Bac Giang lychees go global
06:00 | 22/07/2022 Trade
(VEN) - Luc Ngan District in Bac Giang province, Vietnam's lychee capital, will be exporting its fruit to 30 countries, including discerning markets such as Japan and the United States, in addition to China, according to Truong Van Nam, Vice Chair of the Luc Ngan District People’s Committee.
Hanoi industrial zones draw foreign capital
06:00 | 21/07/2022 Industry
(VEN) - The Hanoi Industrial and Export Processing Zones Authority plans to establish a new industrial zone and complete investment procedures for other industrial zones and high-tech parks in the second half of 2022.
Banks upbeat about Q3 2022 business results
14:09 | 19/07/2022 Economy
HANOI - A majority of credit institutions (CIs) are optimistic about their business performance in Q3 2022, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV)’s latest survey on business trends of credit institutions showed.
EVN powers up digital transformation
06:00 | 16/07/2022 Industry
(VEN) - Vietnam Electricity (EVN) is accelerating the digital transformation in its production, business, investment and construction activities, gradually becoming a wholly digital enterprise.
Banks urged to loosen credit growth limits
06:00 | 15/07/2022 Economy
(VEN) - Many commercial banks ran out of credit room at the end of the first half of the year in light of the dire need of capital to develop enterprises’ trade and production activities during the post-pandemic period.
Industrial production recovers across the board
06:00 | 13/07/2022 Industry
(VEN) - In the first five months, Vietnam saw the recovery of industrial production in most sectors. Processing and manufacturing businesses gradually reconnected supply chains, promoting production and trade.
Shape the future of a world that works
08:55 | 12/07/2022 Industry
(VEN) - In year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that global recovery – both economic and societal – remains uneven. Supply chain constraints continue to challenge businesses, government budget shortfalls hinder efforts to provide essential services, and millions of people around the world have faced significant disruption to their education and employment. In the recently-published Sustainability Report, GE shared the company’s strategy to shape the future of a world that works.