VOV.VN - Leading business and financial website Bloomberg of the United States posted an article on June 29 in which they highlighted the robust growth enjoyed by the Vietnamese economy in spite of the negative impact caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The 2020 Collision from Home, dubbed as the “Olympics of Tech” by the US’s Politico newswire, is live from June 23-25, attracting over 32,000 from more than 140 countries and territories.
Vietnam has grabbed international headlines over the past week for the country’s quick and transparent actions to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
This year, the country scored the lowest in “High-tech density” at 37, an improvement of three points from last year, and the highest in “Productivity” at 60, up one point.
The military-run telecom company Viettel has been testing the next-generation technology in Myanmar and Cambodia through local arms since summer, and in its home market since last month, seeking to offer affordable service.
Vietnam was one of the fastest-growing import sources of the US in Asia in the first quarter of 2019, according to Bloomberg.
The prime minister has expressed his satisfaction with the latest Bloomberg Misery Index which indicates that Thailand has the least miserable economy in the world.
Vietnam’s status as one of the fastest-growing economies has spurred overseas investors to target the nation’s real estate, alongside a rapidly growing cohort of well-heeled domestic buyers, eager to put hard currency into property, Bloomberg reported.
CEO of budget carrier Vietjet Air Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has been the first Vietnamese person to be named in the 2018 Bloomberg 50 (B50) list, which honours 50 icons and innovators changing the global business landscape in the past year.
The business news website Bloomberg has run an article explaining why Vietnam could get the most benefits among Asian nations from the US-China trade conflict.
Fitch Ratings has upgraded Vietnam's sovereign rating based on rising foreign-exchange reserves and strong economic growth.
A number of foreign press outlets have published articles lauding Vietnam’s economic achievements.
Swedish fast-fashion clothing retailer H&M reported the lowest profit of the past 16 years, leaving the largest inventory in the company's history, promising a large wave of clearance sales for Vietnamese fashion hunters.
About 25% of CEOs or board directors in Vietnam are women, surpassing the figures for Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Vietnam’s stock exchange development is forecast to overtake the Philippines in 2017, stated an article carried by the US financial news agency Bloomberg.
Record-high foreign reserves will enable Vietnam’s central bank to keep the dong, the local currency, stable for the rest of the year, Bloomberg quoted a central bank official as saying.
With the Vietnamese thirst for beer seeming to know no limits, brewers are finding it hard to resist tapping into the country's potential market.
In a recent article, New York-based media firm Bloomberg has cited IMF outlook that Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, is taking over as the region’s growth leader.
Bloomberg's Misery Index of inflation and unemployment has found that many Asian economies are in a relatively good place.
Japanese Asahi Group Holdings Ltd., and Kirin Holdings Co. are considering bidding for shares of Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverage (Sabeco) in the auction expected to be held next month, according to newswire Nikkei.