Many expats moving to Vietnam say they can quickly adjust to the way of life here and feel at home within just few months of arrival.
Businesses across Asia increasingly believe the strongest opportunities for future growth lie in technology, sustainability and developing talent to harness digital advancement, according to HSBC Research.
Have you ever wondered what the opposite sex was thinking? If yes, you’re probably not alone. Many studies agree that men and women have very different ways of thinking and approaching things.
Should the EU-Vietnam FTA be ratified at the end of 2019, Vietnam could expect to gain some 0.3 percentage point to its real GDP, say economists at HSBC.
The State Bank of Vietnam has given nod to branches of foreign banks to increase capital.
Expats in Vietnam reveal that annually they earn on average $90,408 and one-fourth of them own property in Vietnam, according to an HSBC's annual survey.
HSBC’s new service is expected to shorten customs procedures for import – export activities of businesses, reduce storage costs and enhance the overall customer experience.
Vietnam is a clear favorite destination for internationally oriented Singapore-based companies expecting to expand, according to HSBC's study just released.
According to Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation, a broad lack of awareness from businesses of major trade and policy initiatives puts them at risk of missing out on significant international growth opportunities.
A favorable economic environment and increasing demand for their products are seen as the top growth factors for cross-border trade among Vietnamese companies, according to a report just released by the UK headquartered HSBC Bank.
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