Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises Business

Pandemic a test of fire for Vietnamese enterprises

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a test for Vietnamese businesses as many have been and will be struggling to recover for the foreseeable future. Those who emerge from the crisis will have proven their mettle by overcoming an unprecedented and difficult time, said business leaders.
Vietnam promising market for US investors Business

Vietnam promising market for US investors

Country General Manager of IBM Vietnam Tan Jee Toon still remembers the first time he set foot on Vietnam seven years ago for his challenging tenure (2013-2015). It was in the final stage of the global financial crisis and at that time Vietnam’s macro-economy dropped to the lowest level.
Leading US firms interested in Vietnam Politics

Leading US firms interested in Vietnam

Trade volume between Vietnam and the US has increased by 120 times to 60 billion USD in 2019 from 450 million USD in 1995, the year marking the normalization of the two countries’ relations.
IT engineer a “hot" job in Vietnam Business

IT engineer a “hot" job in Vietnam

Human resources in the information technology (IT) sector have been head-hunted in large numbers by both Vietnamese and foreign employers since the beginning of this year.
The all-out war on fake news Society

The all-out war on fake news

Facing the boom of fake news amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has worked with the Da LAB band to reintroduce “rap news”, a creative type of news bulletin, via the video clip “Khong Fake News” (No Fake News).
Businesses propose incentives amid COVID-19 outbreak Business

Businesses propose incentives amid COVID-19 outbreak

Cutting interest rates and corporate income and added value duties, and extending loan payments and tax and social insurance collections were among the proposals raised by businesses at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on March 17.