Vietnam welcomes quality FDI from China, says PM
As the existing global supply chains have been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hoped more Chinese investors would come to Vietnam and address this issue.
18:29, 2020/29/09
Vietnam allows bars and karaoke parlors to reopen
The Ministry of Public Security and relevant agencies are requested to control illegal actions at the bars and karaoke parlors.
09:05, 2020/05/05
Vietnam PM urges cooperation foreign partners to develop military weapons
Vietnam is told to promote the research and manufacturing of weapons.
14:33, 2020/33/28
Vietnam wind sector to see growing opportunities: Fitch Solutions
Vietnam contains one of the highest potential for wind power in the region, as it is endowed with high wind speeds particularly in the offshore or near-shore areas.
14:30, 2020/30/27
Vietnam gov't pushes for wider use of cashless payment
Cash has constituted 11.3% of total means of payment as of December 31, 2019.
11:20, 2020/20/24
Vietnam named best Covid-19 performer globally: Politico
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said the government's strict response had helped contain the virus.
05:15, 2020/15/16
Vietnam economy accelerates to get back to normal state
With the resumption of key economic sectors' activities, such as manufacturing, services and retail, Vietnam’s economy is accelerating to get back to its normal state.
11:41, 2020/41/16
Vietnam PM to hold dialogue with business community as coronavirus ravages economy
The dialogue is a way to show the government’s strong support to enterprises at a time of crisis.
12:31, 2020/31/15
Vietnam PM approves customs cooperation agreement with US
The agreement would protect lawful rights of the business communities in Vietnam and the US, promoting greater trade relations.
01:35, 2020/35/14
Improving business environment is least costly solution to weather economic storm: PM
Government agencies should address the obsolete regulations and create the utmost support for enterprises to thrive, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested.
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