Vietnam has demonstrated its commitment and support for the adoption of a global climate agreement at the United Nations’ 21st Conference of the Parties from November 30 to December 11, 2015.
Vietnam and Germany have agreed to boost bilateral development co-operation and set up an ambitious trade and investment target for 2020.
The PM has approved a strategy on renewable energy development to 2030 with a vision to 2050.
Masan Resources, which launched the largest-capitalised ticker on the Hanoi Stock Exchange so far in 2015, under the UPCoM listing of MSR, has posted strong operating results for the first three quarters of this year.
In light of the recent conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, Vietnam finds itself at a crossroads with lucrative opportunities on the horizon for several trade sectors. In particular, the textile and garment industry stands to benefit greatly from access to the global market and reduced trade tariffs. However, future supply chain challenges must be addressed in order for Vietnam to capitalise on this potential. Amrish Goel, technical director of management consulting at KPMG in India, and Nguyen Tuan Hong Phuc, consulting director of KPMG Vietnam shared their opinions on this issue.
Viet Nam commits to promote regional co-operation as an active and responsible member, and contribute to building an ASEAN Community with unity, solidarity with a regional and global reputation, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at the opening ceremony of the 15th ASEAN Telecommunications and Information Technology Ministers Meeting (ASEAN TELMIN 2015) in Da Nang.
The increase in foreign investment and the constrictions on foreign companies to develop in Vietnam through representative offices or having commercial presence in the country is forecasted to result in an increasing demand for international standard “offices for lease”. The newcomers on the office leasing market are expected to meet these demands by offering smart options which proved to be very efficient over the world.
Economic theory defines the ‘triangle of impossibility’ as a nation’s inability to simultaneously pursue three macro-economic goals: a stable exchange rate, free capital flows, and an independent monetary policy. This theory was named the Mundell-Fleming Model, put forward by Robert Mundell and Marcus Fleming in the 1960s.
Swedish Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Erik Bromander and a delegation of transport businesses visited Ho Chi Minh City on November 26 to seek cooperation opportunities.
Sizzling hot weather in Saigon led me to make a trip up to the nation’s north. Mai Chau, an upland district in Hoa Binh Province, was my destination.
The fall festival season has finally arrived and Heineken has four music concerts coming up in December in big cities across Vietnam that should appeal to a wide range of interests.
Five people were killed and nine others are now in a critical condition following a collision between a truck and a motorized farm cart that happened in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam on Friday night.
Jose Mourinho's relationship with Diego Costa came under renewed scrutiny after the Chelsea manager dropped the striker for Sunday's 0-0 draw at Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.
A knife attack seriously wounded an Israeli border policeman at Damascus Gate on Sunday (Nov 29) before fellow officers killed the assailant, police said.
Adjustment of par value of shares, acquisition, recovery and conversion of bonds, stock issuance are the circumstances under which joint stock companies are permitted to increase or decrease their charter capital.