VOV.VN -A number of major foreign corporations, such as LG, Panasonic, and Foxconn, Apple's largest supplier, have revealed plans to expand their respective business operations in Vietnam amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Digiworld Corporation will start selling Apple products from the end of this month, confirmed Doan Hong Viet, the company’s chairman and general director.
Hanoi is hosting Qualcomm's first research and development facility in Southeast Asia as the tech giant looks to serve its local partners.
The app’s interface looks quite similar to Google Maps so users would get used to it quickly.
Emerging economies are chasing companies to get more FDI, but companies are chasing Vietnam to move there, said HSBC.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is fast emerging as one of the leading destinations for foreign investment, with global giants such as Apple, Foxconn, and Panasonic all making moves to shift their production lines following the easing of the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), despite this, the nation still faces major hurdles ahead.
VOV.VN - With initial success in containing the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and an advantage as a safe investment destination, Vietnam is attracting a shift of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows.
VOV.VN - Dr. Philipp Rösler, a former vice chancellor of Germany who is of Vietnamese-origin, has said that Vietnam has successfully captured international attention for both its anti-epidemic and pro-business practices.
VOV.VN - Plenty of recently-produced AirPods charging cases now carry the ‘assembled in Vietnam’ message, with increasing numbers of the headphones and accessories being put together locally, according to a reputable technology magazine The Verge of the United States.
Big companies like Apple, Nintendo, and Samsung and their supplier have switched out to limit damage.
US-based technology giant Apple will allegedly produce millions of wireless earphones called AirPods in Vietnam from this quarter – a clear move to diversify its manufacturing operations.
VOV.VN - Tech giant Apple of the United States has been stepping up recruitment for a number of positions in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, raising the possibility that they are seeking to set up a factory in Vietnam.
While China is struggling with the pandemic and is losing the confidence of foreign investors, proven resilience is pushing Vietnam to the fore as an ideal investment and manufacturing hub for Southeast Asia.
VOV.VN - Many foreign direct investment (FDI) businesses are taking the full brunt of the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) and they are in dire need of support from the government to weather the storm.
Phones made by local manufacturer Vsmart have surpassed those of US giant Apple, in terms of retail revenue in the Vietnamese market in January.
As the coronavirus outbreak shows no sign of slowing down, supply chain leaders are urged to mitigate instant disruption and plan for their short- and long-term performance, at a time of weakness in securing domestic raw material sources in the context of feeble supporting industries.
Apple is hesitant over moving the production of 45 million AirPods to Vietnam due to the risks and barriers raised by the coronavirus, even as its main producers are struggling with labour and material shortages.
Orders for iPhone 11 models soar to twice that of iPhone X last year, with more customers preferring authorized resellers for post-sale services.
Vietnam is one of Apple’s fastest growing markets, but Apple still hasn't listed Vietnam among the markets where new-generation iPhones will hit soon.
Thousands of Vietnamese citizens have preordered the latest Apple iPhone models before they are officially released in the country.