VOV.VN - The ongoing complicated developments relating to the COVID-19 pandemic both globally and domestically are causing an array of difficulties for the local business community, with many of them enduring negative growth over the past few months with no positive signs on the horizon.
Vietnam boasts great potential for agricultural development. Since doi moi was launched in 1986, appropriate orientations and policies have helped awaken this potential, greatly contributing to ensuring national food security, hunger eradication, and poverty reduction while further improving the livelihoods of rural people
The Vietnam Private Sector Economic Forum 2019 opened in Hanoi on May 2, with a special conference focusing on the sustainable formation and development of agro-forestry-fishery value chains for international integration.
Better supplier-buyer relations with multinationals located in Vietnam would help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) gain access to electronics global value chains, experts have said.
As Vietnam’s economic hub, Ho Chi Minh City boasts advantages to develop startups, with its science-technology resources accounting for 25% and the number of operating businesses taking up 50% of the country’s, while its labour productivity is 2.5 times higher than the national average.
Vietnamese textile and garment firms should pay more attention to technologies and their value chains to sustain their growth, a conference on textile value chains heard on April 12.
The Department of Cooperatives and Rural Development and non-governmental Good Neighbors International (GNI) signed a pact on March 7 to develop new cooperative models and farm produce value chains in Vietnam.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung asked the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s Samsung Electronics Vietnam Company Ltd to continue providing concrete support in training and technology transfer to enable Vietnamese support industry firms to join Samsung’s value chains.
Amidst current globalization trend and regional economic connectivity, each APEC member should be aware of the significance of becoming part of the global supply, production and value chains, said a Ministry of Industry of Trade official.
VOV.VN - With a year-on-year growth of 130%, vegetable and fruit exports have been topping Vietnam’s exports of farm produce over the past 8 months, earning US$1.7 billion and exceeding the rice export value for the first time.
President Tran Dai Quang urged small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to churn out products and services of international standards as part of the global value chain.
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong has spoken to local media about measures to boost agricultural restructuring to further develop the sector.
The Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) will convene the fifth nationwide congress for the 2016-2020 tenure, in Hanoi from July 17-19, its Chairman Vo Kim Cu told a press conference on July 12.
Vietnam and India have made significant progress in textile and garment trade last year, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai on March 15.
Asia is poised to ignite a decade of global trade growth and be the starting point for a quadrupling of worldwide exports to an estimated US$68.5 trillion by 2050, according to new forecasts in HSBC’s landmark Trade Winds report.
The Mekong Delta needs to recover declining sales of Pangasius (tra) fish by creating value chains, speakers said at a forum on tra fish production held last week in Dong Thap province.
A workshop was held in Hanoi on September 17 to discuss ways to improve capacity of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in accessing global and regional markets.