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Garment, footwear industries struggle during pandemicicon
BUSINESS9 hours ago0

Garment, footwear industries struggle during pandemic

Textile, garment and footwear industries are still facing many difficulties due the COVID-19 pandemic, and unable to recover production and business in the short term.

 
Businesses propose new regulations to replace Directives 15, 16icon

Businesses propose new regulations to replace Directives 15, 16

FEATURE
18/09/2021

Associations of businesses have asked the Prime Minister to issue new directives on pandemic prevention and control to replace Directives 15 and 16 with regulations that fit the new circumstances.

FPT to establish school for 1,000 children who lost parents to COVID-19icon

FPT to establish school for 1,000 children who lost parents to COVID-19

SOCIETY
17/09/2021

Truong Gia Binh, Chairman of the FPT Board of Management decided to open a school for 1,000 children who lost their parents to COVID-19.

Pandemic will continue to hit State budget revenue in the coming monthsicon

Pandemic will continue to hit State budget revenue in the coming months

BUSINESS
17/09/2021

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is concerned the COVID-19 pandemic would continue to affect State budget revenue in the coming months.

Vietnam’s auto market hits bottomicon

Vietnam’s auto market hits bottom

BUSINESS
17/09/2021

Although car manufacturers have cut prices deeply to stimulate demand, the Vietnamese auto market witnessed a record decrease in monthly sales over the past five years when fewer than 9,000 cars were sold in August 2021.

More tax, fee cuts to benefit pandemic-hit enterprises, peopleicon

More tax, fee cuts to benefit pandemic-hit enterprises, people

POLITICS
16/09/2021

About 118 trillion VND (5.16 billion USD) worth of taxes, land rent, fees, and charges are expected to be reduced or have payment deadlines extended in 2021 to assist enterprises and people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

GDP to reach 3.5-4 per cent this yearicon

GDP to reach 3.5-4 per cent this year

BUSINESS
16/09/2021

The country’s GDP this year is expected to reach 3.5-4 per cent if the COVID-19 pandemic is controlled in September and a 'new normal' achieved from the fourth quarter, said Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung.

Vietnam earns over $1 billion/day in 15 days in Augusticon

Vietnam earns over $1 billion/day in 15 days in August

BUSINESS
15/09/2021

In the last 15 days of August 2021, Vietnam’s exports grew strongly compared to the first 15 days of the month.

How to rescue Vietnamese air carriersicon

How to rescue Vietnamese air carriers

FEATURE
12/09/2021

During the fourth Covid-19 outbreak, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam asked domestic airlines to limit the number of flights from provinces and cities implementing social distancing under Directive 16.

Investors sell homestays at a loss of billions of VNDicon

Investors sell homestays at a loss of billions of VND

FEATURE
12/09/2021

Many investors have offered to sell their homestays as they do not have enough money to pay debts and maintain operations.

Artists offer online training courses during COVID-19 pandemicicon

Artists offer online training courses during COVID-19 pandemic

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
10/09/2021

Artists in HCM City are providing online training courses in theatre and film-making on YouTube to encourage fans during the pandemic. 

Reopening of the economy must be implemented gradually: expertsicon

Reopening of the economy must be implemented gradually: experts

FEATURE
10/09/2021

Businesses all want to resume economic activities but experts say the reopening of the economy must be done with a specific roadmap and that haste will lead to failure.

Garment-textile, footwear may take long time to recover: insidersicon

Garment-textile, footwear may take long time to recover: insiders

BUSINESS
10/09/2021

Viet Nam’s garment-textile and footwear sectors have endured the brunt of COVID-19 and firms may take a long time to recover, experts said.

Businesses in green zones resume operationicon

Businesses in green zones resume operation

FEATURE
09/09/2021

With control loosening, businesses in green zones in Hanoi will be able to restart their production and business activities. But they fear that control may tighten again if the outbreak gets worse.

Plans afoot to push production aheadicon

Plans afoot to push production ahead

BUSINESS
08/09/2021

Domestic production has been hit hard this year, with numerous enterprises facing greater woes and leaving the market. However, the situation could be eased by a new special taskforce established by the prime minister.

Authority warns about consumer lending amid pandemicicon

Authority warns about consumer lending amid pandemic

BUSINESS
08/09/2021

The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Department of Competition and Consumer Protection has recently warned consumers about signing consumer loan contracts.

Export outlook depends on virus controlicon

Export outlook depends on virus control

BUSINESS
08/09/2021

Vietnam's exports may reach as high as US$313 billion by the end of 2021, a 10.7 per cent increase year-on-year, only if the country manages to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, according to a report by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. 

VN businesses need new measures for long-term fight against pandemicicon

VN businesses need new measures for long-term fight against pandemic

FEATURE
08/09/2021

Businesses are bearing severe impacts from Covid-19 developments and social distancing campaigns.