Vietnam aims for improved business environment, more new firms Politics

Vietnam aims for improved business environment, more new firms

Vietnam plans to strongly improve its business environment and rapidly increase the number of newly-established firms, according to a draft resolution on tasks and solutions to improve the business environment and national competitiveness in 2022 delivered by Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai at the Government’s online meeting with localities on January 5.
Indonesia bans coal export in January World

Indonesia bans coal export in January

Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has banned coal export from January 1-31 on all exporters holding IUP (Mining Business Licence), IUPK Production (Operation Special Mining Business Licence) and PKP2B (Concession Agreement), informed the Vietnam Trade Office in Indonesia.
PM praises VCCI's contributions to national achievements Business

PM praises VCCI's contributions to national achievements

As an organisation gathering and representing the business community, entrepreneurs, employers and trade associations, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) has performed its tasks well, making important contributions to the common achievements of the country, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at the VCCI's 12th national congress in Hanoi on December 31.
Singapore, India bolster relations in various fields World

Singapore, India bolster relations in various fields

India and Singapore further consolidated their strategic relations in 2021 to increase collaboration in fields that are likely to shape the future of both the countries, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, reported the PTI news agency of India.
Portal launched to support business community Business

Portal launched to support business community

A business information portal was launched on December 23 with a view to helping address difficulties faced by enterprises, assisting policymaking, and proposing support measures for the development of businesses.
Businesses eager to use e-invoices Business

Businesses eager to use e-invoices

As many as 263,182 businesses registered to use e-invoices after one month of piloting e-invoices in six provinces and cities, accounting to 71 percent of the total enterprises and organisations in the localities, according to the General Department of Taxation (GDT).