While domestic think tanks in Vietnam show optimism on the local economic growth and forecast a better performance than the government’s target, international organisations are more cautious with lower projections.
The Chinese multinational electronics company is currently waiting for the investment licenses of two projects to manufacture speakers and headphones in Quang Ninh province.
The enterprises have made it to the 2019 winners list of HR Asia – Asia’s most authoritative publication for senior HR professionals, for their best practices and inner workings.
Vingroup is now spreading its wings further into aviation sector with the launch of an airline and other aviation training facilities.
Clinker and cement sales fell 0.5 per cent in the first four months through April as a result of slowdown in domestic market and exports.
Credit growth in the first half of 2019 was slightly higher than the 6.14 percent growth recorded in the first half of 2018, according to the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
The high quality VietGAP-certified vegetable brand, La Lanh, has officially launched at Big C supermarket in Quy Nhon on July 6.
As local suppliers protested against Big C Vietnam’s suspended purchasing activities of soft-line products on July 3, the supermarket chain has now decided to renew orders from 50 local garment manufacturers.
Despite the shadow of US-China trade tensions, Vietnam posted strongest new order growth
Fruit and vegetable exports have swelled up by 5 per cent on-year, reaching some $2.8 billion in the first six months, showing sign for increasing international demands for local produce.
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