28DEC
India, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and Bangladesh are stepping up to replace China to become the world's industrial hubs, according to magazine Business Insider of the United States.
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28DEC
Vietnamese businesses poured nearly US$534 million into their projects abroad in 2022, a sharp increase over last year, according to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
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19DEC
Vietnam needs financial resources to develop and fulfill its commitments on green development. "A developing country with a per capita income of 4,000 USD but performs like a developed country with per capita income of 50,000 - 60,000 USD needs certain incentives to be able to do it. That’s equality, justice". That was the message conveyed by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at meetings during his trip to Europe. Why did the Prime Minister deliver this message ?
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19DEC
Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETP) are becoming an increasingly important part of the global energy transition. A handful of developing nations have already signed-up to JETPs, of which Vietnam is the most recent. Here’s a breakdown of what’s been agreed to so far.
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08NOV
At a meeting with Vietnamese Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha on the sidelines of the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27), Kerry said the US will boost cooperation with Vietnam and work together with the Southeast Asian nation to fulfill climate commitments.
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08NOV
The Ministry of Transport has approved a bidding plan for packages of 12 subprojects under the Eastern North-South Expressway project in 2021-2025 (second phase).
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07NOV
Việt Nam is a country with a lot of opportunities for franchising, with many businesses having the capability to become a franchisee, even a master franchisee, a conference has heard.
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07NOV
Vietnam’s foreign contractor tax (FCT), often referred to as the withholding tax, is a tax that is applied to transactions conducted in Vietnam between a foreign company or sub-contractor and a Vietnamese company.
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05NOV
As the market is now covered by many negative factors, especially soaring inflation and higher interest rates, defensive stocks, including electric utility stocks, become appealing assets to investors. 
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31OCT
Lacking initiatives and preparation, it has been challenging for Vietnam’s enterprises to join global supply chains, according to the Vietnam Confederation of Industry and Commerce (VCCI)’s latest study.
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31OCT
It was critical for State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to strengthen innovations as Viet Nam set the target of having at least 25 SOEs with a market capitalisation of US$1 billion and more.
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31OCT
More than 67% of enterprises paid "unofficial" costs in construction inspection activities and 61.36% for conditional business licenses.
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31OCT
Despite being part of Vietnam’s national education system, pre-school education is not compulsory. The government, however, is trying to promote participation in early childhood education, and this has created a range of opportunities for foreign investors.
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28OCT
A little talked about circular came into force earlier this month that could pay dividends for pharmaceutical companies in Spain, Poland, Italy and Hungary looking to enter the Vietnamese pharmaceuticals market.
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24OCT
Ample room for Vietnamese coffee exports to Spain  
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24OCT
It is necessary to control inflation but also ensure opportunities for businesses to access capital, said economist Tran Dinh Thien.
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23OCT
Local firms are being affected by today’s changing world because of the openness of the Vietnamese economy.
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14OCT
Vietnam ranked 48 out of 132 economies in the Global Innovation Index 2022 by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The country performed well in many aspects of technology and FDI, yet indicating that there is still room for improvement in other areas. Vietnam Briefing provides insights into the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnam, its position and ranking, and a comparison with its regional peers.
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23SEP
Vietnam’s new data localization regulation requires domestic and certain foreign companies to locally store personal data. It is unclear how the regulation can be enforced without reneging on its pledge against forced data localization as part of the CPTPP trade agreement. The announcement has rattled business groups and trade partners.
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17JUL
Green procurement is the adoption of environmentally responsible practices in business activities used to meet needs for materials, goods, utilities and services. It fundamentally incorporates human health and ecological concerns into the search for high quality products and services at competitive prices.
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24MAY
Following the workshop of EISMEA held on 27-28/APR our project Greenerg-Pro and GOOSE continued the communication to explore synergies between their activities.
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20MAY
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