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Vietnam must be more competitive: report

Vietnam must be more competitive: report

Vietnam must continue to maintain stability, accelerate restructuring and improve the competitiveness of the economy in the face of ongoing global headwinds, members of a think-tank report.

Vietnam tops productivity growth in ASEAN

Vietnam tops productivity growth in ASEAN

Vietnamese workers have substantially improved their productivity levels in the last 15 years, according to ICAEW’s latest ‘Economic Insight: South East Asia’ event launched in Hanoi on June 10.

Farmers, businesses remain indifferent to TPP

Farmers, businesses remain indifferent to TPP

(VOV) - Farmers in the Mekong Delta region, as is true with most businessmen and women in Vietnam, lack a solid understanding of issues related to regional and global integration and the potential impact on their livelihoods.

Vietnam may lose due to poor infrastructure

Vietnam may lose due to poor infrastructure

Poor infrastructure and a lack of proper mechanisms for private sector investment would prevent Vietnam from making the most of opportunities from its swift international integration, the director of the Vietnam Institute of Economics said.

Seminar discusses preferential tariff to boost exports to Japan

Seminar discusses preferential tariff to boost exports to Japan

(VOV) - On July 21, the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises held a round-table seminar in Hanoi discussing Vietnam’s preferential import tariff when carrying out the 2015-2019 Vietnam-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.

Economist warns of Vietnam’s over dependence on China

Economist warns of Vietnam’s over dependence on China

(VOV) - Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong recently led a delegation of party leaders and cabinet ministers to China on a four-day trip that ended April 10 aimed at mending fences with Vietnam’s largest trading partner.