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Supply chains strengthened in Vietnam as trade flourishes

With nearly $340 billion of goods supplied to the world in 2021, Vietnam is an increasingly important link in the global supply chain.

COVID-19 threatens to break supply chains in the south

Supply chains in HCM City and the southern provinces are at great risk of snapping because many businesses have been forced to stop operating or...

More business leaders embrace digital technologies

Some 98 percent of business executives in Vietnam already have plans to adopt more digital technologies and tools, a study has found.

FDI forecast to flow into supporting industries as investors set up new supply chains

Foreign direct investment in supporting industries is expected to spike in the coming months as more and more foreign companies establish production facilities in Vietnam and seek to develop supply chains here, experts said.

New deals offering scope for Japanese businesses

Vietnam and Japan are entering new horizons for further bilateral investment ties, with the former becoming a key market for the latter’s businesses to shore up their supply chains overseas.

Government actions not enough to revive business sector: academic

The Government needs to do more to revive the business sector, Dr Tran Hung Son, Deputy Director of the Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology under the Vietnam National University-HCM City has said.

Tra fish industry may fully recover in Q3: directorate

Vietnam’s tra fish exports fell 29.3 percent year on year to 334 million USD in the first three months of this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the industry – a big foreign currency earner – may fully recover in the third quarter.

ASEAN working to restructure supply chains, recover economies: Minister

Faced with the negative impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on regional and global economies, including interruptions to supply chains, ASEAN countries are making greater efforts to recover

Vietnam remains attractive destination to investors

With COVID-19 and trade tensions driving the shift of production lines from China to Southeast Asia, Vietnam, in particular, seems to have emerged as an attractive destination for investors and manufacturers alike, experts have predicted.

Logistics groups roll out schemes to avert doldrums

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on supply chains globally, logistics firms in Vietnam have experienced decline in revenue but are mustering the strength to overcome the challenges ahead.

Supporting industries secure more orders following Chinese supply disruptions

A number of local firms in supporting industries have been receiving more orders from foreign partners due to the coronavirus outbreak disrupting supply chains in China.

VN auto sector braces for prolonged production upheaval

The COVID-19 outbreak is disrupting supply chains of Vietnam’s automotive sector, pushing production and assembly makers into the wall.

VN auto sector braces for prolonged production upheaval

The COVID-19 outbreak is disrupting supply chains of Vietnam’s automotive sector, pushing production and assembly makers into the wall.

Global epidemic a blow to regional supply chains

The recent coronavirus outbreak has affected economies throughout the world, disrupting supply chains in the region, including in Vietnam.

Businesses rush to develop closed supply chains

VietNamNet Bridge - Developing closed supply chains appears to be the only solution for Vietnamese businesses to take full advantage of the preferences to be brought by free trade agreements (FTAs).

Japanese set up factories looking for supply chains, not partners

Many Japanese investors have left China for Vietnam where they believe they can have a more attractive investment environment. However, they have not chosen Vietnamese enterprises for their global supply chains.

Vietnam joins Boeing, Airbus industry supply chains

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has joined the global production chains of world’s most reputable aircraft manufacturers – Boeing and Airbus – by providing low-value parts and accessories.