tapping vietnams international logistics potential Tapping Vietnam’s international logistics potential

10:23 | 10/03/2017 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Vietnam’s geographic location and the import, export capabilities of its domestic businesses offer favorable conditions for the country to develop logistics services. However, Vietnam has yet to bring into play these advantages. An action plan to enhance the competitiveness of logistics services has been prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and approved by the government. This initiative is expected to create an impetus for the logistics sector and the entire economy.
australia to continue supporting vietnamese agriculture Australia to continue supporting Vietnamese agriculture

10:24 | 09/03/2017 Economy- Society

Australia will continue to support Vietnam’s agriculture sector and bring benefits to Vietnamese farmers, particularly women and ethnic minority people.
can vietnam adapt to a resurgence of trade protectionism Can Vietnam adapt to a resurgence of trade protectionism?

10:45 | 08/03/2017 Economy- Society

(VEN) - 2017 will possibly mark a milestone in the development process of the global economy as protectionism has shown signs of resurgence and may hinder free trade. Vietnam needs to adapt itself to these changing circumstances in order to affirm its competitiveness and integration capability, especially in major playing fields of the global economy.  
politburo member huynh urges hai phong to develop into modern port city Politburo member Huynh urges Hai Phong to develop into modern port city

15:50 | 07/03/2017 Economy- Society

Hai Phong should promote dynamism and the spirit of daring to think and daring to act to build and develop the northern port city into a civilised, modern and green urban seaport.
vietnam launches earth hour campaign 2017 Vietnam launches Earth Hour campaign 2017

09:27 | 07/03/2017 Economy- Society

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) held a ceremony on March 5 to launch the 2017 Earth Hour campaign in Vietnam with the message ‘Lights off to turn on the future’.
vietnam to form 300 mln fund to protect coffee rice production Vietnam to form $300 mln fund to protect coffee, rice production

11:04 | 06/03/2017 Economy- Society

Vietnam is planning to make around $300 million available to help restructure and maintain sustainable production of rice and coffee, its major export products, over the next four years, Vietnam Plus reported.
foreign players raise competition in vietnams retail market Foreign players raise competition in Vietnam's retail market

16:31 | 05/03/2017 Economy- Society

Competition in Vietnam’s retail market is heating up quickly with foreign firms already seizing a majority of market share, exerting pressure on local businesses, a Vietnamese newspaper reported, quoting industry experts.
how should vietnam cope with a growing global protectionist trend How should Vietnam cope with a growing global protectionist trend?

13:09 | 04/03/2017 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Trade protection and the use of technical barriers is a looming problem for many countries, not only Vietnam. To pursue sustainable development, Vietnam must therefore increase efforts to improve the business environment in order to attract more investment, enhance its competitiveness, and participate more deeply in global supply chains to achieve higher added value levels.  
prime minister stresses tourism driven economy in khanh hoa Prime Minister stresses tourism-driven economy in Khanh Hoa

08:53 | 03/03/2017 Economy- Society

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa to develop tourism as an economic driving force given its blessed natural conditions during a working session with local authorities on February 28.
300 staff from international shipping terminal in vietnam taught defensive driving techniques 300 staff from international shipping terminal in Vietnam taught defensive driving techniques

16:32 | 02/03/2017 Economy- Society

(VEN) - APM Terminals and AIP Foundation conducted truck driver road safety trainings at Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT), which is located in the fast-growing market of Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, Vietnam. The terminal neighbors National Highway 51, a notoriously dangerous roadway on which vulnerable users, such as motorcyclists and bicyclists, drive alongside heavy container and truck traffic.
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