The online forum "The press accompanies businesses to restore production and business, overcome the impact of the pandemic" to mark Vietnam Entrepreneurs' Day on October 13.
The total overdue debt incurred by Vietnam Airlines (VNA) has reached VND11.338 trillion. The airline still cannot pay for aircraft leasing, fuel, engine repair and flight services to its foreign partners.
How to organize social distancing while still ensuring uninterrupted production and goods circulation is uppermost in agencies' thoughts.
During the current ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is of utmost importance that government authorities introduce policies that provide maximum support to keep businesses afloat, and sustain the economy as well.
The Government has just issued Resolution No 68 on a number of policies to support employees and employers facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, worth a total of VNĐ26 trillion (US$1.13 billion).
The Ministry of Finance has continued to cut a number of charges and fees to support and remove difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic for businesses and individuals.
On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam directed ministries and sectors to promptly reduce difficulties for tourism businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Government should develop nationwide universal regulations on Covid-19 prevention and control, and provinces and cities should not be allowed to arbitrarily apply anti-epidemic measures on their own, officials have proposed.
With the current outbreak still not entirely controlled, the government stands at a complicated crossroads as it needs to choose between further state budget security and continued support for the business community.
The government will soon promulgate a new financial and technical solution aimed to assisting domestic production and business activities in order to recover economic growth.
Businesses have once again shouted for help as they are coming closer to bankruptcy because of the fourth Covid-19 outbreak.
Owners of more than 500 tourist boats in Halong Bay in Quang Ninh Province are on the verge of bankruptcy as their tourist boats have been lying idle for over a year due to Covid-19, so they have turned to the prime minister for help.
In the last 18 months, lockdowns and social distancing have been imposed on four occasions. As a result, many enterprises have had to reinvest or restart business because of disrupted production chains during the social distancing periods.
Poor sales, supply chain disruptions, revenue decreases and personnel cuts have all occurred to enterprises amid the Covid-19 pandemic.