PSNews - The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) launched a program entitled “Vietnamese Goods Identification - Proud of Vietnamese Goods” in Hanoi on October 3 to raise public awareness, and increase the consumption, of Vietnamese goods.
PSNews - The government decided to establish a specialized agency to represent the State ownership at state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and manage the State’s shareholding and investment in 2018. Thus, the so-called "super committees" will be formed and the State management of all SOEs will be transferred to the committee from ministries.
Uber and Grab are in a fair competition with traditional taxis, so they operate within the confines of existing laws, said a representative from the Ministry of Transport following the Hanoi Taxis Association proposal to stop the pilot operation of the services.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) decision on removing 675 business conditions and licenses has been described as a ‘historic decision’. However, experts think it doesn’t have much significance.
Two exhibitions on Vietnam’s water sector and renewable energy will open at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre in Ho Chi Minh City from November 8 to 10.
Some pending issues around the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement are being settled to ensure that the deal will be ratified early next year.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) has announced a list of 42 state-funded projects valued at VND43 trillion (USD1.9 billion) that have faced ineffective operations and losses.
Access to sufficient capital resources is crucial to the successful operations of businesses in addition to good ideas, proper business models and strategies, and qualified personnel.
Online shoppers in Vietnam are showing a growing preference for local retailers, according to a new report released by iPrice, an e-commerce platform available in seven countries across Southeast Asia.
PSNews - Thanh Cong Group and Hyundai Motor have officially signed a new joint venture to manufacture and distribute commercial vehicles in Vietnam named Hyundai Thanh Cong Commercial Vehicle (HTCV).
PSNews - At the opening ceremony of Spectre in Nam Dinh on September 28, Danish Ambassador to Vietnam Charlotte Laursen stated that the bilateral trade and investment between Vietnam and Denmark is growing sturdily, breaking new records every year.
PSNews - According to the Foreign Investment Department, Vietnam lured USD 25.48 billion of FDI, marking a record number in the first 9 months of 2017.
PSNews - More than 200 French companies will showcase their product at 7 pavilions at the International Trade Fair For Food, Beverage and Catering (ANUGA).
Improving the quality of agricultural products, ensuring farmers’ interests, and sustainably developing agriculture in ASEAN topped the agenda of a just- concluded international conference in Hanoi.
Vietnam has risen five places from last year in the latest competitiveness report released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Wednesday (September 27).
Viet Nam’s economy continues to perform well despite several setbacks, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said in a new flagship report launched today.
Ho Chi Minh City drew US$3.71 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) over the past nine months, up 64.3 percent year on year, according to the municipal People’s Committee.
Vietnamese dragon fruit went up for sale at Australian grocery stores from September 24 after nine years of negotiations, following lychees and mangoes.
The Department for Economic Zones Management of the Ministry of Planning and Investment is in the process of completing the draft Law on Special Administrative-Economic Units, with adjustments being made in terms of local operations, organization, administration and foreign investment policies.
Intellectual Property protection is a leverage to promote innovation and improve competitiveness of enterprises including startups.