31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
IFC promotes Vietnam's PPE production capacity
Vietnam has emerged as one of the new personal protective equipment (PPE) suppliers globally.
18:22, 2021/22/26
IFC provides US$57 million for wind projects in Vietnam
The fund will enable the construction of two onshore wind power plants that will generate about 170 million kilowatt hours of clean energy per year.
21:42, 2021/42/15
Vietnam stock market watchdog launches manual on sustainable bonds
Sustainable bonds are considered as an effective capital mobilization channel from the private sector for environmental and social projects.
17:13, 2021/13/26
Hanoi to cooperate with IFC in urban development
IFC commits to joining Hanoi in the search for the best financing mechanism that suits the capital city’s vision for development.
08:17, 2021/17/06
Vietnam, IFC together to promote female management in finance-banking
The government and the International Finance Corporation aims to increase the number of women in leadership positions in banks.
13:28, 2021/28/13
Hanoi seeks IFC support in FDI attraction
IFC wants to provide large financial packages in both mid- and long-term for Hanoi in waste treatment, transportation and smart lighting.
17:16, 2020/16/11
PM promises optimal conditions for foreign investors
A government task force will inspect whether provinces and cities are fulfilling their commitments to investors.
17:02, 2020/02/27
IFC promotes employer-supported childcare in Vietnam to boost workforce efficiency
With a projected contraction of the nation’s labor force by 5% by 2040 due to an aging population, the challenge for manufacturers will be to attract and retain quality workers.
14:05, 2020/05/27
IFC supports Hanoi to attract high value-added investments
IFC will work with Hanoi to formulate a new-generation FDI strategy in response to the government’s master plan on foreign investment promotion toward 2030.
13:30, 2020/30/22
IFC increases trade finance limits to support Vietnamese businesses amid Covid-19
The increased total limit of US$294 million will enable these banks to improve their capacity to cover payment risk in granting trade financing to local companies, mostly small and medium enterprises.
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