A workshop was held in the central city of Da Nang on July 17 to discuss ways to improve the effectiveness of support policies for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) said with good results in preventing the pandemic and the chance for economic recovery, Vietnam still needs to be cautious in the second half of the year.
Vietnam needs to focus on developing the infrastructure system of industrial zones (IZs) to draw clean and quality foreign direct investment (FDI) in the context of the global production shift, heard a conference on June 19 in Hanoi.
The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) held a workshop in Hanoi on June 1 to look into bottlenecks in Vietnam’s development post-COVID-19.
As the Law on Enterprises is no longer suitable due to heavy burdens of administrative procedures it placed on local firms, a revised bill is necessary to better the business climate and enhance the competitive edge of the economy, according to the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).
The elimination of business conditions has helped ease burden on enterprises, but much work needs to be done to boost the effectiveness, heard a workshop in Hanoi on February 27.
Vietnam should improve structural reforms and businesses’ competitiveness to efficiently implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), heard a conference held by the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) in Hanoi on February 19.
Vietnam is now committed to boosting equitisation of many state-owned enterprises in order to create a level playing field.
Economics experts has called for an independent law to be set up focusing on household businesses.
Vietnam must continue to improve on its Law on Enterprises, experts and researchers said at a law conference in Hanoi on November 18.
The escalating US-China trade war has made Vietnam’s trade gap with China widen to 29.5 billion USD in the first 10 months of 2019, up 47.9 percent from the same time last year, according to insiders.
State-owned-enterprises (SoEs) are largely unprepared for the demands of the digital age despite pressing demand for change in the sector, a researcher has said.
The private sector was the main driver of growth for Vietnam in the first nine months this year, a conference held by the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) heard in Hanoi on October 30.
A workshop discussing measures to remove difficulties facing enterprises in implementing regulations and procedures related to business registration, construction license, asset registration, tax and social insurance was held in Hanoi on October 28.
Vietnam needs to issue special policies for the automobile industry to catch up with other countries in the ASEAN region, said experts at a conference held in Hanoi on October 22.
More transparent legal documents would contribute to dealing with inconsistencies and overlapping regulations and consolidate investors’ faith.
The rapid development of the IT revolution has helped startups generate a buzz in the social circle, establishing a new era of promoting globalisation in all sectors while building a new economy – the sharing economy.
Vietnam’s economic restructuring and growth model reform in 2016-2020 have been benefiting from positive changes in policies and achievements in the 2011-2015 period, according to economist Nguyen Dinh Cung.
Vietnam’s production and export activities, and its trade balance, may be affected by the tensions between South Korea and Japan, according to Rong Viet Securities.
The Prime Minister's working group said on August 22 that ministries had drastically cut business conditions and administrative procedures in order to facilitate businesses’ activities, but more still needs to be done.