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Being among the first countries in the region to reopen its economy, Vietnam should take the advantage to build upon the foundations for proactive resilience, stated PwC Vietnam.

Vietnam’s next generation has great ambitions for growth: PwC

Highly ambitious and eager to take the lead, the next generation of family businesses in Vietnam see themselves driving their companies forward in a disruptive future but only with greater trust and empowerment from the current generation.


Prospects for growth remain positive among Vietnam’s CEOs: PwC

Vietnam’s prospects for growth remain positive despite record pessimism among chief executive officers (CEOs) about the global economy, said PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Vietnam in a statement.

Vietnam’s growth prospects remain positive despite pessimism for global economy

Despite the declining trend overall, 49% Vietnam CEOs in particular, share a positive outlook for business growth in the year ahead.

Vietnam remains a top destination for cross-border investment

A survey of business leaders in the Asia Pacific region has revealed Viet Nam is a top destination for cross-border investment.

Vietnam named second in ASEAN in fintech funding in 2019

Vietnam’s fintech firms secured two of the top three largest funding deals in ASEAN in 2019.

HCM City among three best estate markets in Asia-Pacific: survey

Ho Chi Minh City is named among top three markets for real estate investors in Asia-Pacific, according to a survey unveiled in Singapore on November 12.

PwC surveys how financial and tech firms navigate fintech landscape

PwC polled over 500 financial services and technology executives worldwide to figure out the factors that will determine the winners and losers of fintech.

Will Vietnam become the 20th largest economy by 2050?

Many Vietnamese have expressed doubts about the prediction that Vietnam is expected to become the 20th largest economy in the world by 2050, exceeding Thailand, Canada and Italy.

PwC ranks Vietnam 22nd largest economy by 2050

Vietnam is predicted to stand in 22nd place among the world’s largest economies by 2050 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, according to a report by the accounting and consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).


Vietnam’s trade promotion in three EU nations; Vietnam, US amend air transport agreement; Viettel gets Cameroon telecom contract; DHL opens new depot in Da Nang; Avon to trim 1,500 jobs, exit Vietnam; Over 62,7000 businesses set up in 11 months