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Local businesses feel sense of relief amid lower petrol prices
Lower petrol prices help businesses keep their products price at an affordable level and boost domestic consumption.
21:24, 2022/07/13
Vietnamese Gov’t launches RCEP action plan
The deal represents an opportunity for Vietnamese companies to diversify their supply chains for greater productivity and competitiveness.
16:44, 2022/07/13
Vietnamese Gov’t considers further tax cuts to support businesses, people
The country is on track to reach a GDP growth of 6.8-7% this year.
17:30, 2022/07/12
Hanoi-based forum boosts trade with overseas Vietnamese in Thailand
The forum is aimed at attracting overseas investment to contribute to Vietnam’s socio-economic development.
20:28, 2022/07/11
Hanoi implements price stabilization program for essential commodities in 2022
Goods in the program must ensure quality, food safety, clear origin, and be in high demand by consumers.
16:15, 2022/07/11
Hanoi to foster cooperation with other localities
Hanoi and other provinces and cities will focus on attracting investment in their key fields, creating production linkages among local businesses.
17:01, 2022/07/10
Hanoi Sales Promotion 2022 underway
Hanoi Sales Promotion 2022 fair is among a series of activities to boost local consumption in the city's economic recovery.
14:19, 2022/07/08
Hanoi strives to have another 400 OCOP products this year
The city’s OCOP program has drawn the participation of several local businesses, cooperatives, and commercial households in recent years.
11:25, 2022/07/08
Vietnamese Deputy PM warns of economic shocks
Government agencies are tasked with addressing any overlapping laws and regulations that prove to be a hurdle in mobilizing resources for sustainable economic development.
17:17, 2022/07/06
HSBC revises up Vietnam’s GDP growth forecast to 6.9% in 2022
Vietnam saw an 11-year-high growth rate of 7.7% y-o-y in Q2/2022, largely reaping the benefits of re-opening tailwinds.
22:13, 2022/07/05
Vietnam, S.Korea aim for a US$150 billion trade turnover by 2030
The Vietnamese Government for its part would create utmost conditions for South Korean companies to succeed in Vietnam and commit long-term presence in the country.
21:11, 2022/07/05
Experts look for ways to bolster tourism in North Central region
As major cities of Vietnam, Hanoi and HCMC will promote tourism in the northern and central regions of the country.
13:45, 2022/07/05
Vietnam eyes stock market’s upgrade to emerging status before 2025
The ministry has been in frequent contact with both MSCI and FTSE Russell to update new information and their requirements to finalize the legal framework or address shortcomings in the market.
11:42, 2022/07/05
Vietnam, Mexico seek to promote trade
Mexico considers Vietnam a strategic market in Asia-Pacific.
09:42, 2022/07/05
Hanoi takes solutions to spur night economy
Local authorities have requested tourism businesses and management agencies to restructure products to meet the demand of domestic travelers.
19:48, 2022/07/04
Vietnam to solidify macro-economic stability: PM
Vietnam’s economy has performed well amid a difficult global environment in the first six months of the year.
14:45, 2022/07/04
Vietnamese Gov’t further cut taxes on petrol products
Once approved by the National Assembly, the cut will take effect on August 1.
22:09, 2022/07/02
New milestone in Vietnam’s relations with Hungary, UK
The five-day visits of Vietnam’s National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue to Hungary and the UK marked a new milestone in bilateral relations, eventually contributing to the Vietnam-EU partnership.
20:09, 2022/06/30
Vietnam-UK target US$10-billion trade turnover by 2023
UK trade minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan said the country wants to be a part of Vietnam’s development story in the 21st century, and fostering bilateral trade relations is among its priorities.
19:59, 2022/06/30
UK multinationals pledge long-term presence in Vietnam
Vietnam expects to create the utmost favorable environment for foreign companies to be successful in the country.
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