Vietnam's support industry is struggling to attract foreign investment as multinational companies look for alternative options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Vietnam Administration of Seas and Islands (VASI) has been assigned to organise an international conference on sustainable ocean economy and climate change adaptation, slated for late March in the central city of Da Nang.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) in collaboration with the Vietnam Association for Supporting Industries (VASI) on October 2 organised a conference in Montreal, Canada, to seek business cooperation in supporting industry between Vietnam and Quebec province.
A Seas and Islands Week will be held in June with many activities designed to enhance women’s engagement in environmental protection and promote gender equality in sea-related activities, in line with the theme of the World Oceans Day (June 8) this year.
Global value chains were an indispensable way for local firms to build and develop brands, said Le Hoang Tai, deputy director of the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (VIETTRADE).
Only about 300 of the over 1,800 businesses working in supporting industries in Vietnam have joined production chains of multinational enterprises, a figure described by analysts as too modest.
Vietnam will cooperate with Japan in reducing marine plastic waste, according to head of the Vietnam Administration of Seas and Islands (VASI) Ta Dinh Thi.
Thirty-two Vietnamese businesses operating in the field of mechanical manufacturing and supporting industries have participated in the 22nd Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo (M-Tech 2018) that opened in Tokyo, Japan, on June 20.
Supporting industry development will create a driving force for Vietnam’s automobile industry, as heard a seminar held by the Vietnam Association of Supporting Industries (VASI) in Ho Chi Minh City on May 24.
The Vietnam Administration of Seas and Islands (VASI) held a symposium on studying the application of oceanographic models to adjust sea radar data, and make wave and flow forecasts in the East Sea and the western coast of the Gulf of Tonkin on March 21 in Hanoi.
Vietnam’s electronics enterprises should enhance linkages and increase productivity if they want to grow sustainably and integrate more deeply into the global supply chain, experts said at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on March 13.
The Vietnam Association of Supporting Industries (VASI) was officially established in Hanoi on March 18 with a view to contributing to relevant policy planning and connecting domestic and foreign markets.
Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Nguyen Linh Ngoc has urged the Marine Natural Resources-Environment Survey Centre to improve professional skills of its staff in order to reap more successes.
A forum and exhibition on technology serving the development of Vietnam’s marine economy is taking place in the northern coastal city of Haiphong from May 7-8.