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Quang Ninh speeds up MICE tourism development

Quang Ninh speeds up MICE tourism development

VOV.VN - MICE is a tourism model that combines meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions. This model has developed strongly in recent years in Vietnam’s major cities and the northern province of Quang Ninh, which has seen a growing number of foreign visitors for MICE tourism.

The F&B chains that failed in Vietnam

The F&B chains that failed in Vietnam

Many big players have had to leave, but the Vietnamese food & beverage (F&B) market has never been more attractive in the eyes of investors.

Vietnam’s socio-economy 2019 sees impressive growth

Vietnam’s socio-economy 2019 sees impressive growth

VOV.VN - National Assembly deputies agree that Vietnam has recorded positive and comprehensive socio-economic achievements this year. At a three-day discussion on the socio-economic situation during the on-going National Assembly session in Hanoi, deputies appreciated the government’s drastic, effective management to obtain set targets.

Schneider Electric holds the power

Schneider Electric holds the power

Along with the transformation of industrialisation, digitalisation plays an important role in Industry 4.0, and is considered the golden key in all areas of life and business.

Vietnamese finance market braced for remarkable EVFTA impacts

Vietnamese finance market braced for remarkable EVFTA impacts

Under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), compared to many other service sectors, financial services have been much more limited in market opening in terms of both the scope of activities and the level of foreign participation.

State budget revenue to meet five-year target: MoF

State budget revenue to meet five-year target: MoF

Collection of the State budget between 2016 and 2020 is expected to meet the target of 6.8 quadrillion VND (nearly 293 billion USD), the Ministry of Finance (MoF) reported on October 21.