Ho Chi Minh City has applied several measures to boost the development of enterprises, including turning business households into companies.
Last year was favorable for hydropower companies as demand for electricity grew faster than power capacity. This was enhanced by early rainfall which helped increase production.
Vietnam totalled over 105,000 nationwide newly established companies in the first ten months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 14.6%, according to the Enterprise Development Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Enterprises, especially foreign-invested and State-owned ones, expect better business performance in Q4, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Forbes Vietnam magazine announced the best 50 companies on Vietnam’s stock market in 2016 on September 29.
A total of 36,626 companies in Vietnam were closed in the first six months, or around 203 shutdowns a day, according to new data released by the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
(VOV) -More than 70 representatives from companies, funds and trade organizations in the US have attended a conference in New York on February 5th to promote foreign investment in Vietnam.
Seven companies from France, 9 from Italy and 8 from Spain will share their wines with Vietnamese experts in Ho Chi Minh City (SOFITEL Hotel on June 25) and Hanoi (MELIA Hotel on June 26) at the 2012 Traditional Quality Wine Tasting.
E-Commerce has greatly contributed to increasing Vietnam’s export earnings in recent years.
The Mekong Delta province of An Giang will host the 2012 High-quality Vietnamese Products Fair from March 6 to 11.
The possibility of major US groups upgrading and expanding Vietnam’s infrastructure will be main subject of discussions later this week between the US-ASEAN Business Council (USABC) and the Vietnamese government.