Vietnamese air conditioner manufacturers are increasingly using sophisticated technologies as they jostle for market share in a competitive market.
In the last 30 years, Vietnam has attracted massive amounts of FDI but has missed opportunities to develop supporting industries.
Toshiba’s colossal losses and the resulting distrust of creditors may negatively affect its operations in Vietnam and raise questions about the future of its plans here.
As foreign companies continue to face a shortage of skilled employees, redressing the issue of practical education and training has become a pressing concern for the country as well as for many big investors here.
Korean tech giants like Samsung and LG Display are rapidly replacing Japanese firms in electronics production of TVs and other consumer electronic goods in Vietnam.
Technology and electronic products distributor Digiworld Corporation (Digiworld) has been listed among top 50 Vietnam Brands 2015 by Brand Finance, a brand valuation and strategy consultancy.
(VOV) - Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on September 18 attended a reception at Kanagawa Prefecture, one of the most highly industrialized areas in Japan located near the capital of Tokyo.
Japan-based Toshiba Corporation and the Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-HCMC) celebrated 10 years of the Toshiba scholarship on September 11.
The Republic of Korean conglomerate Lotte will join hands with two Japanese groups to develop a multibillion-dollar real estate complex in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - Three Japanese firms have been awarded a contract to supply construction and transport monitoring and supervision equipment for a south-north expressway project in HCM City.
(VOV) - The leading Japanese electrical and electronics group Toshiba has announced a multiple-country smart grid business plan that includes Vietnam.
Japan’s Toshiba group officially opened its Asia Pacific representative office in HCM City on March 6.