Vietnamese enterprises made hefty investments in automobile manufacturing projects in 2017, with the aim of becoming an automobile production center in SE Asia.
Enhancing the capacity of enterprises, especially in creating trademarks, is an important requirement for enterprises to meet consumer demand in domestic and export markets, heard a conference in Hanoi on December 27.
Anphabe has launched Vietnam Happiness at Work Summit 2017 on October 12 in the presence of more than 600 CEOs and HR managers from top organisations in the country.
Although Industry 4.0 looms on Vietnam’s horizon, the country’s business community is finding it difficult to find a place in the coming revolution.
VOV.VN - With a market of more than 600 million people, GDP expected to reach US$4.7 trillion by 2020, and potentially becoming the world's fourth largest economy by 2030, the ASEAN Economic Community is offering opportunities for ASEAN businesses, including those from Vietnam.
China has become an increasingly lucrative market for Vietnam’s Tra fish (pangasius) but Vietnamese enterprises face risks in this market.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) 2017 in Vietnam is a golden opportunity for local enterprises to promote trade and investment, according to Hoang Van Dung, Chairman of the APEC 2017 Business Advisory Council.
Several of Vietnam’s important industrial sectors have yet to be paid due attention or have been invested in in an over-diversified or unplanned manner, resulting in low added value to the economy.
The list of top 500 companies in Vietnam in 2016 was announced at a ceremony in Hanoi on January 19.
State-run Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) remains on top of the 500 largest Vietnamese enterprises list (VNR500) in 2016 in terms of revenue.
Authorities of Ho Chi Minh City and Moscow are working together to establish a light industry park for Vietnamese enterprises in the Russian capital.
The average expenditure for science and technology of Vietnamese enterprises is only 0.02% of their total annual spending.
More than 100 executives from Vietnamese packaging businesses took part in a seminar in HCM City on September 16 meant to introduce the 2017 Interpack Fair and Exhibition to be held in Germany.
As many as 137 Vietnamese enterprises will attend the 13 th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO 2016) to be opened on September 11 in China’s Nanning city.
Businesses have put more confidence in Vietnam’s economic prospect, many economists said, pointing to the surge in the newly registered capital and the number of companies resuming operations between January and August.
The Prime Minister has approved a comprehensive plan for developing e-commerce in the 2016-2020 period with specific targets set, according to Decision No. 1563.
Many newly emerged businesses have been sold to foreign investors as soon as they became better known, and before they could become powerful conglomerates.
Vietnam’s food exports will benefit little from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), according to experts.
Market surveys all show that Vietnamese products are more favored by consumers since domestic manufacturers understand the Vietnamese taste.
Mac Quoc Anh, Secretary General of the Hanoi Association for Small and Medium Enterprises, spoke to the newspaper Kinh te & Do thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) about changes to the investment law concerning Vietnamese enterprises.