Indian, Vietnamese firms seek stronger ties in building material sector

Indian, Vietnamese firms seek stronger ties in building material sector

A visiting delegation of Indian business executives from the ceramic tile, porcelain floor, wall and decoration tile, bathroom sanitary ware and related industries met with their Vietnamese counterparts in Ho Chi Minh City to compare notes and seek tie-ups.
PM urges Korean businesses to boost connectivity with Vietnamese firms

PM urges Korean businesses to boost connectivity with Vietnamese firms

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has called on the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s enterprises to increase investment in Vietnam and boost connectivity with local firms so that Vietnam can soon become a hub in regional and global value chains.
Foreign retail chains can be a new channel to sell abroad: insiders

Foreign retail chains can be a new channel to sell abroad: insiders

Many Vietnamese firms are trying to display their products in foreign supermarket chains to sell them abroad, but it is not an easy task, according to insiders.
Vietnamese firms’ overseas investment rises nearly 2.5-fold in H1

Vietnamese firms’ overseas investment rises nearly 2.5-fold in H1

Overseas investment by Vietnamese firms neared 547 million USD in the first half of 2021, rising close to 2.5 folds against the same period last year, according to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
US attracts most Vietnamese investment in three months

US attracts most Vietnamese investment in three months

Vietnam invested 49.3 million USD abroad in the first three months of 2020, with the US being the biggest recipient.
Schools need to focus on entrepreneurship: official

Schools need to focus on entrepreneurship: official

Entrepreneurship has been ignored by schools and young people in Vietnam for too long, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Bui The Duy has said.
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.
Global supply chains remain out of reach of Vietnamese firms

Global supply chains remain out of reach of Vietnamese firms

Many Vietnamese companies in supporting industries that can produce high-quality parts are nevertheless struggling to enter large international supply chains or are only able to supply low-value items to them.
Int’l accounting rules pave way for investment

Int’l accounting rules pave way for investment

Vietnamese firms should adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) instead of current Vietnamese accounting standards (VAS) if they want to enhance transparency and become more attractive to investors.
Vietnamese firms urged to make use of CPTPP

Vietnamese firms urged to make use of CPTPP

Preferential export taxes offered by the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) are expected to be promulgated this month...
100 Vietnamese firms chosen to list products on Amazon

100 Vietnamese firms chosen to list products on Amazon

One hundred Vietnamese firms have been chosen to list their products on Amazon from June 6, 2019, under a long-term programme between the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (VTPA) and Amazon Global Selling.
Vietnamese overseas investment hits 150 million USD

Vietnamese overseas investment hits 150 million USD

The Foreign Investment Agency said in the first four months of the year, Vietnamese firms invested nearly 150 million USD in foreign markets.
Vietnamese firms advised to tap opportunities in Japanese market

Vietnamese firms advised to tap opportunities in Japanese market

There are many opportunities for Vietnamese enterprises to sell their goods in Japan, according to Yuichiro Shiotani, director general of Aeon Top Value Vietnam.
Official trade of birds nests to China to increase exports

Official trade of birds nests to China to increase exports

Demand for bird’s nests in China is increasing, offering opportunities for Vietnamese firms, but new measures are needed to enable producers to export the product directly to China, rather than carrying it over the border, according to the Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development.
Firms aim to boost official farm exports to China

Firms aim to boost official farm exports to China

Many Vietnamese firms want to boost exports of agricultural products to China via official channels to gain higher value and avoid risks from unofficial cross-border trade, but face a number of difficulties in seeking to bring their trade above-board.
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