Vietnam can see an annual growth of up to 6.8 percent in the 2021-2025 period if the global economy recovers from Covid-19 impacts.
Despite unprecedented challenges from the Covid-19 pandemic, bilateral trade turnover in 2020 rose by 6.6% year-on-year to US$5.1 billion.
Despite numerous difficulties caused by the global health crisis, the state budget has seen impressive results, with national financial security ensured.
Japan and Vietnam are fostering bigger cooperation in building up an efficient e-government in the Southeast Asian nation, with the former expected to share its experiences and know-how with the latter as it realises its national strategy on Industry 4.0.
The year 2020 marked an end of a tumultuous decade that was full of turbulent and unsettling events across the globe that affected the global economy in particular.
By 2025, the program expects to raise legal awareness for at least 30% of SMEs so that they could minimize their legal risks during business operation.
The programme, funded by USAID via LinkSME project, is expected to help employers and employees grasp business opportunities from digitalization.
Vinacomin’s main objective is to ensure sufficient supply of coal to meet market demand for consumption and electricity production, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has said.
Vinasun, Vietnam’s second largest taxi firm, reported its first ever accumulated loss of VND211 billion ($9.15 million) last year.
Proptech company Propzy is offering to provide technical support to start-ups from this year.