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Productivity should be put at center of Vietnam’s development strategy: WBicon
BUSINESS02/06/20200

Productivity should be put at center of Vietnam’s development strategy: WB

In a recent report titled “Vibrant Vietnam: Forging the Foundation of a High-Income Economy”, the World Bank has suggested that a productivity-driven development model,
 
Knowledge mismatch hinders IT in agricultureicon

Knowledge mismatch hinders IT in agriculture

FEATURE
04/12/2019
An ongoing issue in the digitalization of the agriculture sector is that IT workers know little about farming and farmers know little about IT.
Labor shortage may cause a ‘bottleneck’ in EVFTA implementationicon

Labor shortage may cause a ‘bottleneck’ in EVFTA implementation

BUSINESS
13/11/2019
The need for laborers is expected to become more serious when the EU-Vietnam FTA (EVFTA) takes effect.
Amended labor code draft could weaken Vietnam's competitiveness: economistsicon

Amended labor code draft could weaken Vietnam's competitiveness: economists

BUSINESS
25/09/2019
Economists have voiced their disappointment about the draft of the amended labor code, saying that the competitiveness of the national economy will weaken because of rigid regulations on extra working hours and wages.
Technology is key to labor problems in Vietnamicon

Technology is key to labor problems in Vietnam

BUSINESS
24/09/2019
Vietnam is considered an attractive destination for investors thanks to the cheap labor force. In 2019, the minimum zonal wages of Vietnamese workers ranged between VND2.92 million and 4.18 million.
Productivity of private sector ranks lowest: reporticon

Productivity of private sector ranks lowest: report

BUSINESS
05/09/2019
The state-owned economic sector ranks first in terms of productivity, followed by foreign invested companies. The productivity of the private sector is the lowest.
Vietnam’s productivity still low, only triples over the last 25 yearsicon

Vietnam’s productivity still low, only triples over the last 25 years

BUSINESS
30/05/2019
The highest added value lies in R&D, and if Vietnam continues to rely on outsourcing, its productivity will not improve significantly.