Viet Nam's real estate market continues to attract foreign investors because of its growth potential, especially Korean investors, according to real estate consulting companies.
Participation in new generation FTAs opens new cooperation opportunities for businesses in Viet Nam’s agricultural sector, but challenges remain.
With its vast potential of e-commerce development thanks to surging IT and wide smartphone coverage, Vietnam is trying to build its own digital economy fuelled by a hallmark strategy on Industry 4.0 that is expected to help the country improve its competitiveness, attract more high-quality investment, and ensure sustainable growth.
The steel industry is facing lawsuits against tax evasion and dumping, according to information from the Viet Nam Steel Association.
Co-operation among businesses is a driving force to help Viet Nam penetrate international markets, meet foreign standards and ensure firms make high-quality products.
After a long day attending the National Assembly session, Thai Deputy Prime Minister Jurin Laksanavisit must have worked up an appetite.
Overlapping legal documents are a major obstacle in need of removal to help construction and the development of housing projects.
The application of advanced technology in preservation and processing is the most important factor in Viet Nam’s rice value chain, said Nguyen Hong Son, Director of the Viet Nam Academy of Agricultural Sciences under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
Viet Nam will have to address some challenges in order to fully grasp the benefits of the EU – Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and its opportunities for the export of agricultural products.
Opportunities for Vietnamese companies from the EU-Vietnam free trade agreement (FTA) are significant, provided that employers adjust their current talent development strategy, experts noted.