Kraig Biocraft Laboratories met with the authorities of Quang Nam Province on July 4 to discuss silkworm technology.
The 18th Vietnam International Agriculture Trade Fair (AgroViet 2018) will take place from June 28 to July 1 in the central city of Da Nang, announced the organising board at a press conference in Hanoi on June 18.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has expressed his belief that the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang will become a “treasury” of investors in the near future.
Vietnamese enterprises invested nearly 184.7 million USD in overseas projects in the first five months of this year, according to the General Statistics Office.
Japan currently ranks second among 125 countries and territories investing in Vietnam with a total registered capital of US$49.46 billion, after the Republic of Korea (RoK). Economists have predicted that Japanese direct investment in Vietnam will continue to grow in 2018.
Vietnam is likely to see a greater presence by international franchisors over the next few years.
The Cuban government has granted first administrative concession in the Mariel Special Economic Development Zone to the ViMariel S.A company, a subsidiary of the Vietnamese corporation Viglacera.
(VNF) - "Tourism is a booming sector, both in Vietnam and in Europe," said Alejandro Montalban, Head of Cooperation of the EU Delegation to Vietnam, at the opening ceremony of the 6th VITM on March 28th .
Renewable energy in Vietnam is becoming popular with Thai investors thanks to the government there offering high adder rates (the rate state utilities pay operators) of 9.35 cents, says the Thailand-Vietnam Business Council
(VNF) – Member of the Steering Committee of the Hanoi City’s Party, Vice Standing Chair of the municipal People’s Commitee, Nguyen Van Suu on March 20th held a reception for Governor of Bratislava (Slovakia), Juraj Droba.
Last year saw a lot of merger and acquisition (M&A) activities in the Vietnamese property sector, with transactions totalling US$1.5 billion and the participation of many major foreign players.
Approximately 70% of Japanese enterprises operating in Vietnam intend to expand their operations in future, an increase of 3% compared to 2016, according to a JETRO survey.
Japan is keen to attract more foreign investment and many Vietnamese companies have decided to try their luck in the country.
With huge investment, commodities suiting all tastes, ages and income levels, and round-the-clock services, convenience stores could make a splash in the Vietnamese food and beverage market.
Vietnamese businesses’ expansion to the Middle East market is considered an important and long-term strategic direction amidst saturated traditional markets and decreased consumption.
Vietnam Airlines is moving forward as its state shareholders plan to divest 430 million shares, cutting state holdings to 51 per cent.
The Securities Journalists Club (SJC) on December 27 announced the top 10 events of Vietnam’s stock market in 2017, a year of many new records.