Brewery merger to go ahead Business

Brewery merger to go ahead

Anheuser-Busch InBev and SAB Beer announced their merger in Vietnam on January 12 following the approval of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Korean firm expands tire cord plant in Vietnam Business

Korean firm expands tire cord plant in Vietnam

Kolon Industries, an industrial materials producer of the Republic of Korea (RoK), on January 12 said it will expand its tire cord plant in Vietnam to increase exports from the Southeast Asian country, the Yonhap News Agency reported.
Vietnam on road to development of carbon market Environment

Vietnam on road to development of carbon market

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, in coordination with the World Bank, held a Final Workshop for the “Vietnam Partnership for Market Readiness” project in Hanoi on December 29. After 5 years of implementation, up to now, the project has made basic preparations, paving the way for the formulation of carbon market policies.
Wood exports to hit 12.5 billion USD in 2020 Business

Wood exports to hit 12.5 billion USD in 2020

Wood export turnover this year is expected to reach a record high of nearly 12.5 billion USD despite impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as risks from export markets and the country’s policy changes in controlling the legality of imported wood materials.
Three imported COVID-19 cases recorded on December 18 Health

Three imported COVID-19 cases recorded on December 18

Three new cases of COVID-19 were detected over the past 24 hours to 18:00 on December 18, all Vietnamese citizens returning from abroad and being quarantine, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Japan supports firms engaging in smart city building in Vietnam World

Japan supports firms engaging in smart city building in Vietnam

The Japanese government will set up a fund worth 250 billion JPY (some 2.4 billion USD) to support Japanese companies' "smart-city" projects and to help further decarbonisation measures in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian nations, reported the Nikkei Asia.