At Garment 10 Company, productivity increased exponentially after new technologies and digitalization of the production line were applied.
Banks have been increasing the attraction of deposits to have enough capital for the credit needs of customers. Credit demand is expected to increase from the first quarter of this year.
Although it is put under control, the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit all aspects of the social life, seriously affecting businesses and people.
A 13-year confrontation between Vietnamese and foreign investors at a leading sweets manufacturing company has come to an end: the Vietnamese investor has acquired the entire company while the South Korean investor has left.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused local firms to face an array of risks, with there being a large and possible long-lasting vulnerability for them.
Functional units in many localities yesterday continued to pay unexpected visits to gas stations in order to examine trading activities there and handle any possible hoarding, which is supposed to happen lately due to instability in input fuel price.
HCMC has seen almost all manufacturing enterprises resume after the Covid pandemic and operate at over 95% capacity.
Maintaining a high ranking and improving electricity access scores continue to be the mission of the reform program.
The US News & World Report newswire has released a list of the world’s most powerful countries in 2021, with Vietnam being placed at the 25th position in the power rankings.
A particularity of Vietnam’s economy is the existence of the ‘housewife’ economy in every family, a self-sufficient economy in both urban and rural areas.
The development of a real estate database has not been in line with the market in Vietnam over the years.
On the morning of February 5, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and the Government delegation inspected the highway projects Nha Trang - Cam Lam - Vinh Hao - Phan Thiet - Dau Giay.
The Vietnamese Government has made great efforts to recover the country’s economic growth, with key tasks as defined in Resolution No.02/ND-CP.
The effective implementation of new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs) can considered as the driving force behind fulfilling the export target of over US$356 billion set for this year.
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.