VOV.VN - Vietnam is expected to attract 15 Japanese firms of different sizes that will receive Japanese government’s subsidies to shift manufacturing plants out of China to diversify its supply chain.
An online inter-sectoral discussion on building a comprehensive recovery framework for ASEAN was held on July 14 under the chair of Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung, head of the SOM ASEAN Vietnam.
Vietnam’s leather and footwear industry should improve its supply chain performance to take advantage of the milestone trade deal that the country has signed with the EU and to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, speakers said at a recent international footwear conference.
VOV.VN - With the impending EU-Vietnam Trade Agreement (EVFTA) set to come into force during the second half of the year, exports are poised to enjoy a fresh impetus, but it remains vital to invest methodically and restructure necessary supply chains in order for Vietnamese goods to remain competitive in the long run.
VOV.VN - By mid-May, Vietnamese Tra (Pangasius) exports to the European Union were valued at US$53.4 million, down by nearly 36% compared to the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Vietnamese consumers are some of the most optimistic in Asia during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to American management consulting firm McKinsey’s recent consumer survey.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) and Vietnam held a video conference on April 13 to share ideas on ways to expand their economic ties despite the strain caused by the pandemic on global business activities, according to the Yonhap News Agency.
VOV.VN - Management agencies have put in place drastic steps in a bid to support businesses as they actively seek out sources of raw materials to be used in production whilst boosting trade promotion activities.
Around 53 per cent of Japanese companies from the manufacturing sector start to feel the bite of supply chain disruptions caused by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, according to the latest survey by the Ho Chi Minh City chapters of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI).
VOV.VN - The Vietnam International Machinery Fair 2019 & Vietnam Supporting Industry Fair 2019 opened in HCM City on December 11 to great fanfare with participants coming from across the world to take part in the functions.
Vietnam has been in short of supply chain finance solutions, which help local firm expand their business and penetrate into new markets, heard a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on November 11.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has enjoyed consistent growth in export turnover amid numerous difficulties, with a trade surplus of approximately US$5.9 billion, representing one of the positive aspects of the country’s economic picture during the first nine months of the year.
Japanese retailer AEON Vietnam Co.,Ltd is seeking to increase the number of local businesses in its supply chain system in Vietnam.
According a Nikkei Asian Review report, Vietnam is among the most likely destinations for Apple to restructure its supply chain in.
However, to convert its much-touted supply chain potential, Vietnam needs to build more visibility and credibility amongst international firms.
Vietnamese startups need to pay attention to their branding strategy if the aim is to "go global".
Hanoi has strengthened regional connectivity and links with localities nationwide, especially Son La province, to develop an agricultural supply chain to meet the demand for farm produce of the 10-million strong city.
Investing in logistics and applying lean management are considered two of the solutions to optimise the supply chain, helping domestic garment and textile firms to solve the issues related to warehousing operations to save costs and increase competitive capacity.
VOV.VN - Most Vietnamese businesses are encountering difficulties when they come to accessing capital sources, enhancing supply chain connectivity, and dealing with high production costs.
Farmers in Hanoi have had to throw away hundreds of tons of radishes because of slow sales, reflecting the weakness in Vietnam’s cold supply chain.