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Vietnam to become next outsourcing hotspot

Vietnam to become next outsourcing hotspot

The latest report by PwC forecasts that outsourcing will be among the top five most attractive sectors for foreign investment in Vietnam.

SHS returns to the fore

SHS returns to the fore

Hanoi-based Saigon-Hanoi Securities has stringed together the third impressive quarter this year, posting striking growth and a series of achievements.

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Thai firms keep up local M&A interest

Thai firms keep up local M&A interest

In the near future, Thai investors are likely to remain enthusiastic buyers of Vietnam’s equitised state firms and private companies in various sectors.

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Danang set to smile on APEC Economic Leaders’ Week 2017

Danang set to smile on APEC Economic Leaders’ Week 2017

There is only one month left until the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week 2017, hosted by the central city of Danang. Danang has been preparing for the event for a year...

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Concerns over Formosa steel supply played down

Concerns over Formosa steel supply played down

A year after a toxic spill from the plant caused the country’s worst environmental disaster so far, the giant Formosa steel and port complex project, the largest of its kind in Vietnam, is pressing on, expecting to produce about 1.5 million tonnes of steel between now and the end of the year, amid concerns about affecting the domestic market.

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FTA boosts Russia and Belarus deals

FTA boosts Russia and Belarus deals

One full year after the entry into force of the Vietnam-Eurasian Economic Union Free Trade Agreement, the union has boosted the local establishment of automobile and industrial joint ventures and the exports of both sides.

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CapitaLand Vietnam wins GoHome Awards 2017

CapitaLand Vietnam wins GoHome Awards 2017

CapitaLand Vietnam won “Best Overseas Property Developer (Vietnam)” at GoHome Awards 2017 in Hong Kong, standing out from a crowd of accomplished competitors.

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VITAS recommends removing tariffs on polyester fibre

VITAS recommends removing tariffs on polyester fibre

Viet Nam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) has petitioned the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade to not increase import tariffs on polyester fibre from zero to 2 per cent.

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2017 GDP growth target of 6.7% in sight: NFSC

2017 GDP growth target of 6.7% in sight: NFSC

The National Financial Supervisory Committee (NFSC) anticipates gross economic growth of Viet Nam in 2017 will be more than 6.7 per cent.

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What lies behind Vietlott CEO’s resignation

What lies behind Vietlott CEO’s resignation

The abrupt resignation of Tong Quoc Truong, CEO of Vietnam Lottery Co., Ltd. (Vietlott) is rumoured to be related to the violations at PetroVietnam Finance Corporation (PVFC) that took place during his time in office as CEO at PVFC and are currently under investigation.

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Deep C IZs chain up to line Haiphong

Deep C IZs chain up to line Haiphong

Dinh Vu Industrial Zone JSC, backed by leading Belgian port, industrial zone, and green energy group Rent-A-Port, last week started developing its Deep C III Industrial Zone, creating a chain of state-of-the-art industrial zones to capitalise on the northern port city of Haiphong’s emerging investment advantages.

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PM approves plan for loss-making projects

PM approves plan for loss-making projects

The Prime Minister recently issued a decision outlining solutions for loss-making projects under the management of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The aim is to turn them into efficient projects by 2020, at the latest, or let them be dissolved.

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Boosting capacity through strategy consulting

Boosting capacity through strategy consulting

Continuing the success of SAGE Brand and Communications Academy, StrategyM Consulting today officially launched its operation in Hanoi.

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IDICO sells out at IPO

IDICO sells out at IPO

Foreign investors acquired almost all offered shares of Vietnam Urban and Industrial Zone Development Investment Corporation (IDICO) at its initial public offering (IPO) this morning.

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CEO of Uber Vietnam resigns amidst crisis

CEO of Uber Vietnam resigns amidst crisis

The consecutive resignation of executives, including the co-founder, CEO in London, and CEO in Vietnam, adds to the crisis that the ride-hailing giant has been going through, floundering from internal troubles to external threats like gender inequality at the workplace and legal issues with the authorities.

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Human resources management: core mindset of a billion-dollar enterprise

Human resources management: core mindset of a billion-dollar enterprise

By investing $300 million to build three new plants in 2013, Tan Hiep Phat Group now has a daily capacity of three million litres of beverages. The company's products are consumed in Vietnam and nearly 20 countries in the world. As a billion-dollar business, Tan Hiep Phat is creating a new human resources (HR) management model, which it temporarily named “Participative leadership model” to facilitate the company's ambition of sustainable and everlasting development.

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