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Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vu Tien Loc talks about solutions to help businesses overcome difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vu Tien Loc, as Chairman of the East Asia Business Council (EABC) in 2020, recently handed over the EABC Chair to Hak-hee Jo,
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) has released a report on the role of private businesses in providing public services in Vietnam.
Cooperation between businesses and farmers plays a key role in the agriculture sector's sustainable development.
A better and detailed view on enterprises effectiveness will help partners, credit institutions, investors, and especially shareholders to make a more accurate and justifiable decision.
Preferential tariffs and incentives for land access are not enough to woo investors looking to move operations out of China, experts say.
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the SME Support Japan organisation introduced J-GoodTech, a Japanese online business matching platform, to Vietnamese enterprises on June 19.
The Covid-19 crisis may prevent Vietnam from its plan to have 1 million businesses by the end of 2020.
Vietnamese enterprises, hit hard by Covid-19, may be the ‘aiming points’ of foreign ‘sharks’ attempting to swallow up enterprises at low costs.
A lack of a unified legal framework governing PPP is the main factor that Vietnam’s infrastructure sector growth potential is capped at 6.1% per year through 2029.
Many businesses will struggle if the pandemic lasts a long time, leaving them vulnerable to foreign takeovers, experts say.
Quang Ninh led all 63 provinces and cities nationwide to top the Provincial Competitive Index (PCI) for the third consecutive year in 2019.
Some 53% of businesses in Vietnam reportedly paid informal charges to local authorities in 2019, far below the figure of 66% recorded in 2016, according to the Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) 2019.
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will jointly publicise the 2019 provincial competitiveness index (PCI) at a ceremony in Hanoi on May 5.
The fact that nearly 35,000 enterprises have now withdrawn from the market three months after the COVID-19 outbreak first appeared in Vietnam reveals the huge impact it has had on business and production.
The number of businesses which stopped operation in Vietnam hit a record number of nearly 35,000 in the first quarter of this year, according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
The expected execution of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement in 2020 will create great pressure on Vietnamese logistics businesses, insiders said.
The health of businesses reflects the ‘health’ of the national economy.