Forty-six percent of e-commerce business leaders in Vietnam are women, the second highest in Southeast Asia, according to a survey.
Vietnam will continue to lure in more Swiss investors thanks to the country’s vast potential and its emerging position as safe haven in the midst of the challenges caused by the prolonged pandemic.
The southern key economic zone is increasingly attracting investments from foreign investors who have already tasted success there.
Private enterprises do not need money but institutional support to enjoy a stable and safe business environment, bringing them equality and respect.
In defiance of the health crisis hurting the domestic economy, Vietnam has earned international optimitism for its growth outlook on the back of the country’s good control of COVID-19 leading to impressively positive growth last year and a friendly business climate
The Vietnam Trade Office in the UAE is warning Vietnamese businesses dealing with six local food and healthcare-related firms to look out for signs of fraud.
Japan’s venture capital firm Genesia Ventures led the seed funding round of Vietnam based media startup Vietcetera with the investment of $700,000.
The number of Vietnamese women accounts for half of the labor force but less than one-fourth of overall management roles.
Dialogue 2045 aims to realize the country’s desire for prosperity by 2045 as set out in the Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress.
Vietnam has climbed 15 places to become the world’s 90th freest economy in this year’s global ranking but lagged far behind most countries in its neighborhood.