It will take another five to 15 years for Vietnamese entrepreneurs to become global business leaders, according to a study by the Human Capital Leadership Institute.
The Small- and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Development Fund of the Ministry of Industry and Trade has launched financial aid packages for 2017 to continue assisting the firms which make up 97 percent of Vietnam’s total businesses.
A wide range of motorcycle models provided by the world’s leading producers will be on display at an area of 10,000 square metres during the Vietnam Motorcycle Show 2017 (VMCS 2017) scheduled for May 4-7 in Hanoi.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked the Ministry of Transport to form an advisory group with experts in airport architecture to select the best design for Long Thanh International Airport’s terminal in the southern province of Dong Nai.
Vietnam’s listed steel companies can achieve higher growth in 2017 despite a volatile and predictable international market if they optimise operations and exploit missing links in the sector’s supply chain, experts said on March 13.
Four groups of equipment and vehicles must have energy labels, according to a recent decision by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Japan’s Sasaki Seicha company has surveyed Vietnam’s tea industry for a year and realised that this is a market not to be missed, the firm’s General Director Iwasaki Masao said.
With housing demand remaining strong, banks are optimistic 2017 will be a big year for mortgages.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and this city’s People’s Committee hosted the launch of Vietnamese Consumer Rights Day 2017, themed 'Enterprise for Customers', here on March 12.
Vietnam’s total export earnings hit US$13 billion in February, raising the total in the first two months of this year to US$27.3 billion, up 15.4% annually, said the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
The Ministry of Science and Technology has urged farmers in the Mekong Delta to embrace technology to develop smart agriculture.
Vietnam’s construction contractors require the execution of suitable strategies to attain success in foreign markets, experts have said.
VOV.VN - Vietnam imported more than US$164 million worth of fruit and vegetables during the first two months of this year with 70% of the figure coming from Thailand and China, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam government contends the ban by the Australian Department of Agriculture on raw imports is ‘causing serious damage’ to the country’s shrimp farmers and exporters, and has requested it be reversed.
Vietnam will continue reforming its economy, improving the business climate and fully implementing the commitments it has made to the free trade agreements (FTAs), actively contributing to regional economic and trade integration.
Companies that want to enter the global supply chain should show initiative and make concerted steps to enhance their capacity and growth, Dr Shantanaru Bhattacharya of Singapore Management University said at a forum held in HCM City on March 10.
Banks’ finance reports in 2016 show good news and bad news. Most of them had profits higher than the year before, but the number of non-performing loans increased.
Falling demand and overseas competition are expected to bite into Vietnam's rice exports.
Viet Capital Securities Corporation (VCSC) may list on the stock market in the third quarter of 2017, HCM Securities Corporation (HSC) said in a recent report.
The People’s Committee of the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang met representatives of the Viet-Uc Seafood Joint Stock Company on March 9 to discuss building the first high quality shrimp farm in the locality.