CHICAGO: Ford announced on Tuesday (Mar 28) that it will invest US$1.2 billion in three Michigan plants, most of which is part of a 2015 deal with its workers.
Toyota and Yamaha Vietnam, two big automotive manufacturers from Japan, recently submitted their report to Vietnam Competition Authority (VCA) on their recall programmes for the Toyota Lexus RX200t, Lexus RX350, and Yamaha YZF-R3 models.
Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong committed to keeping partnering with Israeli firms operating in the city to improve its business climate during a business forum held in the city on March 23.
On March 23, AIA Group Limited, the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group, announced the signing of a multi-year agreement with David Beckham, under which he will become the company’s global ambassador.
Google said it would ramp up hiring and developing new tools to prevent its ads from appearing on offensive YouTube videos, reacting to criticism that the company has not done enough to tackle this issue.
Many big firms in retail and passenger transport are now expanding their business by selling various unrelated products.
LOS ANGELES: A shareholder coalition founded in the U.K. is recruiting investors for a campaign to convince KFC parent Yum Brands Inc and other food companies to protect public health and corporate profits by reducing the use of antibiotics in the meat they serve in the United States and around the world.
On March 22, Vinmec International Hospital held a press conference with the participation of professor Gustav von Schulthess, director of the Nuclear Medicine Clinic at the University Hospital in Zurich, Switzerland, to talk about Vinmec’s achievements through cooperation with University Hospital, and what the two sides are planning in order to improve the quality of cancer treatment for Vietnamese patients.
A scheduled listing on stock exchange is causing the price of the stock of Vietnam National Petroleum Group, or Petrolimex’s stock (OTC: PLX) to soar, however, there are many factors that may make the stock not as attractive as investors speculate.
HCM City will lend up to VND200 billion (US$8.8 million) without interest to viable supporting industry projects.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked the construction ministry to complete the privatisation of four enterprises under it this year.