Samsung Display Vietnam (SDV) and the Vietnamese Students Association (VSAK) in the Republic of Korea (RoK) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to arrange a workshop specifically focusing on personnel recruitment.
More and more foreign investors are coming to Vietnam, which is gradually making Vietnam a new production base of the world.
There were reports that Samsung had relocated two smartphone production lines of its business partners from Vietnam to the Republic of Korea (RoK) to ensure a smooth supply chain.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade and Samsung Vietnam on February 22 signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in smart factory development.
Thai Nguyen province yesterday handed over a licence to Samsung Electro-Mechanics Vietnam Co., Ltd (SEMV) under Samsung Corporation to add US$920 million to its project in the Yen Binh industrial park (IP) in Pho Yen town.
According to tech retailers, the brand-exclusive store model (Mono Store - or specialized store) is a new business form in Vietnam but has already been operating in many countries.
The Management Board of Industrial Parks of Bac Giang Province has allowed nine enterprises in Van Trung, Dinh Tram and Quang Chau industrial parks in Viet Yen district, Vietnam’s largest epidemic hotspot, to resume operations.
Samsung has rejected information that it plans to shift part of its smartphone production in Viet Nam to India.
Samsung Electronics will end personal computer production in China as it looks to shift production to Viet Nam to cut costs and remain competitive in the PC business, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
The Vietnamese electronics industry is anticipated to continue being hit by the challenges brought about by the increasingly complicated hurdles caused by the COVID-19 epidemic during the second half of the year,
The decision comes after Lee Jae-yong was convicted in 2017 over a political and corporate scandal.
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.
Big companies like Apple, Nintendo, and Samsung and their supplier have switched out to limit damage.
5G appears to be high on the Vietnamese government’s priority list, with the earliest of services set to be commercialized in mid-2020 following trials conducted through 2019.
Despite FDI shown signs of a slowdown as a result of the negative impact of COVID-19, experts believe that the nation will be able to welcome an array of fresh dual investment after the pandemic.
In Vietnam, Samsung has been making a great contribution to the country’s GDP over the last many years.
Samsung has been hit hard by Vietnam's restrictions on travel from South Korea, setting the production of the latest Galaxy Note smartphones behind schedule.