surge expected in renewable energy as economy recovers Surge expected in renewable energy as economy recovers

06:00 | 31/01/2021 Industry

(VEN) - Electricity consumption is forecast to resume its growth this year as the economy recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, with solar and wind power setting new capacity records facilitated by attractive investment policies and price incentives. The forecast is in tune with the surge in installed wind and solar capacity over the past five years - from almost zero to 10 percent - driven by the country’s explosive growth.
hanoi steps up industrial restructuring plans for 2021 Hanoi steps up industrial restructuring plans for 2021

06:00 | 30/01/2021 Economy

(VEN) - Hanoi has set a number of targets for its industrial activity in 2021, including added value increase of nine percent (1.8 times higher than in 2020), wastewater treatment systems meeting national standards in 95 percent of industrial clusters; and construction launch of 43 approved industrial clusters with at least 20 completed.
why should vietnam pursue offshore wind Why should Vietnam pursue offshore wind?

10:23 | 29/01/2021 Industry

(VEN) - Vietnam is fortunate to have some of the best natural conditions for wind energy in Asia.  This is particularly the case for offshore wind energy, where Vietnam has some of the best conditions in the world.  According to a recent World Bank sponsored report ‘Offshore Wind Roadmap for Vietnam’, Vietnam has the potential to realize between 11GW and 25GW of offshore wind capacity by 2035, which could create up to 700,000 man year jobs and avoid up to 217 million tonnes of CO2 emissions.  
ftas create driving force for 2021 exports FTAs create driving force for 2021 exports

06:00 | 29/01/2021 EVFTA

(VEN) - Vietnamese businesses have made good use of incentives provided by free trade agreements (FTAs), creating an important driving force for export growth in 2021.
vietnam doubles trade surplus boosts intl trade deals despite pandemic Vietnam doubles trade surplus, boosts int’l trade deals despite pandemic

06:00 | 28/01/2021 EVFTA

(VEN) - Vietnam experienced major difficulties in 2020 due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, but nonetheless fulfilled the dual task of fighting the disease and maintaining a stable environment for socioeconomic development.
yen bai province encourages investment in agricultural processing Yen Bai Province encourages investment in agricultural processing

15:00 | 27/01/2021 Industry

(VEN) - Promotion activities have contributed to industrial development in the northeastern province of Yen Bai, especially to rural industry.
binh duong accompanies enterprises on road to industrial development Binh Duong accompanies enterprises on road to industrial development

09:00 | 26/01/2021 Industry

(VEN) - The Department of Industry and Trade of Binh Duong Province has completed all  of its assigned plans for 2020, ensuring both the volume and quality of industry promotion projects.
government sets 2021 walk the talk performance targets Government sets 2021 “walk the talk” performance targets

06:00 | 25/01/2021 Economy

(VEN) - The Government of Vietnam performed well in 2020, bringing the Covid-19 pandemic under control and achieving economic growth despite the crisis, and is now set to build on these achievements in 2021.
draft amendments to decree 52 on e commerce activities discussed Draft amendments to Decree 52 on e-commerce activities discussed

16:23 | 22/01/2021 Economy

Despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnamese e-commerce market is still booming. Therefore, the amendment and supplementation of Decree 52/2013/NĐ-CP on e-commerce to better manage the activity, considered "the future of the retail market", is extremely necessary.
vietnam primed for credit rating agency to boost bond market Vietnam primed for credit rating agency to boost bond market

06:00 | 20/01/2021 Economy

(VEN) - Credit rating agencies are crucial for the development of Vietnam’s corporate bond market, the ability to raise capital for trade and production activities and market openness and transparency. However, lack of credit culture is impeding the licensing of domestic credit agencies.
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