VOV.VN - The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has issued new rules that require processors of fish and fishery products to develop and implement e-certification systems for their operations.
Vietnamese authorities have been asked to study possible measures to safeguard the country’s auto industry against growing competition from foreign exporters who enjoy increasingly relaxed import duties.
To a certain extent the advantages held by Vietnam vary according to sector, but some of the main advantages perceived by foreign investors include the fact that the country is considered to have a stable political system while there are uncertainties in neighbors such as Thailand and Malaysia.
However, aviation authorities maintain that the hike will not affect ticket prices.
While foreign travel firms are promoting Vietnam through the new film ‘Kong: Skull Island", domestic firms have yet to take action.
ANZ Vietnam is selling its retail banking business and five banks have expressed interest, according to local media.
Construction on the Bung Bridge project in HCM City’s Tan Phu and Binh Tan districts will begin in April, according to the city’s Urban Traffic Management Zone No.1.
The 2017 Vietbuild international exhibition opened in Hanoi on March 15 with the participation of 450 domestic and foreign businesses.
Vietnam’s organic rice products have been sold for high prices in various foreign markets, including the US.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to abolish a number of procedures for importers of cars with nine seats or less.
The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) and France’s airport authority Aéroports de Paris (ADP) are still in negotiations on the sale of ACV shares.
China has become an increasingly lucrative market for Vietnam’s Tra fish (pangasius) but Vietnamese enterprises face risks in this market.
Credit growth in the first two months of 2017 rose 1.23 per cent year-on-year, but credit institutions remain cautious over business targets while focusing on lending quality.
While they remain focused on fattening their bottom lines, most leading businesses in the country also see exercising their social responsibility as a contributive factor.
The Vietnam Youth Union (VYU) Central Committee on March 14 launched its Supporting Centre for Youth’s Startup, which is hoped to foster startup activities among young people.
A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Tran Van Tung is taking part in the Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2017 (GEC 2017), which opened in Johannesburg, South Africa on March 14.
PROPAK Vietnam, a major annual processing and packaging technology exhibition held in HCM City this month, promises to provide an outstanding sourcing platform for many industries.
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.