With preferential tariffs provided under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), Viet Nam has the opportunity to increase exports of garments, footwear, timber products, and beverages to other member countries.
With the Vietnamese economy still growing, firms' boards of directors should develop to take advantage of opportunities, a top businessman has said.
A legal framework covering condotel properties is urgently needed to protect the rights of both developers and buyers and to ensure sustainable development.
As condo hotel, or ‘condotel,’ construction surges in coastal Vietnamese localities, authorities are sounding a call for legislation that would help regulate and monitor contractors’ fundraising schemes for new projects.
Bidding for electricity projects instead of using the feed-in tariff price mechanism would make Viet Nam's electricity more transparent and offer cheaper consumer power prices, experts said at a conference in Ha Noi on Wednesday.
Digitisation of farming is inevitable and Viet Nam should embrace it to resolve the agricultural paradox of producing more while preserving natural resources and to grab the opportunities brought by free trade agreements, experts have said.
National Assembly (NA) deputies on Wednesday suggested the Government should tighten the management of loan collections.
An expert at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has recommended several ways to help transform HCMC into a financial center, including developing a comprehensive legal framework, creating a solid market infrastructure and ensuring monetary policy independence.
This was the main topic of a workshop themed “Managing third-party risks under Circular 18” held in Hanoi by the Vietnam Banks Association, together with PwC Vietnam and PwC Vietnam Cyber Security Services Co., Ltd.
A number of National Assembly (NA) deputies agreed household businesses should be subject to the amended Law on Enterprises on Friday.