Vietnamese agricultural, fishery and food businesses were updated on the Singaporean market at an online conference held by the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) and the Vietnamese Trade Office in Singapore on May 29.
Two Vietnamese businesses in Laos presented support in both cash and kind worth US$370,000 to representatives of the Lao Government on April 6 to help with the host country’s fight against COVID-19.
Vingroup and Vietjet Air are among seven Vietnamese companies named in Forbes Asia’s "Best Over A Billion" list.
Vietnamese companies should further invest in and trade with Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia, which are members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, heard a forum in Ho Chi Minh City on March 28.
Vietnamese companies making eco-friendly straws have received many orders from other countries that have reduced the use of plastic straws or even banned their production.
Vietnamese companies are hoping to make big bucks selling popular foods like fried chicken and crispy pork skin.
Vietnamese companies are dominating the cooking oil market despite the presence of big foreign brands.
TAEL Partners—one of the leading Southeast Asian investment managers headquartered in Singapore—is looking for more domestic partners from Vietnam.
The two biggest Thai cement companies were recently involved in million dollar takeovers of two cement companies in Vietnam, but in the face of the domestic cement glut and the bad business results of Vietnamese companies in the industry, was this really a smart move?
A wave of digital technology has swept across Vietnam in recent years, but many Vietnamese companies have refused to sign up for the revolution.
The ICEX Spain Trade and Investment and the Spanish Embassy in Vietnam hosted a programme in Hanoi on October 19, seeking to connect Spanish and Vietnamese companies in internationally-funded projects.
Twenty Vietnamese enterprises are attending the Trade Expo Indonesia 2016, which opened in Jakarta, on October 12.
VOV.VN - 2016 is being observed as the National Year for Startups. This year the issue of startups is attracting the attention of the entire society. Vietnamese enterprises have strongly developed and made important contributions to national economic successes.
According to news site vietnamnet.vn, at the moment at least three Vietnamese companies have submitted documents asking the police to get involved in their dispute with Global Home.
Foreign businesses have invested in their own companies but have also contributed capital to thousands of Vietnamese companies.
Despite the Government’s willingness to enter into free trade agreements, Vietnamese companies are not taking advantage of such pacts to increase exports and are even losing out on their home turf to foreign rivals.
Four Vietnamese companies will exhibit their products at Food & Hotel Asia 2016, a leading international food, beverage and hospitality exhibition to be held in Singapore in April.
Vietnamese companies face integration pressure with a series of trade deals signed in 2015 and early 2016, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and a slew of free trade agreements, and the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).
Vietnamese businesses have performed well in Laos and contributed to local economic growth over the last five years despite the lingering impact of the global economic crisis, said a report delivered at a congress of the Vietnam Business Association in Laos.
Enhancing financial support for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) businesses was the main focus of a conference held by Ho Chi Minh City’s Association of SMEs and the municipal Department of Industry and Trade on June 17.