Hewlett Packard (HP), the U.S. manufacturer of software and computer services, is planning to shift some laptop production to Viet Nam, starting next year, said Nikkei Asia in its article.
SMEs account for 97% of the total number of businesses in the market, with important contributions to the economy. However, most of the SMEs have thin capitalisation and limited management capacity.
Besides reducing business conditions, a number of ministries and sectors have continued to issue and enforce new business conditions with stricter requirements that cause difficulties for enterprises.
In line with the theme "Honoring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion," HR Asia employed the Total Engagement Assessment Model (TEAM).
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VinFast, the group's EV arm, boasts a cutting-edge production facility on Cat Hai Island in the port city of Haiphong.
The CEO of Puratos Grand-Place Vietnam strongly emphasizes that courage is essential to embark on a sustainable journey, and he exemplifies this principle.
The results of socio-economic development in the first six months of the year reveal difficulties for the economy and enterprises.
Vinh Hoan suffered a revenue fall after a period of expansion in the pangasius industry.
Sacombank’s H1 pretax profit reached VND 4,755 billion from VND 13,500 billion in revenue, up 63.5% and 20 respectively, according to company’s statement.
A number of Vietnamese banks are grabbing interest of foreign investors who are major banks or financial groups.
With a market cap of US$11 billion, Vinhomes is now the most valuable enterprise in the real estate industry.
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and Mizuho Bank on Tuesday announced a total of $41 million in loans to Aeon's Vietnamese subsidiary.
VinFast, the subsidiary automaker of Vietnamese conglomerate Vingroup, has announced it will hold a groundbreaking ceremony of its electric vehicle (EV) factory in North Carolina, the US, on July 28.
The business community is showing increased confidence in performance and economy’s outlook, which is being seconded by the government’s sturdy efforts to provide enterprises with a more friendly-business climate to play in.
Nippon Express (Vietnam) Co. will continue to expand its services to meet the diversifying logistics needs of customers in the rapidly growing Vietnamese market, its parent company Nippon Express Holdings said.
Promoting the development of the circular economy is an indispensable choice for businesses to step closer to sustainability.