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Policy implementation capacity needs improvement to support businesses

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.

Vietnam hands over EABC Chairmanship to RoK

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, 

Launching a fruitful and bright decade

The year 2020 is expected to bring about both opportunities and challenges for Vietnam to soar higher. 

What should be done to help Vietnamese businesses grow?

The health of businesses reflects the ‘health’ of the national economy. 

Reforms to be growth driver in 2020

Institutional reforms will continue to be the major growth driver in 2020 and beyond, while a focus would be placed on removing barriers and connecting firms to establish value chains, VCCI Chairman Vu Tien Loc said.

Vietnam needs more reforms: VCCI

Vietnam's reform process needed to step up a gear in order for the country to become one of the top four in ASEAN in terms of business climate, Chairman of the VN Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) said at a conference on Tuesday.


Local firms need to improve capacity when joining EVFTA

Improving corporate governance capacity is a major challenge for businesses, especially small-and-medium sized enterprises when joining the EVFTA, requiring the Government to have policies and mechanisms to facilitate their operation.


EVFTA puts pressure on Vietnamese firms to better competitiveness

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is expected to put pressure on Vietnamese enterprises to increase their competitiveness in order to make inroads into the European market.

Real estate market booming in Quang Ninh

The real estate market in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh is booming this year, in line with previous forecasts.

Institutional reform is key to development

If Vietnam is not determined to reform, it will be a lower average income country forever, writes Vu Tien Loc, chair of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry (VCCI) for ‘For a Powerful Vietnam’, a forum initiated by VietNamNet.