Startups stand to benefit from an environment of the lower doing-business cost during the Covid-19 crisis, including cheap rental and access to talent at lower hiring costs.
Amid travel restrictions and general public wariness around safety, staying in a hotel close to home – and in many cases, the same city – is on the rise from the U.S. to Britain and Vietnam.
Latest reports conducted by tourism and hospitality organizations reveal that people in Vietnam are very keen to travel, outlining health, safety and hygiene factors as top priorities when choosing destinations and booking accommodation.
Amidst the novel pandemic, Nestlé Vietnam shows its different way to combat, based on its sustainability objectives.
The performance of hotel industry in the third quarter of 2020 will not see much improvement as Vietnam has faced a second wave of Covid-19 since late July, CBRE said.
Thousands of micro, small, and medium enterprises, and millions of farmers across Asia and the Pacific stand to benefit from the first phase of Covid-19 crisis response funding from IFC, a member of the World Bank Group.
The venture aims to establish an initial forecast portfolio of approximately $350 million and focuses on Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Danang.
Though it has been a difficult year so far, effective Covid-19 containment and the recently ratified EU Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has bolstered global industrial investor confidence in Vietnam. The property segment most resilient to Covid-19 has further significant growth potential.
The flight VJ2737 today takes off and transports 230 stranded passengers from Danang to Hanoi. This is the first flight of the new-age carrier Vietjet operating to help passengers coming home while Danang has still imposed social distancing to prevent and control the spread of Covid-19.
Overcoming the first wave of Covid-19, in the second quarter of 2020, Vietnam became the second most optimistic country globally with Consumer Confidence Index of 117 points.
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