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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.

O Mai Hong Lam: Seeking for collective strength instead of individual talents

Having served in the army for years, the owner of O Mai Hong Lam now relies more on the collective strength than individuals.

Sub-License in the export of rice: The red seal of Vietnam Food Association

According to economist Dr. Nguyen Duc Thanh the requirement to have red seal from Vietnam Food Association before exporting rice should be removed.

General Director of Bamboo Airways: 24 Airbus airplanes are still not enough for our plan

Dang Tat Thang, General Director of Bamboo Airways, said that this airline plans to open 24 domestic routes and 16 international routes by 2023 and with this plan, 24 aircraft received from Airbus in the period 2022-2025 are not enough.

Amata CEO reveals details about $1.6 billion smart city in Quang Ninh province

According to the leader of Amata Vietnam, the smart city project located in Ha Long city, Quang Ninh province has the total land area of 5,789ha with the investment capital of $1.6 billion divided into two stages.

Failure of 'steel fist' and new thinking on multi-sectoral investment

The changes in the way of thinking of Vietnam's leading private corporations should be appreciated, given the fact that Forbes has included Vietnam's four business people in the list of billionaires in the world.

Memories of former Prime Minister in the early days of passing enterprise law

Former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai concentrated on directing the study and modification of the Law on Private Enterprise and the Law on Companies, which laid out a foundation and paved way for a take-off of Vietnam's private economic business.

Former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai in the memory of entrepreneurs

In the memory of entrepreneurs, former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai is a great contributor to the recognition and development of the Vietnam private business sector.

Talented and conscientious entrepreneurs should be supported

That is what former vice-chairman of the National Assembly's Office Nguyen Si Dung said about Vingroup, Vietnam’s largest private economic group.

EVFTA and two options for Vietnam

The EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) endows Vietnam with comparative advantages no other country in the region excepting Singapore has.

The billionaire is also a national brand

The status of each country today is not only its historical and cultural traditions but also economic power including the wealth of its billionaires.

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