healthy business climate, while doing its utmost to uncover illegal business practices.
MoET's International Co-operation Department and VIR sign co-operation

MoET's International Co-operation Department and VIR sign co-operation

The MoET's International Co-operation Department and the MPI's VIR signed an MoU to co-ordinate propaganda on co-operation and investment in education.
VIR awarded merits and medal for outstanding achievements in FDI attraction

VIR awarded merits and medal for outstanding achievements in FDI attraction

VIR was the only press agency to be awarded the merit and medal "For Outstanding Achievements in Foreign Direct Investment in Vietnam” today.
VIR’s 27-year journey for high standard journalism

VIR’s 27-year journey for high standard journalism

Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) has been growing from strength to strength over the past 27 years. Professor Nguyen Mai, the first editor-in-chief of the newspaper in the 1991-1995 period, reminisces about how VIR has been flourishing and the major milestones it has reached.
Encouragement from VIR’s partners

Encouragement from VIR’s partners

For its 27th anniversary this week, VIR spoke with diplomats and foreign business leaders in Vietnam about the press office’s performance and how it helps them navigate and succeed in the country’s rapidly-changing socioeconomic landscape, especially with the game-changing impact of Industry 4.0.
To our most valued readers

To our most valued readers

This week, Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) – the press office of the Ministry of Planning and Investment – will officially celebrate its 27th anniversary.