(VNF) - A conference themed ‘How Doing Good is Good for Business’ will be held on June 28 in HCMC. The event will serve as the platform for businesses, community organisations and government agencies to seek collaboration opportunities in sustainable socio-economic development.
Foreign investors will be allowed to contribute capital to establish commodity exchange in Vietnam as per Decree No. 51/2018/ND-CP, which will be effective from June 1, 2018.
Many graduates decide to work in other Southeast Asian countries, and a handsome salary is not the only motivation
A Việt Nam-Middle East Trade Forum to be held in HCM City on Friday is expected to help boost trade between the two sides.
Viet Nam has won a bid to supply 130,000 tonnes of rice to the Philippines after the National Food Authority (NFA)’s auction on importing 250,000 tonnes.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has continuously bought in hard currencies in the past few months, raising the country’s foreign reserves to a record high of 63 billion USD.
Many well-known consumer brands of the past are making a comeback in Viet Nam, indicating a new-found confidence on the part of local companies to take on multinational rivals.
RedSun ITI has taken its chain of Truly Viet restaurants to Australia under the franchise model.
Vietnam’s shrimp industry is expected to gain an export value of 4.8 billion USD in 2018 due to the many advantages of export promotion, experts said.
RedSun ITI has taken its chain of Truly Việt restaurants to Australia under the franchise model.
(VNF) – A conference discussing promoting the ties in economics and trade with Vietnam was held on May 3 in the capital city of Prague, Czech Republic. The conference was held by the Vietnamese Embassy in Czech republic, the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Parliament of the Czech republic, aiming to update Czech enterprises on the business-investment environment in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc highlighted a number of issues that are slowing down the country’s efforts to improve its investment environment during a monthly Government meeting in Hà Nội yesterday.
Coffee culture gives way to a milky brew chocked with fruit and tapioca balls
In U Minh District in the southernmost province of Cà Mau, there is a popular job called “gác kèo ong” which literally means ’the guard of honey bees hives’.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to remove and simplify 54 administrative procedures in 10 sectors under its management including energy, import-export and food safety.
In late 1987, the Vietnamese National Assembly promulgated the Law on Foreign Investment which has greatly contributed to national development, especially the renewal process. Vietnam has evolved from a poor country to a middle-income country with a rapid rate of integration and growing status in the world.
Over 14,500 new enterprises were formed in Việt Nam in April, with total registered capital of VNĐ133.5 trillion (US$5.86 billion), marking respective month on month increases of 80 per cent in the number of enterprises and 65 per cent in level of capital.