Embracing free trade policies, reducing over-regulation and costs of doing business, and investing in human capital and infrastructure are three ingredients that help Vietnam become a top emerging economy in less than three decades, said a writing posted on the US hakernoon.com.
Hanoi's liberation from French colonialists on October 10, 1954 was a milestone in the capital city's development path as well as the national defence history.
More than 96,600 new enterprises were founded in the first nine months of 2018 with a total registered capital of 963.4 trillion VND (41.3 billion USD), representing year-on-year rises of 2.8 percent and 6.7 percent, respectively.
Mekong Delta localities collected more than VND243.2 trillion (US$10.46 billion) for the budget in 2016-2018, and made up 18% of the country’s GDP, according to an official from the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).
The Hanoi Party Committee (16th tenure) convened its tenth meeting on October 13 to review the city’s socio-economic performance during January-September and put forth measures to fulfill targets set for the remaining months of this year and the next years.
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.
The capital city will reopen some 130 spans of centenary arch bridges that have been sealed with concrete for more than a decade
HCM City’s Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien metro line is facing a high risk of lagging behind schedule due to a shortage of capital.
Vietcombank (VCB) shareholders approved the bank’s plan to issue an additional 360 million shares, equivalent to 10% of its capital, to expand its charter capital to almost VND39.6 trillion (US$1.74 billion).
Investments into hi-tech agriculture are increasing, however, besides caring about whether they are going to enjoy cheaper capital and preferential policies, investors should make sure there is a market for hi-tech agricultural products.
The capital seeks public opinions to unblock the gridlock as the city cannot keep up with the rapidly growing number of personal vehicles.
Hanoi has started a new public campaign to improve the manners of its residents, hoping that there will be more queuing and less littering.