Vietnam meets all criteria for Indian businesses to consider it a strategically ideal investment destination in various sectors, several experts stressed at a webinar held recently.
The disbursement of public investment was slow in the first five months of this year, meaning greater effort was needed to push up progress as such investment is an important driver for post-pandemic economic recovery.
The authorities of Can Tho City ordered suspension on mass gatherings and a wide range of non-essential services starting from tomorrow, June 16, until further notice as part of the city’s efforts to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
HCM City is considering a financial support package worth more than VND76 billion (US$3.31 million) from the State budget to support small traders at traditional markets affected by the pandemic.
Royal International Corporation, which operates a casino in the northern Quang Ninh Province, has set itself a profit target of $500,000 this year after two years of losses.
Low productivity and lack of high-quality manpower are issues that Vietnamese firms should work on to join the production chains of Japanese enterprises.
Bac Giang Province, the country’s current biggest Covid-19 hotspot, has allowed 98 companies with over 15,760 workers to resume operations, as they meet the requirements for safe production.
Growing number of local enterprises achieving success by adopting clean production standards have been direct results from Vietnam’s policies to promote green and sustainable growth.
The south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan has yielded significant achievements in socioeconomic development, setting the stage for further breakthroughs and investors.
Government support programs with better disbursement plans are needed to help those in need overcoming the current crisics