While gold has long been considered a safe-haven investment in uncertain and highly volatile markets, Exness specialist Michael Stark told VIR’s Quang Minh that it is important for investors to think cautiously, understand their aims, and increase their knowledge about how gold investments work in order to ensure it matches their tolerance for risk and financial goals.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still at large, in order to assist foreign investors to view the industrial park from a distance, the landlord of Nam Dinh Vu IP has introduced a new approach using virtual reality technology.
Viet Nam needed to improve its infrastructure in order to attract more FDI, a webinar heard on Monday.
Competition in Vietnam’s government procurement market is expected to heat up with the involvement of EU contractors, driven by the country’s highest-ever market-opening commitment in this field. Nguyen Thi Thu Trang, director of the World Trade Organization and International Trade Centre under the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, analyses the advantages and disadvantages, and how the market order will change.
Investment attraction in North Vietnam over the next five years will focus on infrastructure and logistics development in order to enable the Red River Delta region to become a key logistics centre for the country, as well as to draw more international investment into the region.
Vietnam’s textile, leather, and footwear industries are optimistically looking to profit from the newly effective trade deal between the European Union and Vietnam. However, a decline in orders from the old continent amid the pandemic is expected to lead to stagnating production and business outlooks for the remainder of this year.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on August 27 asked ministries and agencies to closely monitor and accelerate granting of visas to foreign experts and investors.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested ministries and localities to soon address shortcomings in legal environment for building the e-government, while chairing an online meeting on August 26.
The Government has ordered more policies to support local residents and enterprises amid the Covid-19 outbreak, in addition to calling for more efforts to fight against the pandemic and boost the economic development.
According to US Supreme Court Justice Wendell Holmes, Jr, "Taxes are what we pay for civilised society”. And just like the societies we live in, tax laws must evolve and adapt to new circumstances and challenges in order to pay for the provision of government goods and services as well as the infrastructure we rely upon to lead our daily lives.