Vietnamese businesses utilise AI to increase competitiveness

Vietnamese businesses utilise AI to increase competitiveness

Vietnamese businesses can enhance their international competitiveness in the new global supply chain by applying innovative AI.
Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnam's instant noodles exempt from heightened EU food safety controls

Vietnamese noodles are exempt from a new EU safety regulation.
DKSH empowers Vietnamese student innovations

DKSH empowers Vietnamese student innovations

The finale of “The Next Innovator Contest 2024” has been held to recognise 20 innovative ideas proposed by young students.
Vietnamese e-commerce firms face challenges

Vietnamese e-commerce firms face challenges

Vietnamese e-commerce businesses face many challenges, such as high international standards for product quality and competitiveness.
No Vietnamese casualties reported in Taiwan earthquakes: office

No Vietnamese casualties reported in Taiwan earthquakes: office

There has not been any information on casualties related to Vietnamese people in strong earthquakes and aftershocks that hit Taiwan (China) on April 3, according to the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei.
Vietnamese women’s association in Belgium convenes first congress

Vietnamese women’s association in Belgium convenes first congress

The Vietnamese Women’s Association in Belgium convened its first congress for the 2024-2027 tenure in Brussels on March 10, providing a chance for Vietnamese women working and living in the European country to meet and foster their connections.
IM Japan says all Vietnamese interns under its management remain safe in earthquake

IM Japan says all Vietnamese interns under its management remain safe in earthquake

The Public Interest Foundation International Manpower Development Organization (IM Japan) has affirmed the safety of all Vietnamese interns under its management who are working in Toyama, Fukui and Ishikawa prefectures that were hit by the massive earthquake on January 1.
No Vietnamese reported dead or injured in Japan earthquake

No Vietnamese reported dead or injured in Japan earthquake

As of 9 pm on January 1, there had been no Vietnamese people reported dead or injured in the 7.6-magnitude earthquake that hit central Japan earlier the same day, according to Vietnam Embassy in Japan.
More charter flights to be launched to bring Vietnamese home from Myanmar

More charter flights to be launched to bring Vietnamese home from Myanmar

Six more flights were launched over the past couple of days to repatriate Vietnamese citizens from Myanmar.
Over 300 Vietnamese in Myanmar conflict zone repatriated

Over 300 Vietnamese in Myanmar conflict zone repatriated

As many as 338 Vietnamese citizens stranded in the conflict zone in the north of Myanmar were safely evacuated to the homeland on December 4.
Vietnamese community in Israel remains safe: embassy

Vietnamese community in Israel remains safe: embassy

The Vietnamese community in Israel remains safe more than one month after conflicts broke out in Israel, heard an online meeting on November 11 connecting Vietnamese citizens living across Israel with media agencies in Vietnam.
Vietnamese encouraged to return in high-tech roles

Vietnamese encouraged to return in high-tech roles

Various opportunities in prominent fields in the country could help solidify the decision of Vietnamese living abroad to return to contribute to their homeland.
Measures sought to develop Vietnamese community in Japan

Measures sought to develop Vietnamese community in Japan

The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan on September 16 held a gathering to mark the 78th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day (September 2, 1945 – 2023) and a talk show on measures to further develop the Vietnamese community in Japan.
Vietnamese, Taiwanese firms seek partnership in medical technology, equipment

Vietnamese, Taiwanese firms seek partnership in medical technology, equipment

The “2023 Wow! Taiwan Project - Health Tech Business Matchmaking Event” was held in Ho Chi Minh City on September 12, drawing more than 60 businesses from Vietnam and Taiwan (China) and witnessing the signing of a variety of cooperation deals.
Sending Vietnamese skilled workers to Europe faces obstacles

Sending Vietnamese skilled workers to Europe faces obstacles

There are few skilled Vietnamese guest workers in Europe in recent years, according to deputy head of the Department of Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Gia Liem.
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