Many solar power plants have become operational in the southern region in the first half of 2019, showing part of the solar power development wave to meet the economic growth demand in Vietnam.
For a long time, Vietnam has been considered as a potential retail market thanks to crowded population and strong purchasing power but not every retailer is able to succeed in doing business here.
Businesses, especially startups, play a very important role in creating new momentum for the national economy, said Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh.
Vietnam’s leading food firm Kido Corporation (Kido) has completed the negotiations for the purchase of a food manufacturing and processing firm which has an annual revenue of VND1.6-2 trillion ($70.4-87.9 million).
Fourteen outstanding business leaders from Vietnam were honoured as winners of the prestigious Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2017 (APEA) at a ceremony in HCM City on December 19, the first time it was held in the country.
KIDO Corporation (KDC) has teamed up with TTC Group to produce and distribute sugar.
The Vietnam Sugarcane and Sugar Association (VSSA) hopes to set up power plants that run on sugarcane by-products.
Domestic and international experts in the sugarcane industry gathered at the fifth TTC annual international sugarcane conference recently held in Phan Thiet city of Binh Thuan province to discuss ways to help the Vietnamese sugarcane industry develop sustainably.
VOV.VN - A Ho Chi Minh based company that has minimal experience in setting up power projects on any scale let alone a mega scale is seeking investors for a US$1 billion solar power venture.
No regulations require Vietjet to hold their initial public offering (IPO) in Vietnam before moving to an offshore market.
Conglomerate TTC Group, which operates in sugar production, energy, and real estate, plans to raise US$600 million from selling the shares of one of its sugar units then list it in Singapore by 2020.