Viet Nam must reduce logistic costs to strengthen competitive capacity as the country pushes for greater international economic integration, heard participants at the Vietnam Logistics Forum 2020 in Ha Noi on Thursday.
Experts are upbeat about Viet Nam’s post-pandemic economy, urging enterprises to grasp opportunities arising from new trends, such as digital transformation, energy infrastructure development and global production shift as well as new trade deals.
Though difficulties caused by COVID-19 were reflected in the business results of listed realty firms, experts are still optimistic about the market.
On 15 November, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed by ten ASEAN member countries and five other ally countries, namely, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand.
Office rental rates will continue to drop while supply will be in the non-central business district areas in HCM City in the coming time, according to property research companies.
Smarter logistics are key for Viet Nam to advance in the global value chain amid the fourth industrial revolution and the COVID-19 pandemic, experts told the Vietnam Business Summit 2020 yesterday in Ha Noi.
Despite a tough year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the national wood sector looks set to achieve its export turnover target of US$12 billion, and some wood processing businesses have so many orders while they are in short of workers to complete them, according to the Viet Nam Timber and Forest Product Association (Vietforest).
The unprecedented public health challenges this year have led to the genesis of a new class of investment channels, paving the way for both individual and institutional investors to pour their cash into more diversified portfolios.
Mekong Delta businesses should connect with businesses owned by ethnic Vietnamese in the US to facilitate the distribution of Vietnamese goods in that country, experts have said.
It has been nearly a year since the first coronavirus-infected case was reported in China. There are now nearly 52.5 million infection cases worldwide and more than 1.29 million people have died of the disease.