As tourism continues to revive, the hotel and tourism industry is suffering from challenges in recruiting qualified human resources post pandemic, industry players warned.
After Vietnam's tax authorities enhanced the collection of taxes from traders on digital platforms, including social networks and e-commerce sites, many traders are seeking ways to avoid paying them or pass the buck to buyers.
To provide a more favourable playground for enterprises to strengthen and access international markets, Viet Nam is on a path to boost institutional improvement. And it is believed that the United Kingdom-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) is accelerating the process, said experts.
Vietnam’s supporting sectors continue pushing forward despite the difficulties and extreme competitive pressure caused by a global pandemic and a variety of other geopolitical issues.
Major enterprises and groups in Viet Nam have committed to build more than 1.2 million houses under social housing projects by 2030.
The potential of renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar power, is one of the keys to Viet Nam's energy transformation towards carbon neutrality, but barriers stemming from the unresponsive transmission network and pricing mechanism is wasting the capacity of billions of kWh of electricity, according to experts.
Three years into implementation of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, a range of other diverse economies are seeking to fast-track their accession into the bloc – which in turn could help Vietnam integrate deeper into cross-border activities.
While the sharp increase in food prices across Europe has opened up prospects for Vietnamese agricultural exporters, processing issues remain at the forefront.
Vietnam is seeing a wave of foreign investment shifted from other countries, and many multinational groups boosted their investment in the country, opening up opportunities for local enterprises to get involved in global supply chains.
The State should have policies to encourage the import of seafood materials for export processing because processing factories lack raw materials, according to the Viet Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).