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Vietnamese have avoided multi-level marketing as though it were the plague, and for fair reason.
Several economic experts have raised doubts over possible corruption in the selling of 32 hectares of public land in HCM City.
ACA Investments, Japan’s leading fund management company and an affiliate of Sumitomo Corporation, will spend $100 million on conducting M&A deals in the retail and logistics sectors in order to increase its presence in Vietnam.
As foreign brewers remain firm in their ambitions to expand in the local beer market, domestic enterprises are also implementing plans to gain market share.
FPT and a number of electronics retailers are looking to expand their business by entering the pharmaceutical segment.
The State-run Vietnam Southern Food Corporation (Vinafood II) raised nearly 1.16 trillion VND (51.1 million USD) from selling 22.97 percent of its stakes at an initial public offering (IPO) on March 14.
Viet Nam has taken steps towards aligning its intellectual property (IP) framework more closely with its Southeast Asian peers, according to the sixth annual International IP Index.
Thailand’s largest solar energy company, Superblock Pcl., plans to invest $1.76 billion to install 700 megawatts (MW) of wind farms in Vietnam.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) estimates to earn VND664 billion ($29.25 million) after the auction of Vietnam Sugarcane and Sugar Corporation II JSC (Vinasugar II).
Two South Korean investors, namely SK E&C and POSCO E&C, will develop two projects to serve Long Son Petrochemical Complex located in Long Son Island in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, according to newswire Koreabusiness.
A workshop on new techniques under the Consortium for Unfavourable Rice Environments (CURE) was held in Can Tho city on January 30, highlighting the need to turn challenges into opportunities for Mekong Delta agriculture.
The Hanoi-based Vinmec healthcare system has become the first medical facility in the world to successfully carry out bone marrow mononuclear cells transplantation to treat established bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BDP).
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Directorate of Fisheries held a press conference in Hanoi on October 25 regarding the European Union’s issuance of yellow card warning to Vietnam over its fisheries exploitation.
Problems with healthcare, culture, and finances make Vietnam a less favorable second home for foreigners, according to HSBC’s latest Expat Explorer survey.
Head of the Office of HCM City's People Committee Vo Van Hoan has affirmed that the city does not have a policy to suspend the building of the first-ever bus rapid transit line, which runs along Vo Van Kiet and Mai Chi Tho avenues.
Many of the 127 wish-listed projects in the fields of infrastructure and industrial manufacturing on offer for more than three years, but have yet to captivate foreign investors due to poor feasibility and planning.
As Vietnam targets to have at least one million enterprises by 2020, the increasing number of enterprises will lead to a higher demand for labour. However, experts have raised concerns over the quality of the abundant labour force.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee will organise an auction to select investors for Vietnam’s largest stadium of 50,000 seats at Rach Chiec sports complex in the second city's District 2.
Vietnamese Hungarian athlete My Lan will compete in synchronised swimming at the 17th FINA World Championships scheduled for July 14 in Budapest, Hungary.