Prime Minister greets Japanese, RoK guests
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc received Hanoi on April 20 Nakamura Norimichi, Governor of Nagasaki prefecture, who is visiting Vietnam with a business delegation.
Thanh Cong, Hyundai Motor join hands to produce automobiles
Thanh Cong Group on March 30 signed a cooperation agreement with the Republic of Korea’s Hyundai Motor Company on forming a venture to expand the assembling of automobiles in Vietnam.
State leader asks for Hyundai Motor’s help to raise local contents
President Tran Dai Quang received Hyundai Motor Vice Chairman Chung Eui-sun on March 28, asking the group to support its Vietnamese partner in personnel training and technology transfer, and increase the rate of domestically made content in its products.
RoK firms fund vocational training for disadvantaged youths
A workshop designed to provide vocational training on welding and pipe installation was opened at the College of Urban Works Construction in Gia Lam district of Hanoi on January 18.
RoK-funded vocational training centre inaugurated in Hanoi
The Hyundai Motor Group from the Republic of Korea (RoK) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) on February 24 inaugurated a automobile engineering and construction workshop.
Truck market sees steady growth
The domestic truck market has seen significant growth since the Ministry
of Transport's decision to increase control and oversight of overloaded
vehicles and ensure the safety of all drivers on the roads.
policy appears to have been successful, as the number of traffic
accidents since April has decreased and the transport sector seems to be
more competitive, especially the truck market.
Top carmaker delays on greener Euro 4 standards
Truong Hai Auto Corporation, the largest domestic automobile company in
Vietnam, has obtained the Government’s permission to extend the
timeline for its manufacturing of Euro 2- and Euro 3-standard engines.
Vietnam Investment Review reports.
Central region upgrades entice investors
For many years, inadequate infrastructure network has deterred foreign
companies from investing in the central coastal region, but things are
changing with progress reported in many infrastructure projects in the
region. Report by the Vietnam Investment Review.
VN, Rok businesses cooperate in auto engine production
he Truong Hai Auto Joint Stock Company (Thaco) on August 4 signed an
agreement with Hyundai Motor Corporation of the Republic of Korea
to jointly manufacture auto engines.