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Reform urgently needed for Vietnam to make use of EVFTA

Vietnam needs to reform its trade mechanisms while local businesses are advised to be more proactive to take advantage of the European Union - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).

Vietnam develops skilled human resources

Human resources are vital for any country and a measure of social progress, equality, and sustainable growth.

Visa suspension to cause economic losses

The temporary suspension of visas for foreign arrivals to the country is anticipated to have a significant impact on the Vietnamese economy in general, with the aviation industry being particularly damaged, according to economic insiders.

Vietnam warned about relying too heavily on Chinese market

VietNamNet Bridge – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) figures show that China became Vietnam’s biggest export market in 2017. The position had belonged to the US for the last 15 years.

Development that relies on natural resources is unsustainable

VietNamNet introduces the second period of the roundtable talks "What is the price of swapping the environment for growth?" with the attendance of Dr. Le Dang Doanh and expert Le Quang Binh.

Bartering the environment for growth: the worst policy

Regarding environmental protection, Vietnam ranked 98th out of 137 economies and 123rd for air quality. Vietnam is not an industrialized country yet but its pollution is already serious, senior economist, Dr. Le Dang Doanh, has said.

Can Vietnam be a ‘startup nation’ if it prosecutes cafe owner for taking too long to file business registration?

A café owner was fined VND17 million and prosecuted because he took five days to file his business registration. Luckily, the prosecution was canceled after the Prime Minister’s intervention.

Businesses fail despite economic recovery

VietNamNet Bridge - While the national economy is in strong recovery, inflation has been curbed and p administration reform has been simplified, the number of dissolved businesses has been increasing rapidly.

Vietnam has high tax on dairy products, low tax on beer & liquor

VietNamNet Bridge - Experts have pointed out that it is unreasonable to impose low tax on discouraged products such as beer while imposing high taxes on milk.