(VOV) - Vietnam’s trade deficit grew by US$3.6 billion in the seven months leading up to August, according to the latest preliminary statistics of Vietnam Customs.
The Central Institute of Economic Management (CIEM) held a workshop on August 21 to enhance linkages between domestic and foreign businesses and boost the development of the support industry in service of six industrial sectors prioritised in Vietnam’s modernisation strategy within the framework of Vietnam-Japan cooperation.
Representatives of Hanoi apparel and footwear businesses met Czech entrepreneurs face-to-face in Prague on August 20 to seek opportunities to make inroads into East European markets via the Czech Republic after a long hiatus.
Applying advanced technology is a prerequisite for Vietnamese enterprises to ensure their competitive capacity in the context of deep integration, which opens both benefits and setbacks for the country, said Minister of Science and Technology Nguyen Quan.
One of the prominent economic happenings globally in recent times is the appreciation of the US dollar, which has affected most countries including Vietnam.
(VOV) - A Vietnam-Hubei economic and trade seminar was held in Hanoi on August 13, luring more than 60 China-based business representatives.
Bangladeshi President Abdul Hamid left Ho Chi Minh City at noon on August 13, concluding a five-day State visit to Vietnam at the invitation of President Truong Tan Sang.
The sharp decrease in prices of several kinds of raw materials has encouraged domestic companies to expand production activities, according to a source from Thoi Bao Kinh Te Sai Gon (Saigon Economics Times).
Bangladeshi President Md. Abdul Hamid is on a State visit to Vietnam from August 9-13 at the invitation of President Truong Tan Sang.
Vietnam is likely to face both opportunities and challenges when joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) with the scale tipped towards gains rather than losses, economists have said.
Historic, torrential rain and floods killed 10 more people in the north, bringing the total number of deaths to 27 since the heavy downpour started last month, the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster reported on August 3.
Construction and machinery installation jobs are the most dangerous in the country. Together they accounted for 30% of work-related accidents nationwide, according to statistics from the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
A full picture of the Kazakhstani market and its business opportunities was unveiled at a forum held in Hanoi on July 30.
(VOV) - The nation’s trade deficit grew by more than US$3.07 billion in the six months leading up to July 2015— a further vindication of the nation’s improving economy, reports the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
(VOV) -President Truong Tan Sang on July 24 held a working session with Ba Ria –Vung Tau provincial authorities to discuss local socio- economic development and national defense and security measures.