After more than 2 years of being almost paralyzed by the Covid-19 epidemic, Vietnam's tourism industry has been making an impressive recovery.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has given the green light to HCMC’s plan of closing down wet markets in an attempt to curtail the spread of Covid-19, as the pandemic is breaking out on a large scale citywide.
The infection tally of Vietnam's fourth coronavirus wave rose to 2,164 after an additional 129 new COVID-19 cases of local transmission were confirmed by the Ministry of Health on May 23.
Strong involvement of individual investors and participation of new foreign fund would help offset the net selling trend of foreign investors.
Vietnam needs to design a roadmap for opening the market to receive foreign travelers or it will fail to develop tourism as other countries have taken one step forward.
In hermetic protective clothing, Tran Anh Tu, a physician from Hanoi, spent memorable days at pandemic-hit areas with fast meals and late meals at night.
The unprecedented challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted more than ever the importance of responsible crisis management and sustainable development at enterprises.
Police in Hanoi have fined people from VND1-3 million ($43-130) for not wearing facemasks in public places amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given abundant liquidity and low demand for credit, banks are offering attractive loans during the year-end period.
Many listed banks witnessed weak performance of fee income growth in the first six months of the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) maintains its forecast for Vietnam’s GDP growth at 2.7% in 2020, the highest in Asia, and the pace is expected to speed up to 7% in 2021.
The airline says the collapse in billions of dollars of travel revenue means it has "little choice".
With the current upheaval taking place around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, how can geopolitical frictions between the major powers impact nations like Vietnam that are looking to attract top investment?
The pandemic has not only caused negative impacts on people's health but their livelihoods, especially the poor and vulnerable.
Vietnam should take stronger measures related to origin of goods and products to avoid risks of lawsuits or being taken advantage of by other countries to evade US import tariffs.
The country would remain the fastest growing economy in Southeast Asia, which is expected to bounce back to 6.8% in 2021.