Ha Noi's People's Committee is making plans to develop digital technology companies for 2021-25 and 2026-30.
HCM City’s exports increased by 7.5 per cent in the first quarter to US$9.85 billion, thanks to support policies and effective trade promotion.
Supermarkets, food stores and traditional markets in HCM City will remain open after April 1 amid the two-week national social distancing campaign, according to the city Department of Industry and Trade.
Honda and Hyundai assembler TC Motor have shut down their plants for two weeks to protect their employees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Digitalising the agricultural sector is an essential requirement in the context of disease and climate change. Minister of Agricultural and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong sat down with VIR’s Phuong Hao to discuss the issue.
Vietnamese agricultural enterprises are promoting the application of high technologies in production and processing to contribute to restructuring the agricultural sector.
PetroVietnam and its subsidiaries are actively implementing solutions to cope with the double impact of the COVID-19 epidemic and the lowest oil prices in the world market in the last 17 years.
The early months of 2020 are not easy for Tiki as its 5,000sq.m warehouse was burnt, following claims in March about selling low-quality goods and offering poor customer service.
After the initial rush to supermarkets following news of a new wave of coronavirus infections, retailers are now facing gloomy prospects as people are go out as little as possible and many have already stocked up on their essentials a few weeks ago.
Temporary factory closures and imminent layoffs are going to push textile and garment enterprises into deep water due to a lack of raw materials as well as mass order cancellations from European and American buyers during the ongoing global health crisis.