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Dong Nai’s registered capital hits record

Dong Nai’s registered capital hits record

The total registered capital and added capital of businesses in the southern province of Dong Nai amounted to VND24 trillion (US$1 trillion) in the first half of 2017, a year-on-year increase of 115%, according to the provincial People’s Committee.

AmCham gives its outlook on US-Vietnam relations

AmCham gives its outlook on US-Vietnam relations

Jonathan L. Moreno, chairman of AmCham, talks with VIR’s Thanh Van about the outlook of US-Vietnam bilateral relations and how the American business community helps consolidate the commercial ties.

Business community tables proposals for PM

Business community tables proposals for PM

On May 17, Prime Minister met with 1,500 representatives of Vietnamese and foreign companies in the private sector. Below are some of the proposals the companies and business associations submitted to the government before the meeting.

Intellectual property key for firms

Intellectual property key for firms

Businesses may be able to improve earnings and market values if they are able to develop and use intellectual property in efficient ways, officials said at a seminar on April 25.

APEC business activities bustle toward year’s end

APEC business activities bustle toward year’s end

APEC business conferences and forums will be in full swing in September and November, said Vu Tien Loc, Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) at a press conference in Hanoi on March 21.

Business community acknowledges progress in tax procedures reform

Business community acknowledges progress in tax procedures reform

The business community acknowledged progress in the tax sector’s administrative reform but urged more efforts in improving law quality, simplifying procedures, applying IT and cutting informal costs, according to a report released at a workshop in Hanoi on March 7.

Seminar discusses technology needs of Vietnamese firms

Seminar discusses technology needs of Vietnamese firms

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) organised a seminar on technology demand of the business community in Hanoi on January 13, in order to help with the building of a Vietnam-Korea Institute of Science and Technology (V-KIST).

Small firms in Vietnam lack access to bank credit

Small firms in Vietnam lack access to bank credit

Vietnam’s 600,000 small and medium-sized enterprises continue to grapple with limited access to credit even though they play an important role in the economy and account for 52% of total employment, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) said.

Vietnam seeks to lure Malaysian finance, industry businesses

Vietnam seeks to lure Malaysian finance, industry businesses

Vietnam is an attractive destination for Malaysian finance and industry businesses, CK Lim, Director of the ASEAN Business Community said at a function to connect Vietnamese and Malaysian businesses in Ho Chi Minh City on November 10.

Ambassadors speak for business community

Ambassadors speak for business community

VOV.VN -Globalization represents the aspiration of people around the globe to be able to communicate, do business, travel and engage across cultures regardless of the distances or differences among them.

OVs connect local companies with New Zealand partners

OVs connect local companies with New Zealand partners

VOV.VN - Local start-ups and small companies interested in entering the New Zealand market now can grasp onto the helping hands of Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) business professionals living and working in the south-west pacific island nation.

New law to fuel SMEs boom

New law to fuel SMEs boom

Vietnam is drafting a law on extending support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

New resolution shows Gov’t determination to support businesses

New resolution shows Gov’t determination to support businesses

Resolution No.35 recently issued by the Government reflects the high level of determination to support and develop the business community, which requires ministries and state management agencies to drastically reform procedures to facilitate enterprises’ operations.