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Is Forbes confused about the ‘VinFast phenomenon’?

The continued changes in VinFast's ranking on Forbes’ list of the richest billionaires show that the international media company has become confused about the fluctuations of VinFast share prices and the attractiveness of VFS shares to investors.

Great opportunity for Vietnam to be a global production base

The shifting of production and diversification of supply chains underway in numerous countries has helped Vietnam to become a popular destination for foreign investors.

Hanoi biggest promotional event to open next month

“Hanoi Promotion Month 2023', the largest promotion event of Hanoi, will begin on October 27, offering an entire month of big discounts, some even reaching 100%.

Vietnam tops ASEAN countries in exports to Europe: official

Vietnam maintains its leading position among ASEAN in exporting goods to the EU market. It has entered the list of the 30 largest export economies in the world.

Ministry projects preferential prices for solar power in the north

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) says that electricity prices from solar power plants in the north that sell to Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) will be higher than those in the central and southern regions.

VN to introduce criteria for national green development

Vietnam is soon to introduce a new set of national criteria aimed specifically at speeding the development of green industries, in line with international standards, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).

Laundromat market growing in Vietnam

Vietnam is a huge potential market for the laundromat business thanks to its fast-growing economy and big population, business experts said.

Visa reports on the rise of Vietnam’s digital banking

Visa's report points out that, besides digital banking, digital retail has also marked particularly strong growth.

VN banks join in promoting green credit

Commercial banks in Vietnam have been actively offering loans for green projects and expanding green credit through mobilising capital from international credit institutions.

VN's wooden furniture, handicrafts exports show signs of recovery

Wooden furniture and handicraft businesses are again getting export orders after a lull.

Building a national brand amid chaotic rice market

India’s recent ban on rice exports has sent the global rice market into chaos with speculative hoarding and panic buying, which brought a significant opportunity for Vietnam to increase exports.

RCEP states already looking to expand trade participation

Just a few months after it came into being, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership has decided to expand its membership, with Vietnam expected to be a big trade beneficiary.

Industrial production on back foot

Vietnam’s industrial production remains challenged despite signals of recovery in August, while a decline in business confidence means it may be a stretch to hit government-set goals.

PMI back above 50 mark for first time in six months

Vietnam's manufacturing sector returned to growth in August as some signs of recovery in demand supported renewed increases in both new orders and production, according to the S&P Global Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index™ (PMI).

Top 500 private firms responsible for 18.4 per cent of revenue

The Top 500 private enterprises in Vietnam contribute 18.4 per cent of domestic private sector revenue.

Over 30% of Vietnamese households feel impact of rising prices: survey

Over 30% of households in Vietnam are grappling with the consequences of soaring prices of goods and services, according to data released by the General Statistics Office (GSO).

VFA proposes rice export floor price to ensure stable supply

The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) has recently recommended introducing a floor price for the export of rice from Vietnam to safeguard stable supply amidst a significant surge in rice prices globally.

Thai bank considers buying Home Credit Vietnam

Thailand’s Kasikornbank (KBank) is exploring an acquisition deal with Home Credit Vietnam as part of its ASEAN business expansion.

At least 20% of compliance costs related to business activities to be cut

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has said that it guaranteed to reduce and simplify at least 20% of regulations and cut at least 20% of compliance costs related to business activities and eliminate unnecessary regulations by 2025.

Vietnam yet to receive any UK warning on dragon fruit: official

The Vietnam Sanitary and Phytosanitary Notification Authority and Enquiry Point has not received any warning from the UK about dragon fruit exported from VN that it violates food safety regulations, said deputy director of the agency Ngo Xuan Nam.