Most local companies have shown optimism about business results in 2016, providing momentum for further growth in 2017.
The largest foreign-invested company in the fashion sector, SCAVI has fought its way onto the list of 500 biggest companies in Vietnam in 2016, announced by Vietnam Report in February 2017.
The Saigon Commercial Bank (SCB) was named among the nine largest private enterprises and 44 leading businesses of Vietnam, announced the Vietnam Report and Vietnamnet online newspaper in Hanoi.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung spoke highly of the role and support of the World Bank and its country director in Vietnam in the implementation of a number of water and environment projects and programmes in the country.
Digital marketing has proved to be vital as a bridge bringing Vietnamese brand names to international markets, heard attendants at the Vietnam CEO Summit 2016 held in Hanoi on July 27.
VOV.VN - Vingroup has been voted one of Vietnam’s leading real estate investors by the Vietnam Report based on criteria such as financial capacity, credibility, number of projects, number of successful transactions and sales prices.
Around 80% of surveyed local enterprises planned to expand their production and business in 2016 due to prospects of international integration.
Awareness of business opportunities among citizens in Vietnam is lower than in other countries with the same level of development, a new report reveals.
(VOV) - The seafood sector tops the list of 500 businesses with the fastest growth rates for the 2009-2012 period (FAST 500), followed by construction, construction materials and real estate, Vietnam Report announced on April 4.
(VOV) -Vietnam Report Joint Stock Company (Vietnam Report) on February 18 announced the FAST 500 rankings in 2013 - a list of the 500 businesses achieving the fastest growth rates in the country.
The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) once again tops the list of the 500 largest enterprises in 2013.
“Creative Economy: Innovation to the success of businesses” was the main theme of the annual Vietnam CEO Summit, which attracted local and foreign executives, politicians and scholars.
(VOV) - Many Vietnamese businesses have expressed pessimism about next year’s economy, anticipating numerous difficulties and challenges requiring greater efforts to overcome.
(VOV) -Vietnam Report has made public a list of 1,000 corporate tax payers in 2012, with their total amount reaching up to VND54 billion of which state-owned enterprises accounted for 58.44 percent.
Vietnam Report Joint Stock Company (Vietnam Report) will announce rankings in 2011 - a list of 500 businesses achieving the fastest growth rates in Vietnam on February 21.