RoK to provide 5.15 million USD for six developing nations World

RoK to provide 5.15 million USD for six developing nations

The Korean Ministry of Economy and Finance announced on July 31 that it will provide 5.15 million USD for six developing nations, including Vietnam, to support projects ranging from establishing green growth and digital infrastructure to an improved COVID-19 response.
 FPT's profit up by 14 percent in first half Business

FPT's profit up by 14 percent in first half

FPT Corporation overcame challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic in both the global and domestic markets to achieve positive financial results in the first half of the year, especially in core business lines.
Supply chains in Vietnam disrupted by COVID-19 Business

Supply chains in Vietnam disrupted by COVID-19

Eighty-three percent of companies in the physical value chain in Vietnam have been suffering from supply issues over the past two months due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent survey by CEL Vietnam, a supply chain consulting and training firm, has found.
Thousands to attend ITU Digital World 2020 Sci-Tech

Thousands to attend ITU Digital World 2020

Thousands of delegates from telecoms and IT firms and State management agencies from more than 100 countries and territories worldwide will attend ITU Digital World 2020 (DW20), slated for September 6-9 in Hanoi, heard a seminar in the capital city on February 13.
Techcombank reports pre-tax profit of over 554 million USD Business

Techcombank reports pre-tax profit of over 554 million USD

The Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank) earned pre-tax profit of over 12.83 trillion VND (554.7 million USD) and revenue of 21.1 trillion VND (910.38 million USD), marking increases of 31.5 percent and 24.7 percent year on year, respectively.
Digital farming holds key to solving agriculture paradox Society

Digital farming holds key to solving agriculture paradox

Digitisation of farming is inevitable and Vietnam should embrace it to resolve the agricultural paradox of producing more while preserving natural resources and to grab the opportunities brought by free trade agreements, experts have said.
Progress recorded in cooperation with Middle East-Africa: Deputy PM Politics

Progress recorded in cooperation with Middle East-Africa: Deputy PM

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh on September 9 highlighted the deepening diplomatic ties between Vietnam and the Middle East and African countries, as well as progress made in their collaboration in other spheres like trade, telecommunications, labour, education and health care.
Lack of cooperation prevents spread of non-cash payments Business

Lack of cooperation prevents spread of non-cash payments

A lack of cooperation between banks, service providers and customers is the major issue preventing the widespread use of cashless payments in Vietnam, Nguyen Dinh Thang, Chairman of LienVietPostBank’s Board of Directors, said at the Banking Vietnam 2019 event in Hanoi on May 30.