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State financial support for companies hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, regardless of the level they are yet, and subject to the Government’s consideration in terms of budget range and macroeconomic stability,
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Tăng trưởng kinh tế mạnh mẽ, tầng lớp trung lưu tăng vọt và môi trường thuận lợi sẽ đưa Việt Nam trở thành nền kinh tế lớn thứ 20 trên thế giới và thứ 10 châu Á vào năm 2050.
Representatives of European organizations explained to Hanoitimes what the future holds for Vietnam–EU business cooperation on the sidelines of the “Hanoi 2020 – Investment and Development Cooperation” conference on June 27.
Experts have suggested Vietnamese enterprises improve product quality standards to overcome barriers imposed by the fastidious yet promising EU market, thus optimising the advantages to be generated from the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).
EuroCham welcomes the news that the National Assembly of Vietnam has ratified the European Union–Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and approved the European Union–Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA),
Although the current pandemic is spreading rapidly in many countries and causing severe damage to the global economy, Vietnam continues to effectively control the situation while ensuring that economic activities are not interrupted.
With initial success in containing the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and an advantage as a safe investment destination, Vietnam is attracting a shift of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant, negative impact on European business in Vietnam, according to the latest Business Climate Index (BCI) from the European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham).
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Motorbikes that are equipped with high technology and capable of communicating with people via smartphone are available in Vietnam.
Vietnam is growing as a manufacturing location for medical device producers, and exports have been posting consistent growth.
The ban on motorbike traffic in the inner-city areas of Hanoi City in 2030 may pose challenges for the residents, the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) said at the recent annual Vietnam Business Forum in Hanoi.
The challenges on market access, circulation of products, and tax in the Vietnamese market are expected to be solved ahead of the European Parliament’s crucial vote for the ratification of the EVFTA scheduled for early 2020.
The EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement would provide a big impetus to Vietnam's exports to the EU and be key to Vietnamese companies penetrating one of the largest and most lucrative markets in the world.
As new policies and trade deals change the focus of M&A inflows to Vietnam, the government needs to remove legal barriers and push SOE divestment.
The Vietnamese economy will grow faster if private companies thrive, but development should be sustained, transparent and secure, heard a meeting on...