Tag: "supply chain"

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.

APEC launches MSME trading platform

APEC launches MSME trading platform

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) has introduced a new business-to-business platform to enable cross-border trade among micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the region.

SME development in Vietnam

SME development in Vietnam

VOV.VN - Small and medium-sized enterprises play a crucial role in Vietnam’s economic growth.

Local companies seek supply chain participation in Thailand

Local companies seek supply chain participation in Thailand

VOV.VN - More than 40 Vietnamese companies attended an exchange with the Thai Group and other prominent retailers in Bangkok today (August 18) with the objective of securing supply chain participation, reported the Vietnam Investment Review.

East-West Economic Corridor trade fair gets underway

East-West Economic Corridor trade fair gets underway

VOV.VN - The annual trade and tourism fair of the East-West Economic Corridor countries got underway at the 29/3 Square in Danang on Friday, August 11, according to a report by the Vietnam News Agency.

Electronic firms urged to comply with regulations

Electronic firms urged to comply with regulations

Local electronic firms have been urged to enhance compliance with established regulations, especially international labour standards, in order to improve competitiveness and to engage in the global supply chain, heard a conference on August 1.

Samsung Sourcing Fair 2017: more opportunities for local firms

Samsung Sourcing Fair 2017: more opportunities for local firms

The 4th workshop and exhibition on supporting industries - Samsung Sourcing Fair 2017 was held on July 26 in Bac Ninh by Samsung Electronics Vietnam in association with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to connect domestic component suppliers to participate in Samsung’s global supply chain.

HCM City to help firms join Samsung’s global supply chain

HCM City to help firms join Samsung’s global supply chain

Ho Chi Minh City is ready to work with Samsung in boosting local enterprises’ capacity in support industry, helping them qualify for the Korean group’s global supply chain, said Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan.

Seminar on prospects of electronics in coming decade

Seminar on prospects of electronics in coming decade

VOV.VN - A seminar on the prospects of a Vietnam-Republic of Korea electronics private sector strategic partnership in the coming decade was held today (June 8) in Seoul, reported the Vietnam News Agency.

Clothing, textiles need new EU marketing strategy

Clothing, textiles need new EU marketing strategy

VOV.VN - The EU and Vietnam have reached an agreement on a free trade deal that will remove nearly all tariffs on commerce between the two economies and contribute to further market access, albeit with long transition periods for certain products.

Wood industry urged to develop more linkages

Wood industry urged to develop more linkages

The various components of the woodworking industry’s supply chain need to establish close links to ensure the industry’s sustainable development, an expert has said.

Ministry strives for sustainable development of tra fish

Ministry strives for sustainable development of tra fish

In an effort to ensure a sustainable development of the tra fish sector, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will support enterprises and farmers to boost links in order to improve tra fish quality to fulfill choosy markets’ demands.

Foreign investment key to Vietnamese growth: experts

Foreign investment key to Vietnamese growth: experts

Vietnam should have savvy foreign direct investment (FDI) policies that direct capital to modern and environmentally friendly technologies and promote technology transfer to make local firms more competitive, experts say.