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PM meets Singapore's CEO of CapitaLand

PM meets Singapore's CEO of CapitaLand

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.

Raising the profile of women in STEM

Raising the profile of women in STEM

Although women fill close to half of all jobs in the world economy, they hold less than 25 per cent of positions in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). American company GE has shown the positive impact of narrowing the gap.

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Firms want hotline to Gov’t leaders

Firms want hotline to Gov’t leaders

Businesses agree that Government Resolution 35 on supporting and developing enterprises augurs change, but are adopting a wait-and-see attitude toward its implementation.

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PSA buys Opel-Vauxhall to create Europe's second-biggest carmaker

PSA buys Opel-Vauxhall to create Europe's second-biggest carmaker

PARIS: French car manufacturer PSA announced on Monday (Mar 6) the acquisition of General Motors' European subsidiary, which includes the Opel and Vauxhall brands, for €1.3 billion (US$1.38 billion).

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SCG now sole foreign investor in Long Son refinery

SCG now sole foreign investor in Long Son refinery

Siam Cement Group (SCG) has finished acquiring the stakes of its former venture partner Qatar Petroleum (QP) in Long Son Petrochemical Complex, as reported by The Bangkok Post.

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Uber still at odds with regulators

Uber still at odds with regulators

Uber yet again finds itself in new disagreements with authorities.

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EU businesses count on VN-EU FTA

EU businesses count on VN-EU FTA

European investors show optimism on Viet Nam’s market and hope to expand investment in Viet Nam, according to a recent survey by European Chamber of Commerce in Viet Nam (EuroCham).

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Japanese, Vietnamese cooperation in finance, banking a successful marriage

Japanese, Vietnamese cooperation in finance, banking a successful marriage

Japanese enterprises in banking and finance are now the biggest foreign shareholders in Vietnamese banks, financial and financial leasing companies, and their Vietnamese partners highly regard their expertise and support.

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More foreigners can now retail fuel in Vietnam?

More foreigners can now retail fuel in Vietnam?

PetroVietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil), a member of national oil and gas group PetroVietnam, will sell a 40 per cent share in the second quarter of 2017.

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VN to stop Indian agricultural imports

VN to stop Indian agricultural imports

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong signed a decision on March 1, 2017, to stop importing a number of agricultural products from India.

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Big Vietnamese companies shun Youtube ads

Big Vietnamese companies shun Youtube ads

Many big companies in Vietnam, including Vietnam Airlines and Vinamilk, have stopped advertising on Youtube after local authorities gave warning that their ads have been running on illegal videos.

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LafargeHolcim Vietnam no more

LafargeHolcim Vietnam no more

The sale of the 65 per cent stake in LafargeHolcim Vietnam by its Swiss mother company to Thai Siam City Cement has been finished.

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High-level appointment to draw Japanese ties tighter

High-level appointment to draw Japanese ties tighter

All Nippon Airways and Vietnam Airlines are drawing ties together through the appointment of a Japanese representative to the board of directors of the Vietnamese national carrier.

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Kraft Heinz ravenous hunger hides shrinking margins

Kraft Heinz ravenous hunger hides shrinking margins

Food giant Kraft Heinz Company’s ravenous hunger for acquisitions might only be a façade masking shrinking margins.

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Taiwan's Foxconn

Taiwan's Foxconn "definitely bidding" for Toshiba chip business

HONG KONG: Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, is "definitely bidding" for the chip business of Japan's Toshiba Corp and is "very confident" it can buy into it, company founder Terry Gou said on Wednesday.

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Uber’s war on the world spells its doom?

Uber’s war on the world spells its doom?

Uber’s recent technology moves, including first self-driving and now flying cars, have earned it a fair share of sceptics who doubt their feasibility and, consequently, how long Uber as a company will last if proceeding in this direction.

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