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Despite strong efforts, state-owned Vietnam Railways may face a downturn this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and challenges from legal barriers. Vu Anh Minh, chairman of the corporation, talked to VIR’s Bich Thuy about the legal bottlenecks that impact its operations as well as solutions to increase efficiency and investment attraction.
Electric bicycle producers are getting in a fierce competition by releasing new lines, applying smart technology, and lowering prices.
Through inspiring firms to go green in their production and business, the amended Law on Environmental Protection would also be expected to help enhance the competitive advantage of Vietnamese businesses as well as the country’s economic position in the world.
The curtain is being lifted on Vietnam’s cinema industry.
Asiana Airlines, one of two major air carriers in South Korea, has been honoured as one of top 10 airlines in the world in 2012.
Industrial Bank of Korea is one of Korean businesses which have actively handled CSR activities since setting foot in Vietnam.
A sharp hike in Korean cosmetics and food exports to Vietnam in recent years has prompted the need for firms from the two countries to step up bilateral investment and trade.
Lotte Group’s Vietnam-based members are helping train a generation of young, highly skilled footballers, laying a foundation for Vietnamese football industry to stretch regionally and globally.
The tough business climate and tight capital sources continue to take a toll on firms.
Local logistics firms are mulling ramping up operational efficiency before the market totally opens to foreign investors from 2014.