VOV.VN - Human resources are a key factor in a country’s success and progress. In its socio-economic development strategy until 2020, Vietnam pays special attention to human resource development.
Research and development (R&D) is the cornerstone of innovation and the driving force of economic growth in the digital age, experts said at the ASEAN – China smart industry conference in Ho Chi Minh City on July 25.
German technology firm Bosch Vietnam has celebrated the fifth anniversary of its automotive research and development (R&D) centre in Vietnam.
A stronger focus on the quality of the foreign investment inflow is even more urgent when its links with and the spillover effects on domestic industry fall short of expectations.
Vietnamese firms should hasten technological development to position the country as a global manufacturing centre, Swedish experts said at a seminar on May 7.
VOV.VN - Sa Pa town in Lao Cai province is beginning to grow more medicinal plants particularly artichokes. Its new interest in medicinal herbs was awakened by Do Tien Sy, the director the Traphaco Joint Stock Company which produces natural healthcare products.
Vietnam is making great strides to increase international integration for trade expansion and investment attraction.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue announced a draft resolution of the Government on key tasks and solutions to achieve socio-economic development goals and State budget estimate for 2019 during a conference on December 28.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked the Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) to boost its transparency, financial potential and management capacity in line with international standards.
One of the deepest hopes clinging to foreign direct investment (FDI) is the transfer of technology to domestic firms with which the national economy expects to enhance its technological strength.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) flows into real estate have been very high so far this year, and a new record is expected to be set this year.
Vietnam’s top-three pharmaceutical firms will give priority to the research of new drugs this year to increase competitiveness amid stiffening competition from multinational corporations and new domestic rivals.
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.
The picture of Bosch in Vietnam is a multi-faceted one, which people may fail to grasp in a single glance.
VOV.VN - Since its inauguration 15 years ago, the Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has drawn numerous investors including Intel, Samsung, Nidec, FPT and Jabil. Ho Chi Minh City is taking steps to turn the park into the region's Silicon valley.
Innovation was critical for the growth of factory productivity, but Vietnamese firms spent less on research and development (R&D) than in most other Southeast Asian countries.
By focusing on localisation through distribution channels and research and development (R&D), Thien Long Group Corporation (Thien Long) has gained significant market share in Myanmar and now targets to expand its business in other foreign markets.
Along with investing $17 billion in high-tech complexes in Thai Nguyen and Bac Ninh provinces, Samsung plans to encroach on other sectors in Vietnam.
With Vo Quang Hue’s achievements at Robert Bosch Vietnam, Hue is considered an important factor in realising the dream of “Made in Vietnam” automobiles as he has joined Vingroup as deputy CEO-Automotive to oversee the group's Vinfast manufacturing complex.
VOV.VN - 10 Vietnamese students have qualified to compete at the grand finale of the Samsung Collegiate Programming Cup 2017 set for August 17 at the Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D campus.