How companies can reevaluate their organizations to build robust supply chains
14:32 | 09/03/2021 Economy
With COVID-19 overturning so many assumptions about crossing borders, organizations have recognized the urgency of boosting their resiliency, particularly in their supply chains. To achieve this, companies – including GE – are increasingly looking at three levers: digitization, global partnerships, and localization. This multi-layered approach is key to helping businesses not only address the current ‘new normal’ but also to ensure they are ready for whatever challenges may arise in the future.
Global economy: Fragile confidence in early 2021
16:43 | 04/03/2021 Economy
According to the latest Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) released 1st Mars from ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and IMA (Institute of Management Accounts), global confidence in the fourth quarter of 2020 stalled and remains fragile at the start of 2021.
Pandemic offers opportunities for Vietnam’s 2021 growth
06:00 | 04/03/2021 Economy
(VEN) - The National Assembly has adopted Vietnam’s 2021 socioeconomic development plan, setting a gross domestic product (GDP) growth target of about six percent. Although it is considered feasible, attaining the target will depend on control of the Covid-19 pandemic and administrative reform efficiency.
Vietnam’s stock market offers new opportunities
06:00 | 01/03/2021 Trade
(VEN) - Despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s stock market maintained stable operations with increasingly improved liquidity in 2020. Its performance contributed to supporting the business community and reassuring investors. The stock market continues to offer new opportunities in 2021.
Vietnam’s timber industry growth in difficult period
06:00 | 26/02/2021 Industry
(VEN) - Despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, with disrupted supplies and market fluctuations, Vietnam’s timber product exports reached the annual 2020 target of US$13 billion. The export target for 2021 has been set at US$14.5 billion despite some looming challenges.