The EU-Vietnam Business Council is meant to support the Vietnamese business community to tap into the potential of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
By 2025, Vietnam targets to be among the leading 70 countries in e-government development, while the digital economy would account for 20% of total GDP.
The international Franconomics forum, a multidisciplinary dialogue on important socio-economic topics of countries in the French-speaking community, kicked off on Thursday in Hà Nội under the theme ‘From Start-up to Smart-up’.
KPMG in Vietnam has once again been ranked first amongst the Big Four Professional Services Firms in Vietnam, in the annual Best Places to Work survey conducted by leading employer branding company Anphabe, taking the title home for the fifth consecutive year.
The Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the European Chamber of Commerce in Viet Nam (EuroCham) have launched the European Union – Viet Nam Business Council (EVBC).
After 10 years of development, VSIP Haiphong has become a magnet to foreign investors, contributing to the changing façade of Haiphong, particularly Thuy Nguyen.
HCM City has licenced nearly 30,000 new businesses with combined registered capital worth a total of VND667 trillion (US$28.64 billion) as of the beginning of October, according to the municipal Department of Planning and Investment.
Local industrial parks (IP) in the southern industrial hub of Binh Duong lured US$840 million of investment in the first nine months of 2020, according to the Management Board of Binh Duong IP.
Standard Chartered expects Viet Nam’s economy to grow by 3 per cent in 2020 and surge to 7.8 per cent in 2021. Rising consumption on improving sentiment, and faster manufacturing will drive growth in the last quarter of this year.
So far, a total of 310 households from the Nui Phao project area have benefited from loans from the Economic Recovery Fund with a total recycled capital value of more than VND14 billion (608,700) in support of economic development.