With its engagement in many free trade agreements, Vietnam is becoming an enticing destination for foreign investors who want to engage with the country to improve their supply chains.
Three early stage startups from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam, and three more mature teams originating from outside the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) have won prizes in the Mekong Agritech Challenge (MATCh).
The Mekong Agriculture Technology Challenge (MATch) was introduced in HCM City on November 16, aiming to support agricultural startups for the Mekong region’s agriculture to be turned into a more competitive and sustainable industry.
VOV.VN - Coach Mai Duc Chung has officially convened 23 players for a match against Cambodia at the qualifying round of Asian Cup 2019.
Vietnamese coach Nguyen Huu Thang on March 27 affirmed his team would put in all efforts to win their first match at the 2019 Asian Cup’s last qualifier.
Vietnam’s national U22 team lost to Uzbekistan 1-3 in the last match of the friendly international tournament in Wuhan, China on November 13.
Vietnam defeated the Republic of Korea 25-17, 25-27, 23-25, 25-18, 15-8 to place seventh at the Asian Volleyball Confederation Cup for Women on September 20 in Vinh Phuc Province.
Vietnam temporarily top Group A at the ASEAN Football Federation U16 Championship after two matches.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s football team joined training sessions and practised at the 8,000-seat Ghavamin Stadium, Iran on March 28, to prepare for a match with Iraqi team under the framework of the 2018 World Cup qualifying matches.
The Malaysian and Singaporean football teams have invited Vietnam to join their friendly matches in preparation for the upcoming 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup.
Vietnam Coal and Mineral FC dominated the Thai Son Bac 2012 National Women’s Football Championships, being crowned champions after defeating Ho Chi Minh City FC 1-0 at Ha Nam stadium on May 28.
U19 Vietnam defeated Cambodian rivals 2-1 on February 27 in the framework of the ongoing 2012 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy in Brunei.
Vietnam has jumped two places to 125th in FIFA’s September rankings, while Spain team retains the first place.