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Vietnam feels impact of 4.0 industrial revolution

VietNamNet Bridge - A large company in Hanoi has sacked 80 percent of workers, replacing them with robots. 

Businesses hurriedly preparing for 4.0 revolution

VietNamNet Bridge - More than 35 percent of businesses said they are preparing for the 4.0 industrial revolution and are ready for it, a survey by Vinasa found. 

Software firms told to look for niche markets

VietNamNet Bridge - Experts are advising software firms to spend money in niche markets.

IT firms anxious about losing workers

The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) estimates that Vietnam would need 600,000 workers in the IT industry by 2020, but training establishments can provide only 400,000.

How will Vietnamese students be affected by US immigration rules?

VietNamNet Bridge - The news that the US and other western countries are tightening immigration policies may force Vietnamese students to rethink their education plans.

Which animal would you be? Companies’ choices reflect their business ethos

VietNamNet Bridge - The Gioi Di Dong wants to be a leopard, Vietjet a pigeon, Masan a wild boar and FPT a herd of bees. What’s the philosophy behind the choices?

FPT is ahead of India in digital technology: CEO

VietNamNet Bridge - FPT CEO Truong Gia Binh, known by the international press as Vietnam’s Bill Gates, told Nikkei that FPT is ahead of India in the digital industry. 

Will Vietnam be able to catch up with the 4.0 industrial revolution?

Dang Viet Dung, managing director of Uber Vietnam, thinks Vietnam may not catch up with the revolution in the short term, while it remains a question in the medium term. 

Online education: which model can succeed?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese online education market has high potential with an estimated value of billions of dollars, but many barriers exist.

FPT’s biggest overseas IT project launched

The Integrated VAT Administration System (IVAS) implemented by FPT Information System (FPT IS) for the National Board of Revenue, Bangladesh (NBR) was officially put into its scheduled operation 

Business leaders in their 60s at the top of their game

They are successful businessmen who created strong brands with fame extending beyond national borders. Though they are of retirement age, they remain at the top of  the business leadership and are considered irreplaceable.

FPT rector cherishes dream of "exporting" Vietnam’s education

Dam Quang Minh is well known in Vietnam for not only being the youngest university rector, but also as the educator who cherishes the dream of exporting Vietnam’s education.

Mobile network operators shift to providing content services

Vietnamese telcos have geared up to shift from being mobile network operators that provide traditional voice services and SMSs into content service providers in order to seize opportunities from IoT (internet of things).

Apps for domestic help services represent $1 million market

VietNamNet Bridge - A government report shows that Vietnam needed 250,000 domestic helpers in 2015, while HCMC alone needed 10,000 helpers. But only 30 percent of the demand could be met.

IT world attracted to Vietnam thanks to low pay for workers

VietNamNet Bridge - Though they have similar qualifications to IT workers in Malaysia and Thailand, Vietnamese IT staff receive pay which is only higher than in Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Bhutan.

How will artificial intelligence affect VN businesses?

VietNamNet Bridge - Artificial intelligence now plays an increasingly important role in enterprises’ operation as it helps increase productivity, thus optimizing profit. However, Vietnamese businesses still hesitate to invest in it.

Former FPT CEO finds new opportunities in US

VietNamNet Bridge - Two years after leaving FPT, Truong Dinh Anh, its former CEO, moved to live and work in the US.

Vietnam ranks second after China in software outsourcing for Japan

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has replaced China as the second largest partner in Japan’s software outsourcing market.

The ambitions of "billion USD" empires in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge - Masan, FPT, Vinamilk ... are aiming to be recognized globally in the near future and become the pride of Vietnam through the creation of a unique model of successful business in Asia.

Will low prices or brand loyalty help win smartphone distribution rights?

 VietNamNet Bridge – Oppo Vietnam and FPT Trading are now vying for the right to distribute Oppo smartphones in the Vietnamese market.