Vietnam's plans on digital economy, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, smart cities and startups are clearly helping the country’s IT industry continue to record strong revenue growth.
Vietnamese hoteliers are beginning to turn the tables in the resort chain world by snapping up properties from international hotel chains.
Vietnam is integrating increasingly with the global economy, having signed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) this month and discussing four other free trade agreements, the annual Economic Scenarios Conference heard in HCM City on March 20.
The KPMG Vietnam Tax Institute 2017 series held its first session in Ho Chi Minh City recently, covering the most pressing issues of Vietnam’s tax system.
On November 24, European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham), in collaboration with EU-Vietnam Business Network (EVBN), hosted EuroCham Central Vietnam Business Forum (ECV Business Forum) 2017 in Danang. This is the second time this event has been organised in the city.
In response to the increasing enterprise-wide need for quality professional services, KPMG Vietnam has recently launched a new service arm to support the local business community.
The introduction of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) 9, effective from January 1, 2018, marks one of the most significant accounting changes that banks are facing today, said Tran Dinh Vinh Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Vietnam.
With the Vietnamese thirst for beer seeming to know no limits, brewers are finding it hard to resist tapping into the country's potential market.
Economic boundaries opening wider thanks to free trade agreements (FTAs) are forecast to expand the Vietnamese mergers and acquisitions market, although these new opportunities may come at a price.
KPMG, one of the Big4 and the leading firm in audit and professional services, announced on June 22 that it will be launching a new service to provide corporations and organisations access to highly trained professionals for short-term secondments.
(VOV) -The total value of all Vietnamese mergers and acquisitions(M&As) increased five-fold to nearly US$5 billion in 2012 said Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Dang Huy Dong at the August 8 (M&A) Forum in Ho Chi Minh City.