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Amid Covid-19 pandemic, hotels in Hanoi Old Quarter up for saleicon
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Amid Covid-19 pandemic, hotels in Hanoi Old Quarter up for sale

After several months of having no customers, many hotels in Hanoi's Old Quarter have had to close and some hotels have even posted ads for sale at the price of tens of billions of dong.

 
Transport ministry prepares for resumption of international flightsicon

Transport ministry prepares for resumption of international flights

SOCIETY
18/09/2020

The plan for the flights' resumption needs to be approved by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, chair of the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.

Da Nang students return to schools under strict regulationsicon

Da Nang students return to schools under strict regulations

SOCIETY
17/09/2020

Students in the central city of Da Nang has returned to school as the Covid-19 outbreak has been brought under control.

Thousands of foreigners permitted to enter HCM City for workicon

Thousands of foreigners permitted to enter HCM City for work

SOCIETY
17/09/2020

HCM City’s Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has raised a proposal to the municipal People’s Committee, regarding the entry of 7,000 foreign experts amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Real estate businesses struggling amid pandemicicon

Real estate businesses struggling amid pandemic

BUSINESS
17/09/2020

The severe economic blows from COVID-19 have forced scores of businesses to suspend operations and even file for bankruptcy, with real estate companies among the hardest hit.

Some businesses still thrive amid COVID-19icon

Some businesses still thrive amid COVID-19

BUSINESS
17/09/2020

Many consumer goods and food retailers are opening new shops, while others have had to shut down and give back retail premises to landlords.

Plan to resume international flights postponed, awaiting complete COVID-19 prevention protocolsicon

Plan to resume international flights postponed, awaiting complete COVID-19 prevention protocols

SOCIETY
16/09/2020

Vietnam’s planned resumption of selected international flights on September 15 has been pushed back to an unconfirmed date as authorities continue to work on COVID-19 prevention measures.

Hanoi reopens bars, karaoke parlors from September 16icon

Hanoi reopens bars, karaoke parlors from September 16

SOCIETY
16/09/2020

The weekend walking space of Hoan Kiem lake and the surrounding area would be resumed from September 18.

Vietnam’s domestic tourism set to recover post-COVID-19icon

Vietnam’s domestic tourism set to recover post-COVID-19

TRAVEL
15/09/2020

The second wave of COVID-19 hitting Vietnam put many tourism providers under great stress as they tried to keep their business afloat, but now the pandemic has subsided they are well-placed to bring business back to normal.

Recruitment demand rises, but employers can't find enough workersicon

Recruitment demand rises, but employers can't find enough workers

SOCIETY
14/09/2020

Enterprises in a number of sectors in HCM City need to recruit a large number of employees but are finding it difficult to fill positions despite numerous job losses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tourism demand stimulus program may fail as service providers break promisesicon

Tourism demand stimulus program may fail as service providers break promises

FEATURE
14/09/2020

In many cases, parties in the tourism supply chain broke their promises to reduce prices, and as a result, travel firms could not provide tours at reasonable fees and travelers felt they were not respected.

Incurring crushing losses, café owners rush to sell shopsicon

Incurring crushing losses, café owners rush to sell shops

BUSINESS
14/09/2020

Losing patrons and having no money to pay for rent, the owners of many coffee houses have had to shut down.

Trade plummets at HCM City’s wholesale markets after second COVID-19 outbreakicon

Trade plummets at HCM City’s wholesale markets after second COVID-19 outbreak

BUSINESS
10/09/2020

Wholesale markets in HCM City are facing a serious crisis due to the second COVID-19 outbreak. 

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisisicon

Luxury hotels no longer lit up at night, fall into crisis

TRAVEL
08/09/2020

Three- to five-star hotels in Hanoi have fallen into serious crisis as they cannot receive foreign travelers due to restrictions on international air transport amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Hanoi Tourism Department.

More Vietnamese consumers now shop onlineicon

More Vietnamese consumers now shop online

BUSINESS
07/09/2020

Online shopping and electronic payments in Vietnam have become more common in recent years as more of the country's population gains access to the internet, 

Positive economic signs in August despite pandemic: PMicon

Positive economic signs in August despite pandemic: PM

POLITICS
05/09/2020

Vietnam’s economy in August saw positive moves despite the tremendously negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the country’s socio-economic development and people’s daily life, PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Friday.

Tough spot for steel ventures as pandemic cuts off progressicon

Tough spot for steel ventures as pandemic cuts off progress

BUSINESS
04/09/2020

The global coronavirus developments coupled with the falling demand are adding more pressure for some steelmakers to lay idle their projects, cut products, or ponder mergers and acquisitions strategies to ensure their cash.

Corporate bond issuance expected to drop after new policies take effecticon

Corporate bond issuance expected to drop after new policies take effect

BUSINESS
04/09/2020

Warnings from management agencies plus new policies that take effect soon will make it more difficult to issue corporate bonds, a capital mobilization channel that was worth $8.5 billion in the first seven months of the year.