Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to adapt to new context Business

Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to adapt to new context

The fourth wave of COVID-19 has taken a heavy toll on tourism in Vietnam, including Hanoi, but it has also opened up opportunities to restructure this industry, change approaches to the market, and align products to travellers’ demand and the reality, according to insiders.
Ben Tre tightens handling of illegal fishing Society

Ben Tre tightens handling of illegal fishing

Secretary of Ben Tre province’s Party Committee Le Duc Tho asked localities and competent forces to strictly handle violations of fishing regulations at a meeting on fighting the illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing on October 14.
MoIT vows support for Samsung, suppliers to maintain supply chain Business

MoIT vows support for Samsung, suppliers to maintain supply chain

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) held a teleconference with Samsung Vietnam and its suppliers on October 14, affirming that the ministry’s top priority now is assisting businesses in Vietnam to achieve the “twin targets” of ensuring safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic and maintaining production to avoid disruptions to supply chains.
Localities asked to revise plans on fighting IUU fishing Society

Localities asked to revise plans on fighting IUU fishing

Coastal cities and provinces have been requested to review, amend and supplement their plans on implementing measures against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing in line with their specific situation, towards the goal of ending violations of foreign waters by fishermen by the end of this year.