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.
Despite deaths reported day after day in the resurgence of coronavirus, the country refrains from applying nationwide quarantine as the government tries to mitigate detrimental economic impacts.
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.
Vietnam’s hospitality market after social distancing due to Covid-19 has showed positive development but recovery is underway.
Vietnam’s premier developer of modern entertainment complexes has acted to protect the health of the general community as well as tourists and staff. The temporary closure will allow Sun Group to devote energy to preparing many exciting new developments that will be rolled out when Covid-19 is deemed to be no longer a threat and help Vietnam’s tourism industry recover.
With improved transport infrastructure, Quang Ninh is emerging as one of the most-visited destinations along with Danang, Khanh Hoa, Can Tho and Phu Quoc.
Since the launching of the first cable car route 10 years ago, Sun World Ba Na Hills has become one of the country's tourism hotspots and Sun Group is working to make it more attractive.
Japan is replacing South Korea to become the most active investor in Danang real estate market.
Danang will grant investment licenses to three foreign-invested projects worth nearly $350 million during a meeting with investors this morning.
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