Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said local governments should minimize the impact of social distancing on socioeconomic development, ensure the regular transportation of goods and avoid panic among the community.
Forty percent of small and medium-sized businesses in Vietnam laid off employees due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a Facebook survey has found.
Despite a year-on-year slip in foreign direct investment (FDI) to Vietnam in the first four months of the year, foreign investors still signed major deals in the country and confirmed its ongoing investment appeal.
Shoppers world-wide expect a seamless experience between stores and online and are increasingly shopping on the internet, according to a report by Zebra Technologies Corporation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sped up the process of digital transformation in businesses, experts said, and has urged companies to consider their own resources and conditions to ensure and increase efficiency.
Viet Nam will record positive economic growth in 2021, at about 6-7 per cent, if the country continues to support vulnerable groups in the economy and carries on its vaccination campaign, said Jonathan Ostry, Deputy Director of the Asia and Pacific Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The cost of raw materials used in many industries have risen sharply in the last few months, putting pressure on the prices of many essential goods.
As Vietnamese companies are becoming more experienced in mergers and acquisitions, Samuel Son-Tung Vu, partner at law firm Bae, Kim & Lee Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Thanh Van about the robust participation of local players in dealmaking.
Europe offers export opportunities for Vietnamese firms, but it is a market with stringent requirements in terms of quality and other aspects.
A virtual fourth session of the Vietnam - Chile free trade council was held on May 6 to review the implementation of the Vietnam-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in the 2018-2021 period and update trade exchanges between the two countries.