The law on managing the use of State capital invested in an enterprise's manufacturing has revealed shortcomings, according to the Ministry of Finance (MoF).
Efforts to boost business and production fuelled by the gradual use of COVID-19 vaccines have helped recover the country’s economic growth, driven largely by the manufacturing and processing activities.
Stable supporting industries and restructuring of chains for industrial production are crucial to improving the country’s manufacturing sector, according to Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
Industrial property continues to be a hot segment for Viet Nam’s real estate market with mounting enquiries as manufacturers seek to mitigate risk and diversify supply chains, according to Savills Viet Nam.
In line with the global vaccine visa drive, Vietnam’s latest move to complete technical infrastructure for the availability of such a travel document in April is expected to revive industries, heralding strong economic recovery ahead.
The Government should develop more policies for Vietnamese small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to help them take advantage of the EU–Việt Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), according to experts.
After a decade of development, consumer finance firms are now ramping up their transformation from digital adoption which has taken a quantum leap, to how they diversify their loan portfolios and reducing cash loan exposure.
State-owned enterprises (SOEs) need to enhance their autonomy and responsibility under market mechanisms to contribute to the growth of the economy, according to a report by the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).
Being the key mainstay of the economy, the Vietnamese private sector is set to enjoy a more favourable business and investment climate, with hurdles to be removed for it to make rapid strides in supporting Vietnam to achieve the dream of becoming a developed country by 2045.
Despite chronic overloading on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange recently, a series of stocks are still making their way to the main bourse in March, putting more pressure on the exchange.