Vinpearl Air, the airline founded by Vingroup, will begin commercial flights next July as the country’s sixth carrier.
The two-day Vietnam Start-up Day will open in HCM City on Friday with nearly 200 start-ups from 12 countries and territories taking part.
The CEO of the international airline Cathay Pacific, Rupert Hogg resigned on last Friday (August 16). Hogg refused to provide a list of employees who were involved in the Hong Kong protests to the Chinese government.
Vietnamese seafood exports recovered in July with a 9 percent increase year-on-year thanks to a boost in shrimp, reports Vietnam News.
According to Viettel Global’s recent financial report, its profit was estimated at USD 33 million in the first half of 2019. However, due to low efficiency of operation in previous years, Viettel Global remains to suffer high accumulated loss.
Vietnam has been an attractive destination for Japanese investors and experts predicted that more Japanese firms will come to do business in the Southeast Asian country thanks to its economic growth and integration advantages.
Vietnam has increased imports of chicken from the US which have the surprisingly low price of VND18,000 per kilogram.
Vietnam Airlines has taken delivery of its first of eight Boing 787-10s, acquired through a lease deal with Air Lease.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a Decision approving the list of 93 State-owned enterprises which will be equitized from now to the end of 2020.
Vietnam could have Southeast Asian's third-largest e-commerce market by 2025.
Export prices of rice from Vietnam fell this week as the country struggled to find new buyers amid waning demand from China, while a drought continued to squeeze supply in Thailand and a weak rupee weighed on rates for the Indian variety.
Local carrier Bamboo Airways has received permission to operate 30 aircraft by 2023, including both narrow-body and wide-body jets.
US President Donald Trump on Aug 13 backed off his Sept. 1 deadline for 10% tariffs on remaining Chinese imports, delaying duties on cellphones, laptops and other consumer goods.
After food and beverage and other sectors, it is the turn of convenience stores franchisers to eye the huge Vietnamese market.
Vietnam is one of top 10 countries in the world with the cheapest taxi fares, alongside regional peers Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Việt Nam has become an increasingly attractive destination for international enterprises in the food, beverages and packaging industry thanks to its rapid economic growth and rising consumer demand.
Grab Vietnam on Wednesday signed an agreement with Vietnamese budget airline Vietjet and local startup Swift247 to provide customers with “super express” air delivery services in the country by connecting and leveraging the competitiveness of each co