Four in five European business leaders agree that businesses should be able to inoculate their workforce, reducing the burden on the state budget while also helping to accelerate the government’s vaccination drive.
When opportunities in the local stock exchange become limited, investors are turning their eye onto startups and early-stage companies, who are fortunately blessed with supportive factors to grow bold with the nation.
It is possible that foreign companies will exit from emerging markets like Vietnam to return to their countries, surely affecting its economy which is greatly depending on FDI contribution, according to Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, CEO of VietJet Air.
In Vietnam, still many billionaires are hidden as their business activities are not transparent and listed on bourse, according to Doctor Nguyen Van Thuan from the HoChiMinh City Marketing and Financial University.
In the memory of entrepreneurs, former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai is a great contributor to the recognition and development of the Vietnam private business sector.
The 2017 Vietnam Private Sector Forum (VPSF) focused on the dialogue between the Government and the representatives of ministries, local authorities and the private sector on three key national spheres: agriculture, tourism and the digital economy.
Mr. Trinh Tien Dung – Chairman of the Board, General Director of Dai Dung Metallic Manufacture Construction and Trade Corporation, said in an interview with Investment & Brand journalists about the development of the private sector.
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