VOV.VN -A survey recently carried out by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) indicates that 41% of Japanese companies are considering expanding their operations in Vietnam over the next three years, a 5.5% rise from a year earlier.
VOV.VN - Of all Japanese enterprises operating in the nation, up to 63.9% have unveiled plans to continue expanding their business in the country, a higher rate than enterprises from ASEAN, ranking third in Asia and Oceania, behind those from Bangladesh and India, according to a recent survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organization.
To help businesses address the challenge of transforming large volumes of data into actionable insights to support business operations, PwC Consulting Vietnam today joined Eurocham and Microsoft Vietnam to organise a workshop themed “How can analytics and artificial intelligence drive new revenue streams for businesses.”
A survey report by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) has revealed that Vietnam ranks among the top five countries preferred by Japanese firms for overseas business operations.
The Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has just asked the Ministry of Finance (MoF) to report on the business operations of Vietnam Lottery Company (Vietlott) which is facing complaints from localities.
State-owned enterprises (SOEs) which record prolonged losses and lose equity capital may be put up for sale or declared bankruptcy according to law.
Japan’s leasing firm Orix will invest in Vietnam's Bitexco Power in mid-September as it seeks to tap growing electricity demand in the Southeast Asian country, Nikkei Asian Review reported on September 1.
Vietnamese auto businesses imported about 5,000 completely built-up unit (CBU) cars, worth US$131 million, in February, 1,000 cars less than the previous month, the General Statistic Office (GSO) said.
VOV.VN - Roughly 64% of Japanese companies operating in Vietnam plan to expand their operations over the coming year, according to a survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
VOV.VN - Businesses in Ho Chi Minh City, the southern economic hub of Vietnam need to recruit roughly 26,000 workers in March, according to the municipal Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information (FALMI).
(VOV) - An Australian chapter of the Vietnamese Business Association was recently launched aiming to serve as an economic bridge between the business communities of the two countries.
Local authorities from the northern province of Ha Nam will create all possible conditions to help business players stabilise and develop their performance.
(VOV) - Vietnam and India have huge potential for strengthening economic and trade cooperation which is yet on a par with their political ties, according to a Ministry of Industry and Trade official.
(VOV) - Vietnamese and European Union experts made proposals at a joint forum in HCM City on May 29 to facilitate business operations and raise bilateral trade ties.
(VOV) -Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) officials gathered in Hanoi on May 9 to devise measures helping businesses resume operation and production in the wake of natural disasters.
(VOV) - Representatives of leading Indian businesses say they are interested in incentives HCM City is offering to foreign investors and want to establish partnerships with local businesses.
(VOV) - The government of Vietnam will work closely with the government of Laos to facilitate the two countries’ business operations.
(VOV) - Economists have reported the national economy faced numerous challenges during 2012, with many businesses suspending operations or declaring bankruptcy and contributing to the year’s rising unemployment rate.
Although Vietnam has tried to maintain export growth, there are some negative signs in the world market, which will affect its business operations.
Vietnam is aiming for monthly credit outstanding growth of 2 percent in the second half of this year to reach an average annual rate of 12-13 percent.