Tourism service digitalization is a must-do task of local authorities and businesses to revive the tourism industry.
Hanoi is implementing industry promotion programs to help its craft villages apply science and technology to production in order to improve quality and competitiveness.
Frozen seafood and fruits shipped from Vietnam once again have difficulty in entering China as that country adopts new import policies to mitigate Covid-19 risks.
The OCOP (One Commune One Product) Program has created a level playing field and healthy competition among producers, promoting the potential values of craft villages and regional specialties. The program has helped bring many good quality products to consumers, contributing to the national target program for building new-style rural areas.
Input costs for both solar and wind power in Vietnam fell respective 75% and 30% in 2012-2017.
Considered a highly polluting manufacturing industry, coal enterprises strive to implement environmental protection solutions towards sustainable development.
As smart energy plays an important role in urban development, Vietnam plans to develop smarter, cleaner, greener and more sustainable energy resources for its cities, said experts at a recent summit in Hanoi devoted to sharing initiatives, experiences and cooperation between Vietnamese cities and other urban centers in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Landlords need to be more open to different kinds of tenants to meet the actual requirements.
Muji, a Japanese retail company, officially opened its largest store in Southeast Asia in Vietnam in the context of its success in controlling the COVID-19 epidemic and Black Friday.
With the total investment capital of over VND2.4 trillion ($104.35 million), the Korea-Tra Vinh wind power plant covers about 1,200 hectares of water surface and land area.