The large number of small logistics firms is preventing the sector from contributing more to Vietnam’s economy.
Wood industry players in Vietnam are expected to make leaps and bounds to help make Vietnam become the world’s second largest interior furniture exporter, after China, within the next 7-8 years.
The HCM City Department of Science and Technology has been trying to commercialise research outcomes by linking demand and supply, investing to bring technologies to the market and helping register intellectual property rights.
Highly capable and diverse boards of directors that adhere to social responsibility are crucial for corporate sustainability, experts said during a forum in Ho Chi Minh City on December 7.
Vietnamese wood and furniture firms need to improve their designs, distribution and brands to enable Vietnam to become a global furniture hub, a conference heard in Ho Chi Minh City on December 7.
A meeting was held in Hanoi on December 8 to introduce cooperation opportunities between Vietnam’s small- and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) and PUM Netherlands senior experts - a volunteer organisation committed to the sustainable development of SMEs in developing countries and emerging markets.
Nearly 40 Vietnamese firms are introducing their handicraft products like rattan, brocade and earthware items at the 2018 L'Artigiano in Fiera in Milan, Italy.
Domestically-invested coffee processor and exporter Trung Nguyen has debuted its new coffee product which is expected to become the new favourite add and additional drink to connoisseurs.
In order to boost sustainable economic growth, create new jobs, and attract more high-quality investment, Vietnam is mulling over the creation of a hallmark strategy on the Fourth Industrial Revolution with specific targets and action plans.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is set to surpass last year’s record level of exports and rake in a total of roughly US$240 billion by the end of the year despite the difficulties of trade barriers, increased protectionism from different nations and US-China trade tensions.
Consumer habits have changed as technologies have penetrated every aspect of life, leaving product and service providers with no other choice than to adapt.
Saigon leads Vietnam in real estate interest, drawing 300 million internet searches in the last 12 months.
The Saigon Beer-Alcohol Beverage Corporation (Sabeco) early this week announced that it received an official letter from the State Securities Commission approving unrestricted foreign ownership at the largest beverage company in Vietnam.
Governing for sustainability, a hot issue in Vietnamese business activities amid the process of international economic integration, was discussed at a forum in Ho Chi Minh City on November 7.
Online Friday 2018 officially kicked off on December 7, with 5,000 products at promotional prices of VND0 or with prices reduced by 80% to 90%, according to event organiser the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency (IDEA) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
A trade promotion programme was held in Senegal by the Trade Office of the Vietnamese Embassy in Algeria and Senegal from December 2-8 to boost trade relations between the two nations.
While growth is set to ease in 2019, Vietnam will still be among the top 10 fastest-growing economies globally, according to the “Economic Insight: South-East Asia” report recently released by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
US Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel Kritenbrink highlighted Vietnam’s effort in promoting its integration into the international market at a workshop held by the American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) in Ho Chi Minh City on December 7.
VOV.VN - DHL Express, the world's leading international express delivery provider inaugurated its Hanoi East Service Centre at Sai Dong B Industrial Park, Long Bien District, Hanoi on December 7.
The fees for container loading and unloading services from ships to port yard at Vietnamese seaports will be adjusted from January 1, 2019, according to new regulations of the Ministry of Transport.