Business

HCM City prioritises hi-tech investment

Remarkable improvements in the investment and business environment have drawn more foreign and local hi-tech investors to Ho Chi Minh City, the biggest economic hub in Vietnam.

In late 2010, the city welcomed the First Solar Technology Group from the US to join its hi-tech industry, which has to date seen the presence of Intel (US), Sanyo and Nidec (Japan), and Robert Bosch (Germany), which are among the world’s leading names in the field.

Business

First cargo flight heads to Europe

Chinese air cargo carrier Jade Cargo International officially opened for business in Vietnam ọn March 4, offering a direct connection between Hanoi and Amsterdam .
Business

Trade fair to promote ties with Japan

“Opportunities for Vietnam and Japan businesses” trade exchange-exposition opened in Ho Chi Minh City on February 22, drawing 70 leading enterprises from the world’s third largest economy.
Chinese Prime Minister visits Russia World

Chinese Prime Minister visits Russia

Upon his arrival in Saint Petersburg on November 22 for a two-day visit to Russia, Chinese PM Wen Jiabao held talks with Russian PM Vladimir Putin, which are expected to lead to the signing of a number of cooperation accords.
State President Triet busy in Yokohama Politics

State President Triet busy in Yokohama

State President Nguyen Minh Triet received representatives from the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentarians Federation in Yokohama on Nov. 12 as part of his activities in Japan for the 18th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting.
Politics

Leaders boost ties with Japan province

State President Nguyen Minh Triet and Deputy Prime Minister cum Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem both received Governor Yamada Keiji of Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture, separately, in Hanoi on Oct. 22.
Business

HCMC: hi-tech industry popular with investors

Many world leading hi-tech groups such as Intel from the US , Nidec from Japan and German based multi-national Bosch are increasing the scale of their investment in Ho Chi Minh City , an indication of how attractive the hi-tech industry has become to investors.
Gov’t vows to boost IT cooperation Sci-Tech

Gov’t vows to boost IT cooperation

PM Nguyen Tan Dung pledged to pay special attention to encouraging international IT and its applications, to create a dynamic IT market before a forum in Hanoi.