The fourth wave of COVID-19 has changed the routines of many people working in industrial parks (IPs) in northern Viet Nam.
The COVID-19 health crisis and resulting wide-ranging and deeply-felt economic upheaval has flipped the logistics industry on its head, leaving ill-protected freight firms in dire need of emergency State support to survive hardships.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left Ho Chi Minh City’s residential leasing industry stagnant. While the number of tenants has dropped dramatically, many high- and mid-end apartments have stayed unoccupied.
HCM City authorities will continue to support the business community affected by the pandemic and speed up the vaccination drive, Nguyen Van Nen, secretary of the city Party Committee, said during an online conference on Thursday.
The rise of local retailers via mergers and acquisitions is expected to transform the competitive landscape of Vietnam’s retail market, which used to be dominated by foreign investors, and help domestic equivalents complete their ecosystems.
Despite a big rise in the prices of construction materials and fuel, a 5-year low in the consumer price index caused by weak demand in the first five months of 2021 is signalling a successful control of inflation.
At the heart of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in Viet Nam, nearly 400 traders and drivers involved in the lychee trade in Luc Ngan District, Bac Giang Province have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The fourth wave of COVID-19 infections in Viet Nam has caused disruptions to most sectors once again as the country was preparing for the tourism season.
New investors flocking into the stock market and securities firms disallowing cancellation and modification of orders are major factors behind HoSE trading value climbing peak after peak.
There were positive developments of industrial parks in Viet Nam in the first five months of the year, but experts still say the country should do more to attract big investors.