Four out of 10 Vietnamese businesses benefit from EVFTA: VCCI survey Business

Four out of 10 Vietnamese businesses benefit from EVFTA: VCCI survey

Four out of every 10 Vietnamese businesses have gained some benefits, including in import-export, from the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), according to a survey of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), heard a recent conference on increasing the presence of Vietnamese firms in the EU market.
Sweet potato to be officially exported to China Business

Sweet potato to be officially exported to China

China is considering the import of Vietnam’s sweet potato via official channels, with its customs officers scheduling a virtual survey of growing areas and packaging facilities in Vietnam this week.
Most Thais observe religious events: Survey World

Most Thais observe religious events: Survey

A recent government survey shows most Buddhist people in Thailand intend to participate in religious activities throughout this month’s holidays, with some hoping events can be held online.
Vietnam ranks 68th in budget transparency Business

Vietnam ranks 68th in budget transparency

The International Budget Partnership (IBP) has released its Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2021, showing that Vietnam rank 68th out of the 120 countries in budget transparency, up nine places on 2019 and 23 from 2017.
Vietnam jumps nine places in Open Budget Survey 2021 Business

Vietnam jumps nine places in Open Budget Survey 2021

Vietnam was placed 68th out of the120 countries in the Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2021 recently released by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), up nine spots against 2019 and 23 against 2017, the Ministry of Finance announced on June 9.
Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC Business

Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC

Up to 21 percent of Indian firms operating or intending to operate in Southeast Asia plan to expand their business in Vietnam in the next two years, and the ratio is 26 percent among Chinese enterprises, according to a HSBC survey covering more than 1,500 companies from six of the world’s largest economies – all of which have operations in Southeast Asia.