VOV.VN - Capital withdrawals of foreign retailers in Vietnam have fielded a number of queries on whether the firms had sustained losses or if the local business climate lacked enough incentives.
VOV.VN - Ride-hailing startup Grab has branched out into financial services by founding another subsidiary - Grab Financial Group Vietnam.
Six leading Israeli fintech companies came to Vietnam to attend the “Fintech – accelerating digital transformation through AI & Automation Technologies” seminar, joining around 100 representatives from firms, banks, and insurance companies from Vietnam.
The French supermarket group Auchan Retail has decided to sell 18 loss-making stores in Vietnam, said CEO Edgar Bonte.
Developers in the southern region are ignoring the workers’ housing segment despite the huge demand for it, analysts said.
VOV.VN - Despite a lucrative route to startups in Vietnam, how to develop them into unicorn firms remains a knotty issue, insiders have said.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s luxury residential sector remains an attractive option to international buyers, regardless of the fact that growth is slowing for luxury home prices across the world’s major cities, as noted by a global real estate services provider.
VOV.VN - Several steel businesses from the Republic of Korea (RoK) have outlined their plans to promote investments in the Vietnamese market, according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
VOV.VN - India stood as the biggest supplier of all types of seafood products to Vietnam, making up 21.9% of the country’s total seafood imports in the first eight months of the year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
The availability of a series of new foreign domain names in the Vietnamese market is offering more choices to local companies and opening up new opportunities for domain name registrars.
A Japanese and an American brand, Diana and Kotex, are enjoying the lion’s share of the fast-growing personal hygiene products market in Vietnam.
More money has been injected into the e-commerce market, while leading e-commerce firms have expanded.
The Republic of Korea's distribution and food processing companies are shifting to Vietnam from China amid tougher business conditions and strained bilateral relations in the world's most populous market, the RoK’s Yonhap news agency reported.
Thailand's Central Group is planning to spend 200 billion THB (around 6.3 billion USD) on expanding domestic and overseas retail networks and hotels in the next five years, with Vietnam named as a prioritised market.
Chinese online retailers are penetrating the Vietnamese market, putting pressure on domestically made products, analysts have warned.
Some 1,000 cars worth 94 million USD were imported to the Vietnamese market in January, reports the General Statistics Office.
VOV.VN - Alpec joint venture company and Nidec, a Japanese business have stricken a strategic cooperation agreement to provide high-quality elevator installation, warranty and maintenance services in Vietnam.
The volume of fruits and vegetables imported from Thailand is expected to surge this year as import tariffs imposed on these products are reduced to 0%, heating up pressure on their Vietnamese peers.
VOV.VN - Japanese and Thai shops and supermarkets are dominating Vietnam’s retail market by offering competitive prices on a wide range of goods from food and household utensils to electronic products.
Industry insiders and experts are calling on the government to rewrite local tax rules to force major Internet companies to pay tax on profits they make from the Vietnamese market.