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EU investors eye investment expansion in Vietnam

EU investors eye investment expansion in Vietnam

With the positive business situation, the majority of European investors in Vietnam want to expand investment in the country in the coming months, said the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) at March 8's press briefing.

More administrative procedures cut to support foreign firms

More administrative procedures cut to support foreign firms

More than 5,000 administrative procedures as well as business conditions and specialised inspection procedures have been removed to facilitate European small and medium enterprises’ operation in Vietnam, said Minister, Chairman of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung.

HCM City, EuroCham step up cooperation

HCM City, EuroCham step up cooperation

The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) will implement a number of cooperation programmes with Ho Chi Minh City and vicinal localities, with focus on promoting the city’s economic potential among European enterprises, said Eurocham co-Chairman Nicolas Audier.

Pharma investment can unlock new opportunity

Pharma investment can unlock new opportunity

Vietnam has a unique opportunity to unlock sector development in the area of innovative healthcare amid the successful conclusion of international trade agreements and the regional integration through the ASEAN Economic Community.

PM Phuc underscores capital investment in the economy

PM Phuc underscores capital investment in the economy

VOV.VN - Capital investment in the national economy is considered a vote in favour of the Government, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the annual Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2017 in Hanoi on December 12.

Mini-marts disrupt food industry

Mini-marts disrupt food industry

Convenience stores were the most successful food and drink service channels in the past year, according to results of a survey released at a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 30.

Stop alcohol tax hikes, brewers plead

Stop alcohol tax hikes, brewers plead

Taxes on alcohol and soft drinks should not be hiked again in the next few years since successive hikes in special consumption tax have had a strong impact on the market, a round table organised by the Vietnam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association heard in Ho Chi Minh City on November 22.

Draft law to globalise logistics areas

Draft law to globalise logistics areas

Vietnam might, for the first time, allow 100 per cent foreign-invested firms in three logistics service areas, paving the way for an influx of foreign investment capital in the sector.

Deputy PM hails EuroCham’s policy recommendations

Deputy PM hails EuroCham’s policy recommendations

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said that policy recommendations in the EuroCham’s White Book, especially those pertaining to improving competitiveness and legal frameworks, have important value.

Dairy firms to set own retail prices

Dairy firms to set own retail prices

Traders producing and importing milk and food supplements for children under 6 years old will be allowed to self-determine the retail prices for their products, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has announced.

European SMEs look to rule changes

European SMEs look to rule changes

More European small-and medium-sized enterprises are finding Vietnam a favourable destination for investment in anticipation of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement and a new law supporting small-and medium-sized firms.

Vietnam woos EuroCham pharmaceutical businesses

Vietnam woos EuroCham pharmaceutical businesses

Vietnam encourages international pharmaceutical businesses, including members of EuroCham, to extend their investment and establish research centres in the country, said Nguyen Van Binh, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the committee’s Economic Commission.

Tax, customs policies remain roadblocks to enterprises

Tax, customs policies remain roadblocks to enterprises

While acknowledging the Government’s efforts in tax reforms, many enterprises say cumbersome tax and customs procedures are blunting the country’s advantage in low-price labour. Participants discussed this at a recent EuroCham workshop on changes in tax and customs regulations.