While many countries in the world still have to fight the second coronavirus wave, Vietnam has come back to the normal life thanks to effective containment strategy.
While Covid-19 drags on local currency bond markets in emerging East Asia, the market still got a positive increase.
Although Vietnam can sit on its advantages after Covid-19, the country should not let reforms slip its mind.
TheLEADER talks with Alma Resort’s general manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, an Austrian national who has 14 years' experience in Vietnam, to better understand the changes in the post Covid-19 tourism industry.
Organizations need more and more people who are able to think strategically but act tactically smoothly, servant leaders, cooperative leaders and local leaders.
Vietnam’s hospitality market after social distancing due to Covid-19 has showed positive development but recovery is underway.
A recent Ministry of Finance ruling is set to send ripples across Real Estate businesses, especially those with extensive asset portfolios. The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) adoption roadmap commits to improved transparency and brings financial reporting in Vietnam closer to global standards.
Alma, a 196-pavilion and 384-suite resort that commands 74 acres of beachfront, 14 sublime food and beverage outlets and a cascade of 12 beachfront swimming pools, will reopen in Vietnam’s new “it” destination on May 31 in the wake of Covid-19.
As Vietnam has managed to contain the Covid-19, recovery of tourism market is back on its way and led and local demand.
The national carrier is seeking $500 million government support as it is struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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