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Businesses face hurdles to enter global supply chain

Businesses face hurdles to enter global supply chain

VOV.VN - The Ministry of Industry and Trade held a seminar on Friday (October 6) in Hanoi to discuss policies to help Vietnamese businesses participate in the supply chain during the period of integration.

Experts doubt MOIT’s new rules will free up businesses

Experts doubt MOIT’s new rules will free up businesses

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.

Vietnam urged to build smart cities

Vietnam urged to build smart cities

Booming cities and vigorous urbanisation are challenging Vietnam’s future, according to a business conference titled "Smart Cities" held in Hanoi on September 27.

Solutions for achieving growth with limited budget

Solutions for achieving growth with limited budget

The Vietnamese economy is facing a major contradiction as it is striving for economic growth but the national budget is very limited. Neutralising this conflict and bringing about a higher growth rate is definitely not an easy question.

World Bank and Vietnam to pilot solar power auctions

World Bank and Vietnam to pilot solar power auctions

In preparation for the coming open energy market in Vietnam, the World Bank and the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will implement the pilot programme to auction solar power with the floor price of 9.35 US cent per kWh.

Ministry of Planning and Investment adamant on stopping Thach Khe mine

Ministry of Planning and Investment adamant on stopping Thach Khe mine

At the fact-finding mission of Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung, the ministry has proposed the prime minister to stop mining operations at Thach Khe, the biggest iron ore mine in Southeast Asia, due to concerns over environmental pollution risks.

MoIT to reduce two-thirds of admin procedures

MoIT to reduce two-thirds of admin procedures

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will complete the reduction of administrative procedures in the third quarter of the year, with two-thirds out of 443 being removed.

Vietnam’s seven-month export revenue up 18.7%

Vietnam’s seven-month export revenue up 18.7%

Vietnam’s total export earnings hit US$17.5 billion in July, bringing the seven-month total to US$115.2 billion, up 18.7% annually, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

MoF maintains raw iron ore export tax

MoF maintains raw iron ore export tax

Because the export price of refined iron ore is 200 times more expensive than that of raw iron ore, reducing the export tax on raw iron ore is unreasonable and will discourage investments in ore sorting technology, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has concluded.

MoIT drops ball on draft car recall decree

MoIT drops ball on draft car recall decree

A draft decree on auto manufacturing, assembling, importing, and maintenance and warranty business recently publicised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is concerning industry insiders.

MoIT drops ball on draft car recall decree

MoIT drops ball on draft car recall decree

A draft decree on auto manufacturing, assembling, importing, and maintenance and warranty business recently publicised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is concerning industry insiders.

MoIT urged to fine-tune draft plan on industrial restructuring

MoIT urged to fine-tune draft plan on industrial restructuring

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) should further clarify weaknesses and bottlenecks in the current development of industries so as to have a better plan on industrial restructuring, many insiders said at a workshop in Hanoi on May 31.