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During the time supply chains were disrupted because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam's wood and furniture industry still maintained its market share and even surpassed rivals to become the largest wood exporter to the US.

Vietnamese businesses on way to recovery after pandemic

Meta’s survey shows that small and medium enterprises in Vietnam are affected by the new Covid-19 strain, but optimistic signals are revealed.

Vietnamese businesses on way to recovery after pandemic

Meta’s survey shows that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam are affected by the new Covid-19 strain, but optimistic signals are revealed.

Vietnamese SMEs to increase online exports

Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) plan to increase cross-border trade for their products via e-commerce platforms to promote exports in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

SME digitalization: attend to the initial, small steps

Digital transformation has always been a tumbling block for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as they often aim high while having limited financial resources and manpower.

MIC and 27 enterprises to help SMEs go digital

With the goal of turning digital technology into the input factor for production, MIC and 27 enterprises with excellent digital platforms have signed contracts to help SMEs go digital in 2022.

70% of Vietnamese SMEs stand outside the digital economy

Nguyen Van Than, Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, said up to 70% of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises are outside the digital economy, and only about 20% are learning about it.


Young businesses are making as much as large corporations

Many small-scale businesses are making profits equal to that of large corporations.

Vietnam targets 2.1 million enterprises, 70 with capitalized value over US$1 billion

The Ministry of Planning and Investment is working on a resolution to support and develop Vietnamese businesses for the period of 2021-2025, replacing Resolution No. 35/NQ-CP dated May 16, 2016.


Small and medium-sized enterprises approach cyber-secure future

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should strive to build better cybersecurity infrastructure, capabilities and culture.

New projects ramp up SME benefits

As domestic small and medium-sized enterprises retain a large thirst for capital supply, foreign institutions are pouring support into those able to bounce back in 2022.

Top three potential export industries in 2022 released

Agriculture, beauty and personal care and home and gardening are three potential export industries in which Vietnamese small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) can grab the opportunity to grow their business in 2022.


Vietnamese goods more accessible to global market: report

In the past year, nearly 7.2 million products of Vietnamese small and medium sized enterprises were sold to Amazon customers around the world (average 14 products per minute).


SMEs wake up to importance of modernising in digital age

Small- and medium - sized enterprises are striving to boost digital transformation, based on the country’s National Strategy on the Fourth Industrial Revolution for this decade.

100,000 businesses leave market, millions of families in difficulties

Most of the 100,000 businesses that have left the market in 2021 have been small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), which has caused difficulties to millions of workers and their families.

Vietnam’s economy showing signs of recovery: IMF official

Vietnam is showing signs of socio-economic recovery though the COVID-19 pandemic remains complex, according to Francois Painchaud, Regional Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the country.

Running out of money, businesspeople fall into black credit hole

Many businesspeople have complained that they have had to sell cars and fixed assets to maintain operations. Some have even sought capital from black credit sources with exorbitant interest rates.

SMEs need State assistance

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are in dire need of financial resources to maintain and restore operations.


Customer information of many Vietnamese SMEs stolen

According to a new study by Cisco, 59% of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam experienced network problems in the past year. As a result, information of many customers was stolen by hackers.

90,000 businesses get stuck, others need VND100 trillion

Businesses need loans without collateral and a simple procedure which allows them to access bank loans soon or they will die before they get the money.