USAID launches new campaign against illegal wildlife trade Environment

USAID launches new campaign against illegal wildlife trade

The US Agency for International Development (USAID), in partnership with Vietnam CITES Management Authority, launched a campaign on November 11 called “Ngung tao nghiep” (Stop karma), to call for an end to the illegal trade of ivory and pangolin scales in Vietnam.
Daily visits to local e-commerce sites top 3.5 million: VECOM Business

Daily visits to local e-commerce sites top 3.5 million: VECOM

Online shopping traffic in Vietnam so far this year rocketed over 150 percent against a year earlier, with daily visits to e-commerce sites growing to 3.5 million, Nguyen Ngoc Dung, Deputy Chairman of the Vietnam e-Commerce Association (VECOM), told a workshop on November 10.
Singapore to extend debt relief scheme World

Singapore to extend debt relief scheme

Singapore will soon adjust its debt moratorium schemes, with the regulator looking to extend the programmes to certain borrowers beyond December 31 this year, while also ensuring that those with the ability to pay should begin repayment before the moratoriums expire.
Vietnam-US friendship thrives after a quarter of a century Business

Vietnam-US friendship thrives after a quarter of a century

Vietnam-US relations have reaped various important achievements since the establishment of bilateral diplomatic ties 25 years ago, across all fields of politics, diplomacy, trade, investment, science-technology, security-national defence, education-training, culture and people-to-people exchange.
HCM City to organise fair to stimulate consumer demand Business

HCM City to organise fair to stimulate consumer demand

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Industry and Trade will for the first time in several years allow businesses to offer promotions of up to 100 percent in June and July to boost demand that has taken a hit from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enterprises grasp opportunities amid COVID-19 Videos

Enterprises grasp opportunities amid COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused enormous impacts on Ho Chi Minh City in particular and Vietnam in general. However, many enterprises have grasped this opportunity and shifted their production to making products of high demand, ensuring jobs for workers while contributing to the economic recovery after the pandemic.