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Is Vietnam losing its appeal to Western tourists?

Is Vietnam losing its appeal to Western tourists?

Western tourists are not better or more desirable than those from East Asia but the tourism industry’s growing dependence on domestic and regional tour groups may be unhealthy in the long run.

'I admire billionaire Pham Nhat Vuong'

Economic expert Pham Chi Lan is optimistic about the country's development as Vietnamese billionaires named in Forbes's list of the world's billionaires are investing in many important sectors.

AmCham: Protecting IPRs promotes innovation and development in Vietnam

Promoting the intellectual property rights enforcement is not making more money for large companies but improving the business environment in Vietnam, according to an AmCham executive.

With investment of US$220 million, what makes Vingroup's university different?

VinUni students will have access to the Ivy League school's curriculum and training methods.

Making sense of President Donald Trump’s steel tariff proposal

The Vietnamese government has expressed concern over Trump’s plans, although they are unlikely to have a major direct impact on Vietnam’s economy. The US accounts for 11.1% of Vietnam’s steel exports, but steel accounts for less than 2% of Vietnam’s total export portfolio.

Decree No.116 still puts burden on European automotive enterprises

According to European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham), Vietnam should conduct appropriate solutions to cut costs and administrative workload for automotive enterprises, aligning with the target of administrative reform in Vietnam as well as the objectives and principles of the EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).

Three reasons for Vietnam's powerful attraction to foreign investors

According to high-profile economic Prof. Nguyen Mai, it is the Law on Investment of Vietnam that enables Vietnam to successfully attract foreign investment capital and rapidly issue procedures for businesses.

Ronan Walshe, a former lecturer at Oxford University: ‘There is no place being more beautiful than Vietnam’

Having traveled to about 30 countries in the world, worked on three different continents but Ronan Walshe has chosen Vietnam as his last stop.

Retail, consumer goods will continue to attract M&A business deals in 2018

2017 is a less active year in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market than in 2016, but it also leaves a special hallmark on a series of large transactions involving the equitization of state owned enterprises.

What should be invested in 2018?

Apart from the traditional business investment fields such as securities and real estate, in 2018 the fields associated with 4.0 generation technology, green growth are forecast to achieve outstanding growth, according to Bui Tat Thang. Ph.D - Director of Vietnam Institute for Development Strategies,

General Manager of Furama Resort: 'I don't regret having made that decision'

Being the general manager, Matthias Wiesmann has been facing more pressure as more resorts are opening in Danang. However, with his gentle and elegant style, he has retained the Furama as one of the most attractive luxury beachside resorts in Vietnam.

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