A number of National Assembly (NA) deputies agreed household businesses should be subject to the amended Law on Enterprises on Friday.
Viet Nam will continue to solicit investment in food processing to add value to the industry, a conference heard in HCM Cityon Thursday.
When trade grows, promoting supply chain financing will help improve the competitiveness of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSEME) in Viet Nam, enabling them to join global supply chains, experts said at the fourth annual conference on supply chain financing in Asia-Pacific in HCM City on Monday.
Senior officials from government ministries, regional organisations, food processing, and import-export enterprises from the Mekong-Lancang region discussed innovation in the food processing industry at a forum held in HCM City on Thursday.
Vietnamese manufacturers need “integrated marketing solutions” comprising both online and offline platforms to gain access to buyers in both traditional and emerging markets, experts have said.
Industry 4.0 technologies help improve manufacturing efficiency and competitiveness, but not many firms, with their limited resources, can afford them, experts have said.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is poised to help Vietnam both create more job opportunities and improve the quality of her labor force. However, the road ahead is really tough.
Building the correct legal framework is one of the major challenges holding back start-up businesses and now the government is looking at easing red-tape and giving an easier ride to both young companies and the private sector.
With many National Assembly members proposing that the new Labour Code embraces a reduction in normal working time, there have been growing concerns that the move could undermine the competitiveness of enterprises and of the economy as a whole.
Despite Viet Nams rise in the global competitiveness index, further reforms are needed to achieve economic targets set by the Government, speakers said at a meeting held on Thursday in HCM City.