MoIT considers single pricing model for power tariff Business

MoIT considers single pricing model for power tariff

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is considering new models to calculate electricity prices, including one that would eliminate its current step pricing, which industry experts have called outdated and deeply unpopular among consumers.
Vietnam’s three universities up in QS rankings Society

Vietnam’s three universities up in QS rankings

The UK’s education organisation Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) announced on March 4 that Vietnam’s five training branches at three educational establishments have been named in the 2020 QS Stars University Ratings.
Vingroup opens VinUni University in Hanoi Society

Vingroup opens VinUni University in Hanoi

Conglomerate Vingroup officially opened its VinUni University (VinUni) as the first Vietnamese private and not-for-profit university at the Vinhomes Ocean Park urban area in Gia Lam district, Hanoi, on January 15.
Zhejiang export fair opens in HCM City Business

Zhejiang export fair opens in HCM City

An international expo named “Zhejiang Made, All Need” was opened at Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City on August 1, bringing together more than 100 major exporters from Zhejiang, China.
New strategies needed for mid-sized firms: Standard Chartered Business

New strategies needed for mid-sized firms: Standard Chartered

Digitalisation and overseas expansion are deemed as the best new strategies for medium-sized companies in Vietnam and other ASEAN member states to promote economic growth in the context of drastic market changes, Standard Chartered Bank said in its reported announced on April 22.
EVN sees sharp drop in power loss Business

EVN sees sharp drop in power loss

Power loss in Vietnam Electricity (EVN)’s systems has reduced sharply over the years thanks to the firm’s efforts to better manage the power network, especially in transmission and distribution.