Party leader meets with Hanoi voters Politics

Party leader meets with Hanoi voters

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong met with voters in Hanoi on December 6 to inform them of the outcomes of the National Assembly’s eighth session and listen to their opinions.
Politics

WB vows to assist Vietnam’s economic restructuring

The World Bank (WB) is committed to helping Vietnam restructure its economy to achieve progress in the coming time, WB Country Director Victoria Kwakwa assured Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh in Hanoi on December 5.
Business

Hanoi keen to develop supporting industries

Supporting industries are playing an important role in the long-term sustainable economic growth and foreign investment attraction, said the Vietnam Economic News on September 29.
FDI to real estate surges 65 percent in H1 Business

FDI to real estate surges 65 percent in H1

Foreign direct investment (FDI) earmarking for the real estate market hit 692 million USD in the first half of this year, a year-on-year increase of 65 percent, according to CBRE, one of the foreign property service providers in Vietnam.
Business

German newspaper promotes Vietnam’s investment climate

German investors and representatives of the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) highly value the investment climate in Vietnam and the Vietnamese Government’s efforts in implementing open-door policies for foreign investors, a national newspaper has said.
Vietnamese rice introduced in Mexico Business

Vietnamese rice introduced in Mexico

Vietnamese rice and agricultural products were introduced to Mexican partners, along with trading opportunities in the field, during a conference in Mexico City on May 26.
Business

Feast-day for investors opens in HCM City

Overviews on Vietnam’s macro-economy, challenges and opportunities for investment and business this year were shared at the feast-day for investors-2012 held in HCM City on Feb. 16.
Business

M&A takes off thanks to Vietnamese businesses

Merger and Acquisition (M&A) in Vietnam is no longer “an exclusive game” for foreign businesses and multinational companies but is drawing the enthusiastic participation of domestic enterprises in the role of purchasers.