This information was revealed by Shinichi Asazuma, Deputy Ambassador of Japan in Vietnam in his speech at the recent "AEON Hometown Forests" tree-planting ceremony at AEON MALL Hai Phong Le Chan.
Without clarity on the feed-in-tariff (FiT) scheme from 2022 onward, investors are facing too much uncertainty to commit to new wind projects in Vietnam, jeopardizing the future pipeline and leading to job cuts in the sector.
Vietjet resumes regular international flights to Japan, South Korea and Taiwan to meet the needs of passengers for safe learning, working and travelling.
Thousands of micro, small, and medium enterprises, and millions of farmers across Asia and the Pacific stand to benefit from the first phase of Covid-19 crisis response funding from IFC, a member of the World Bank Group.
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.
Overcoming the first wave of Covid-19, in the second quarter of 2020, Vietnam became the second most optimistic country globally with Consumer Confidence Index of 117 points.
The aim of the additional financing is to help local businesses with disrupted cash flows sustain operations and maintain jobs.
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in an accelerated shift towards omnichannel purchasing behaviours, as e-commerce channels are increasingly used as a substitute for physical shopping activities.
European business leaders were more positive about Vietnam’s trade and investment environment in the first few months after Covid-19, according to data from the Business Climate Index (BCI) of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham).
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