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BMW gets access to the 700-auto batch at Vietnam's customs

In response to claim by BMW's representative on occassion of visit to Germany, the Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc confirmed the automaker BMW could access its batch of cars being held at HCM City’s port for maintenance but the firm must replace its local dealer Euro Auto due to violations of the country’s regulations

Private enterprises need more help to grow

Since the Sixth National Party Congress in 1986, the process of transition from a subsidized economy to a commodity-based economy with many production and business components has helped improve the private sector and affirm its important role in the economy.

Industry 4.0 a test for large workforce sectors

The Prime Minister has issued Directive (16/CT-TTg) on strengthening capacity to tackle challenges posed by the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). Dam Bach Duong, head of the Hi-Technology Department, tells the Vietnam News Agency that technological, human resource, policy and infrastructure shortcomings stand in the way of Viet Nam building ‘smart’ factories.

EAEU-Viet Nam Free Trade Area and opportunities discussed in Russia

A roundtable discussion on “The Free Trade Area between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and Viet Nam: New Opportunities for Business” took place in Moscow on Tuesday, inspired by the upcoming visit of President Tran Dai Quang to Russia.

"VND0 tours" for Chinese travelers: how to stop them

A lot of shops which sell products at exorbitant prices to Chinese tourists under "zero-dong tours" have been forced to shut down.

Foreign fast food chains show underwhelming performance in Vietnam

Most foreign fast food chains in Vietnam have failed to realise their initial expansion plans made upon entering the market. Recently, some have suggested that international brands have failed to defeat local Vietnamese food stalls.

HCM City urged to improve transport infrastructure

Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong said HCM City’s infrastructure projects had lots of problems during a meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on June 23.

Vietnam launches new agency to 'rescue' farm products

Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) launched a new department on Wednesday aiming to “rescue” the country's farm products.

3 arrested in Vietnam for 8 dialysis deaths

The patients died shortly after undergoing kidney dialysis treatment at a hospital in northern Vietnam in late May.

Vietnam’s power prices high due to monopoly’s multi billion-dollar debt: official

Electricity of Vietnam owes US$9.7 billion, and often blames losses for hiking prices.

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