PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has appreciated CapitaLand’s investment in building new urban development model in Viet Nam, and wished the firm to consider developing new urban projects regarding the demand and long-term interests of local communities.
Japanese automaker Isuzu has picked Tan Phu Trung industrial zone (IZ) in Cu Chi district of Ho Chi Minh City as the location for its after-sale service centre.
The General Department of Customs has just asked its officials to strengthen checks on imported steel products after a series of reports on steel firms submitting incorrect declarations about product codes.
The participation of top regional economies and businesses in the business forums and meetings in the APEC Viet Nam Year 2017 creates opportunities for all sides to advertise their potentials and share management measures to effectively join the global value chain.
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.
Local authorities in Vietnam have warned about the large import of meat from Brazil following a recent rotten meat scandal in the South American country.
The Government’s Small and Medium Enterprise Development Foundation (SMEDF) will receive applications for the first stage of the programme on financial support for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) until the end of this month.
The PM has approved an investment plan for the project to construct an artery connecting Nam Dinh province’s sea-based economic region with the Cau Gie-Ninh Binh Expressway.
The Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit 2017 opened in Hanoi on March 21, bringing together over 450 key stakeholders, thought leaders and practitioners to further the financial inclusion agenda in the region.
Locally-owned TH Group has played a pioneering role in Vietnam’s organic fresh milk production market, through its unique high-yield cow embryo technology.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and relevant agencies to study the possibility of applying safeguards to protect the domestic automobile manufacturing industry from looming zero-tariff car imports.