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Nikkei outlines imminent Samsung production shift to Vietnam

Nikkei outlines imminent Samsung production shift to Vietnam

VOV.VN - Samsung Electronics has initiated plans to end production of its personal computers in China as the firm looks to shift production to Vietnam in an effort to cut costs and remain competitive within the PC market, according to Nikkei Asian Review.

EVFTA could turn Vietnam into new destination for manufacturers: Nikkei

EVFTA could turn Vietnam into new destination for manufacturers: Nikkei

VOV.VN - Business publication Nikkei Asian Review of Japan has recently released an article, affirming the Vietnam National Assembly’s ratification of the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is expected to transform Vietnam into a fresh investment destination for manufacturers looking for alternatives to China.

Local firms seeking ways to reduce dependence

Local firms seeking ways to reduce dependence

VOV.VN - The recent novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has exposed many of the inherent weaknesses of the global economy, with one of them being Vietnam’s heavy dependence on the Chinese market.

Google, Microsoft accelerate shifting production to Vietnam

Google, Microsoft accelerate shifting production to Vietnam

Google and Microsoft are accelerating efforts to shift production from China to Southeast Asian countries, including Vietnam, amid the worsening novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.

Sharp plans new production plant in Vietnam

Sharp plans new production plant in Vietnam

Japanese electronics giant Sharp on August 1 announced its plan to build a new plant in Vietnam in order to avoid new tariffs being imposed in the escalating trade dispute between the US and China.

Grab eyes Vietnam’s startups investments

Grab eyes Vietnam’s startups investments

In addition to Indonesia and Malaysia, Grab will look more at Vietnam because it sees “increased deal flow on potential opportunities there,” said Grab Ventures’ executive.