After months of challenges and faults in the global ingredient supply chain, peaks and valleys are the landscape for Vietnamese drug giants in their first-half performance, and several factors remain that could damage their operational prospects in the months to come.
Vietnamese goods are likely to face intense competition once the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) takes effect in early August, economists have forecast.
Vietnam’s coal imports in the first half of this year surged by more than 50% to a record high, government data showed on Monday, mostly to feed the country’s growing number of coal-fired power plants.
Vietnamese electric motorbike manufacturer PEGA is going to bring its electric motorbikes to Cuban roads, creating a much-needed buzz for the country’s e-vehicle industry.
Thousands of foreign workers will be allowed to enter the country as the Vietnamese government is moving to ease entry restrictions following the containment of the coronavirus.
Vietnamese enterprises investing and doing business in Laos needed to apply online solutions in corporate management to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, which was hitting the Lao economy hard, and develop plans for post-pandemic recovery.
Vietnam recorded a trade surplus $5.46 billion in the first half of this year, widening from a surplus of $1.72 billion in the same period last year, government customs data released on Monday showed.
Olive oil, the main element of the Italian cuisine, is similar to fish sauce in the Vietnamese cuisine.
Vietnam’s no-frills airline Vietjet was honored among the three best-performing firms on the Vietnamese stock exchange in 2019 at a ceremony organized in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday.
With a scale of nearly US$180 billion and an annual two-digit growth rate, the Vietnamese consumer retail market is being squeezed by foreign investors.