Nearly 250 Vietnamese businesses have decided to work with each other to bring high-quality products to Vietnamese consumers, a move that will help them compete with foreign goods flooding the home market.
Digital technology plays an important role and has a significant impact on Vietnamese enterprises’ activities.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said he supports Samsung group’s further expansion of investment in Vietnam to other fields besides electronics, suggesting such industries as energy, sea port, health care, infrastructure and science-technology.
Vietnamese and Swedish trade officials called on Vietnamese exporters to be proactive in making changes to boost their share in the European market.
Vietnam's retail sector is witnessing an unprecedented, intense race that will potentially shake up the whole market and reveal where local companies may stand amid a strong invasion of foreign investors.
The Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) is on Nikkei Asian Review’s Asia300 list, which names Asia’s most dynamic companies, a company representative said on March 18.
Enterprises in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long are taking part in an international trade fair in Kampong Speu town in the Cambodian province of Kampong Speu.
The Turkish government on March 4 terminated investigations into mobile phones imported from Vietnam without safeguard measures, according to the Vietnam Competition Authority (VCA).
The Vietnamese retail market has seen some mergers and acquisitions (M&A) between foreign and Vietnamese enterprises, thanks to the huge development potential of the retail sector.
Ambassador Nguyen Trung Thanh hoped for successful relations between Vietnamese enterprises in Switzerland and Russia, which are expected to open up new business opportunities.
President Truong Tan Sang urged the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises and ministries and agencies to step up cooperation to provide local businesses with ample support to develop strong Vietnamese brands and products as well as the country’s supporting industry
FPT, Vietcombank, PetroVietnam Gas (PVGas), Vinamilk, and Vingroup are five Vietnamese enterprises that appeared on the Asia300 report, which was released recently by Nikkei Asian Review.
A delegation of officials from the Beninese Government and Ivory Coast’s cotton-cashew council is seeking cooperation with southern Binh Phuoc province to improve cashew cultivation techniques and productivity back home.
Only 10% of Vietnamese enterprises use modern technology, of which only 2% have hi-tech.
Vietnamese enterprises have a big opportunity to enter the global value chain with several investors entering the country, Nguyen Mai, chairman of Vietnam Association of Foreign Invested Enterprises said.
Representatives from Vietnamese enterprises in Cambodia have called on the Vietnamese Government to create more favourable conditions for them to conduct business in the host country, contributing to boosting bilateral economic, trade and investment ties.
A workshop was held in New Delhi, India on September 29 to promote Vietnamese agricultural products in the country.
A number of Vietnamese enterprises in various fields joined the Fine Food Show 2015 which is underway in Sydney, Australia from September 20-23.
Applying advanced technology is a prerequisite for Vietnamese enterprises to ensure their competitive capacity in the context of deep integration, which opens both benefits and setbacks for the country, said Minister of Science and Technology Nguyen Quan.
(VOV) -Hong Kong enterprises want to cooperate with Vietnam in developing brand names and creating eye-catching product designs to improve competitiveness.