The coronavirus outbreak is significantly affecting Vietnam’s supply chains, but it is also an opportunity for the country to identify and cope with weaknesses.
VOV.VN - Vietnam will be able to maintain its high GDP growth if it can negotiate effective trade agreements, especially new-generation free trade agreements.
With its series of recent free trade agreements, Vietnam is becoming very attractive to foreign businesses, especially in the textile and garment sector.
A shortage of resources as well as a modest number of AI firms have been the biggest challenges for the development of artificial intelligence (AI) in Vietnam, said Bui The Duy, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology.
The Government and relevant parties have been recommended to take strong actions to facilitate mergers and acquisitions (M&As) amidst certain challenges posed by both external and internal factors.
The EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVTA) to be signed on June 30 in Hanoi will bring both opportunities and challenges to Vietnam, so domestic enterprises should be really prepared to take full advantages of benefits from the deal, said Sebastian Eckardt, lead economist of the World Bank (WB) in Vietnam.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will create opportunities for Vietnam to boost agricultural exports and improve the capacity of the domestic farming sector, heard a conference in Hanoi on June 26.
Numerous challenges are facing the export of Vietnamese coffee, which has continually declined in both volume and value since the beginning of this year.
Challenges related to network security, customer trust and an inadequate legal framework are road blocks to the digital transformation of Vietnamese banks, experts told a recent conference in HCM City.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has greatly impacted businesses operating in the water sector, offering them both opportunities and challenges, heard a conference in Hue city, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, on May 16.
VOV.VN - Despite a lucrative route to startups in Vietnam, how to develop them into unicorn firms remains a knotty issue, insiders have said.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is likely to miss the window of huge opportunities to bolster its future development if it is unable to find a way to leverage the contribution of the private sector.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s economic growth in 2019 could struggle to enjoy the same pace that it did in 2018 while experts have warned inflation this year, pressed by a tightened fiscal policy, is forecast to be higher than the rate seen last year.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will bring more opportunities than challenges to businesses, so they should swiftly make use of this deal to promote export, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on March 26.
Despite challenges arising, the real estate market in Vietnam ended 2018 in a good place, and expects to remain stable this year.
A conference themed “Challenges & Opportunities for India in the Indo-Pacific Region” was held in New Delhi on October 8 by the Indian Institute of Social Sciences and the Centre for Vietnam Study.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese tourism sector served 13 million foreign visitors and more than 73,000 domestic travelers last year earning more than US$22 billion. The sector is planning drastic measures to increase its growth amidst the challenges of the 4th industrial revolution.
With the hosting of the 14th Assembly of the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) this September, the State Audit of Vietnam (SAV) will become Chairman of ASOSAI for 2018-2021, which is set to bring both opportunities and challenges to a young agency like the SAV.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is set to come into force this year and with its benefits will also come great challenges for the future of agriculture, which has been a sensitive field for both sides during the negotiation process.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s garments and textile industry is approaching the export target of US$31 billion set for this year. Economists predict the sector will continue to prosper next year.