Optimizing all opportunities, even the smallest, to create development breakthroughs is one of the central tasks set for the Ministry of Planning and Investment in 2019, Minister Nguyen Chi Dung has said.
One of Asia's biggest health and beauty retailers has entered Vietnam's fast-growing but crowded cosmetics market, where a young and growing middle class is fueling demand for imported products.
The first meeting of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) Commission ended in Tokyo, Japan, on Saturday with a joint statement adopted by ministers in charge of economy and trade from 11 member nations.
Ikea Vietnam plans to invest US$450 million on a retail centre and warehouse system in Hanoi, according to a government official.
Vietnam ranks fourth among the world’s top 10 countries with the fastest millionaire population growth, a new report says.
GGRAsia reports it has received confirmation the Corona Resort and Casino in Vietnam is planning its grand opening this Saturday. The resort, which is located on Phu Quoc Island, is the first in Vietnam to make significant progress in the country’s g
Two-way trade between Vietnam and India experienced a year-on-year rise of 40 percent to reach USD 10.69 billion in 2018, according to statistics released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
To date, Vietnam has nearly 1,900 establishments getting Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practices (VietGAP) certificates with a total area of 81,500 hectares.
Having an estimated value of $33 million, the competition in the food delivery sector is as cutthroat as the ride-hailing market.
The Political Bureau will issue a new resolution that serves as basis for Viet Nam to improve institutions, including tax policies, on foreign investment attraction in years to come.
Korean banks are increasing their presence in Vietnam, betting on the growth potential of the emerging market, especially when and if limits on foreign ownership ratio are removed.
The year 2018 has concluded, marking a year of economic recovery in various countries across the world as well as in Vietnam. Last year, the monetary policy was operated cautiously and flexibly in combination with fiscal policy and other macroeconomic policies, contributing to stabilising the financial and economic situation. This was a key condition for macroeconomic stability and sustainable growth of the Vietnamese economy in 2018 and is also a foundation for the economic development in 2019.
The foreign-invested firms topped Hanoi’s salaries in 2018 with VND233 million (USD10,130) per month.
A series of ports from the North to the South received their first shipments of the New Year 2019 on January 1 while most agencies and organisations were enjoying the four-day holidays.
Vietnam’s growth accelerated in the fourth quarter, as stronger manufacturing output helped the economy remain one of the world’s best performers.
Although the cold chain logistics sector in Vietnam is considered small and fragmented, the market has shown signs of improvement due to the increasing demand for high quality products.
Japan tops the list of 112 countries and territories invested in Vietnam in 2018, with USD 8.59 billion, contributing 24 percent to the nation’s total FDI.