Hanoi shines in creating regional tourism links Travel

Hanoi shines in creating regional tourism links

By engaging in tourism programmes with localities nationwide, Hanoi has forged regional links that have helped it drive up visitor numbers and tourism revenue, according to Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Tourism Tran Trung Hieu.
Hanoi aims to receive 39 million tourists by 2025 Travel

Hanoi aims to receive 39 million tourists by 2025

Hanoi has set itself a target to greet 35-39 million tourists by 2025, including 8-9 million foreigners, earning about 151 trillion VND (6.53 billion USD), under the city’s recently-launched tourism development strategy with a view to 2030.
Golden leaves fall on most romantic street in Hanoi Travel

Golden leaves fall on most romantic street in Hanoi

Old Indochina Dragonplum trees are shedding their leaves on the pavements of Phan Dinh Phung street, hinting at an autumn coming on the site often dubbed as one of the most beautiful and romantic streets in Hanoi.
Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to welcome visitors again Business

Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to welcome visitors again

As the resurgence of COVID-19 in Vietnam has been basically brought under control, the tourism sector in the capital city of Hanoi has been swiftly making plans to attract visitors again and gradually return to previous levels of growth.
Top 10 most valuable brands worth 8.1 billion USD Business

Top 10 most valuable brands worth 8.1 billion USD

The top 10 most valuable brands in Vietnam 2020 are worth 8.1 billion USD, increasing by 17 percent from last year and accounting for 30 percent of the list’s total value, according to Forbes Vietnam magazine.
PetroVietnam subsidiaries ink deal on projects Business

PetroVietnam subsidiaries ink deal on projects

Three subsidiaries of the State-owned Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) signed a business cooperation contract (BCC) on August 3 to carry out a chain of gas, power, and service port projects.
Firms in Singapore report worst performance since 2008 World

Firms in Singapore report worst performance since 2008

Enterprises in Singapore recorded their worst performance in the first quarter of 2020 since the global financial crisis of 2008 as the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the economy to stagnation, a recent business climate survey showed.