The Vietnamese auto market is witnessing a crazy race of price discount from local manufacturers, a move that recalls the same scenario of Chinese motorbike influx in early 2000s.
In order to develop Son Tra Peninsula sustainably with the conservation of natural values, 10 projects in the areas would be cut in accordance with the development principles.
Leadership of Vietsovpetro - a joint Russian-Vietnamese enterprise for oil and gas exploration, ranked 8th largest company in VNR500 ranking has declined to receive bribe money and an accusation of its involvement in the illegal embezzlement of Oceanbank which is undergoing a hearing.
It is over a year since Le Truc Garment Joint Stock Company, investor of the Discovery Complex II (8B Le Truc) building project, conducted the legal proceedings against Decision No. 2673 of Ba Dinh District People's Committee; However, there has no action taken by the court.
A US$300-million loan was arranged for Vingroup by Credit Suisse AG in 2016.
While automobile assembly enterprises in Vietnam have stopped manufacturing and imported automobiles instead, Vingroup, the leading real estate developer in Vietnam, and Truong Hai Auto Corporation (THACO), one of the leading car manufacturers in Vietnam, show the opposite trend.
Hospitals are overloaded, a series of infuriating cases related to medical ethics have been disclosed while public-private partnership (PPP) investors who socialize hospitals are tiredly waiting for the state to impose appropriate policies.
Ambition of the billionaire Pham Nhat Vuong in his schedule of investing the amount of US$3.5 billion in the VinFast automobile production firm has been debuted together with a flash of hope of made-in-Vietnam cars. Is it truly realistic?
Becoming effective from January 1, 2018, the amendment of 2014 Law on Social Insurance has some articles influencing detrimentally on both enterprises and employees.
In the real estate business sector, the race for licenses is, as ever, gruelling.
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