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Vietnamese IT firms

Vietnam, Japan IT sectors ink deal

Sci-Tech

Vietnam, Japan IT sectors ink deal

Quang Trung Software City (QTSC), and the Vietnam Information Technology Outsourcing (VNITO) Alliance have signed an agreement with Japan’s Fukuoka Information Services Industry Association to enhance business cooperation and support trade promotion by members of both sides.

Doubts remain over EVN’s sub-unit IPOs

Business

Doubts remain over EVN’s sub-unit IPOs

The failure of the Power Generation Corporation 3 (Genco 3) to sell its stake through initial public offering (IPO) has raised concerns about the upcoming IPOs of the two other similar companies – Genco 1 and Genco 2 – at the end of this year.

Agro businesses seek to overcome barriers to Europe

Business

Agro businesses seek to overcome barriers to Europe

Vietnamese agro-firms should increase high added value for their products by improving business production procedures in line with international practices, especially in packaging and designing, heard a workshop held in Ho Chi Minh City on August 17.

Impact of new-generation FTAs on textile industry discussed

Business

Impact of new-generation FTAs on textile industry discussed

Vietnamese textiles firms were updated on the potential prospects, advantages, and barriers that are to brought about by the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) at a workshop in Hanoi on July 18.

Top Vietnamese tourism firms honoured

Travel

Top Vietnamese tourism firms honoured

A ceremony was held in Hanoi on July 9 to honour the top Vietnamese travel businesses and to present the Vietnam Tourism Awards 2018 to enterprises that significantly contributed to the growth of Vietnamese tourism.

Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism

Business

Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism

Improving competitive capacity to expand export markets and understanding of international trade regulations are significant for Vietnamese steel firms to respond to trade defence lawsuits in the context of growing protectionism, said Chairman of Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) Ho Nghia Dung.