What is the role for people in an increasingly automated workplace? As artificial intelligence grows more sophisticated, technology is set to become even more prominent in almost every sector of industry.
Nicolas Audier, co-chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham), said that the trade pact will benefit not only companies and consumers, but also the welfare, wages and living standards of millions of people in Vietnam.
The strong commitment to an open, fair and rules-based trade of the EVFTA will further widen export markets for Vietnam, especially in textile and garment, agriculture and fishery, and wood furniture, says HSBC Vietnam CEO Pham Hong Hai.
As much as $1 billion is now ready to streamline into local real estate projects listed by property service provider Sohovietnam, according to its chairman Phan Xuan Can.
HD Mon Holdings vice chairman Nguyen Anh Tuan sheds light on how his firm has been brave enough to venture into the high-end real estate segment, despite the unfavourable market conditions.
Vietnam, and Southeast Asia at large, can only expect to see a wide-scale divergence of supply chains coming should there be improvements in production technology and capacity, and regional integration, according to HSBC.
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.
If Vietnam wishes to draw in more quality foreign investment, particularly in the field of high tech, there definitely is the need for the nation to improve its institutional and legal reforms, say representatives of foreign business community
‘A fearless woman’ is the phase others would refer to BRG Group chairwoman Nguyen Thi Nga, who has succeeded in setting up her own empire in multiple business fields.
Appearing staggeringly in the bold and powerful red outfit as usual at Vietnam Private Sector Economic Forum held last week, Tan Hiep Phat Group deputy CEO Tran Uyen Phuong shed light on her refusal to be a billionaire yet undertaking a grander task to help enhance the international stature of Vietnamese entrepreneurs.
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