Vietnam’s supporting industries seeking incentives

Vietnam’s supporting industries seeking incentives

Vietnamese enterprises are looking for new opportunities amid shifting global supply chains and the volatile world economy, but restrictive policies could be in the way of this endeavour.
Scope exists for wider trade relations with Great Britain

Scope exists for wider trade relations with Great Britain

Every year, British businesses import about $7 trillion of goods from all over the world. These can include cars, iron and steel, medical equipment and supplies, electronic goods, textiles and footwear, furniture, foodstuffs, and more. Some Vietnamese enterprises have penetrated the UK market, but with a very humble market share.
Textile producers prepared for barrage of disruption

Textile producers prepared for barrage of disruption

Vietnamese enterprises are trading well so far this year, but key exporters in textiles, garments, leather, and footwear are still suffering from increasing raw material costs.
Expanding foreign markets for Vietnamese goods

Expanding foreign markets for Vietnamese goods

Vietnamese enterprises have made great efforts in effectively using FTAs to penetrate and bring Vietnamese goods to the international market.
All policies on table to ignite enterprises

All policies on table to ignite enterprises

Despite the economy’s step-by-step growth recovery, Vietnam is facing high unemployment and major risks emerging in the global market where its performance depends, affecting the country’s economic prospects.
Vietnam Value Programme aims high in national brand exposure stakes

Vietnam Value Programme aims high in national brand exposure stakes

As Vietnam’s economy is further strengthened by creative and innovative manufacturers who are aiming to increase their brand value at home and abroad, the Vietnam Value Programme is deemed to further leverage national brand position among the highest rated brands in the world.
Intricacies of foreign exchange in M&A

Intricacies of foreign exchange in M&A

Mergers and acquisitions have been emerging as an attractive channel for international investors in Vietnam. However, some barriers are restricting foreign investors from entering shared sales and purchase agreements with Vietnamese enterprises.
International IPOs help boost Vietnamese enterprises' positions

International IPOs help boost Vietnamese enterprises' positions

IPOs (Initial Public Offering) or being listed on foreign markets not only helps Vietnamese companies attract investments, but also strengthens their positions and the country’s position in the world.
Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises

Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a test for Vietnamese businesses as many have been and will be struggling to recover for the foreseeable future. Those who emerge from the crisis will have proven their mettle by overcoming an unprecedented and difficult time, said business leaders.
Food processors thinking outside the box for sales

Food processors thinking outside the box for sales

Vietnamese enterprises are aiming to widen deep processing to diversify products to better serve their export markets.
30 Vietnamese companies sells goods on Amazon in 2019

30 Vietnamese companies sells goods on Amazon in 2019

Thirty Vietnamese enterprises have sold goods on Amazon, reported the Viet Nam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade).
JETRO holds trade connection programme

JETRO holds trade connection programme

The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) opened “GOOD GOODS Japan 2019” in Ha Noi on Friday to create trade connections between Japanese and Vietnamese enterprises.
More local firms join global supply chains

More local firms join global supply chains

More and more Vietnamese enterprises have become suppliers of supporting products to overseas markets such as the US, Republic of Korea, Japan and Europe.
US-China trade war brings more challenges than opportunities: Vietnamese firms

US-China trade war brings more challenges than opportunities: Vietnamese firms

Many Vietnamese enterprises are keeping a close eye on the escalating US-China trade war and have said the challenges from it outnumber the opportunities for them.
Vietnamese firms invest over 277 million USD abroad in seven months

Vietnamese firms invest over 277 million USD abroad in seven months

Vietnamese enterprises received investment licences for 90 projects worth 180.1 million USD in 30 countries and territories in the first seven months of this year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
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