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Vinfast: An express speed

Vinfast: An express speed

The Vinfast automobile project has an express speed, which surprised people having specialist knowledge in this industry. I was also surprised by the vigorous spirit of Vingroup and the creative colleagues at Vinfast.

Vietnamese startups attract Japanese investors

'Startups in Vietnam and Japan share many similarities and attractions.'

John Kerry: 'Vietnam can become one of the most powerful economy in the world'

John Kerry, former United States Secretary of State, said that Vietnam is moving in a remarkable way and is an amazing thing.

Dr. Ngo Tri Long: Both options on calculating personal income tax are unreasonable

According to economist Ngo Tri Long, both options on changing the calculation methods of personal income tax proposed by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) are irrational.

VLA Chairman says reducing logistics costs in Vietnam will be difficult

In 2018, it is the first time that the Government attaches such great importance to logistics, which is both an opportunity but also a tough challenge, according to Le Duy Hiep, Chairman of Vietnam Logistics Association (VLA).

Deputy General Manager of Big C Thang Long shared the way the Vietnamese goods compete with Thailand's ones

In addition to their attempts, Vietnamese enterprises need support from agricultural extension centers and export support centers in providing market and legal information as well as packaging design guidelines, said Nguyen Thai Dung.

Billionaire Pham Nhat Vuong discusses Vingroup's "Five Principles" strategy

The wealthiest man in Vietnam shares the management strategy of Vietnam’s largest multidisciplinary private corporation.

Vietnam may cope with many obstacles when joining EVFTA

Vietnam addressing obstacles related to legal issues and business environment will be the positive signs in the preparation and implementation of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).

Training must be promoted for estate brokerage in Vietnam to add values to customers and meet international standard

According to Paul Mason, president of US-based real estate firm Keller Williams Vietnam, staff in brokerage companies in Vietnam should be trained to meet international standard order to deliver value to their customers.

Japanese oil giant reveals reason for purchasing only eight per cent of Petrolimex’s shares

When it comes to mergers and acquisitions (M&A), investors often prefer to take over 50% of the shares to become controlling shareholder; however, the Japanese oil giant JXTG has not intended to acquire majority stake in Petrolimex.

Expert identifies a lack of information and manpower as major barriers in integration process of Vietnamese enterprises

According to CIEM President Ph.D. Nguyen Dinh Cung, insufficient information and manpower is the major difficulty of Vietnamese enterprises in the process of international economic integration, especially in preparation for the implementation of free trade agreements (FTAs).