Vietnam’s offshore wind power is of great potential thanks to the country’s long coastline and political will in the face of the increasing demand for energy.
Shipments of Vietnamese fishery products to the EU in August, the first month the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement took effect, increased by around 10 percent over July, demonstrating the positive effect of the deal.
Vietnam and India boast huge potential for trade cooperation across spheres, particularly in technology, mechanics, machinery, and joining the global supply chains following the COVID-19 pandemic, heard a conference on September 22.
Despite the aftermath of the global health crisis in Vietnam, an optimistic growth scenario is formulated for the next year, with proposals for heavy investment in infrastructure and practical support for the private sector to drive the economy forward and create more employment.
The cooperation between Samsung Electronics Vietnam, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), and Bac Ninh People’s Committee will help local supporting companies improve their competitive capacity.
By pouring vast sums into China, Thai company Charoen Pokphand Group is suspected to forgo the Vietnamese market to concentrate on one with the biggest population.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still at large, in order to assist foreign investors to view the industrial park from a distance, the landlord of Nam Dinh Vu IP has introduced a new approach using virtual reality technology.
Viet Nam’s oil and gas industry has been a bright spot in the global energy map despite the “double crisis” of a steep decline in oil prices and the COVID-19 pandemic which has engulfed the global oil and gas industry since the beginning of this year.
The Mekong Delta province of Long An is working to carry out solar energy projects on low-yield farming land in districts as it boasts huge potential for solar power development.
The increasing American investment in Vietnam’s energy sector is a win-win proposition for both countries.