Economy and commerce

Economic policy and administration

Over 3,800 business conditions expected to be cut and simplified

Ministries and sectors are planning to reduce and simplify over 3,800 business conditions of the more than 6,200 in total, equivalent to 61.3% and exceeding 11.3% compared to the requests made by the Government and the Prime Minister, according to the PM’s working group.The PM’s ...

Vietnam moves to protect economy as US, China spar

With China and the United States as its largest export destinations, Vietnam is seeking ways to insulate itself from an escalating trade war between the world’s two biggest economies.Keep reading ...

The Strait Times Reporter

PM points out threats to Vietnam’s socioeconomic growth

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc pointed out major risks to the country’s socioeconomic growth, such as disasters, social disturbances, traffic safety violations and corruption, at a national teleconference between the Government and local administrative units today, July 2.Keep reading ...

Ngoc Lan/Van Nam

Vietnam should be resilient to shifting megatrends: WB

Vietnam’s economy can be re-defined by focusing on the effective exploitation of four megatrends affecting the country’s sustainable and competitive development.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Admin services could be provided by private sector

The Transport Ministry wants to transfer some administrative services to the control of private enterprises and organisations, and has been developing a plan to achieve this.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Find the engine of economic growth: Embracing too much work, the economy suffered

The common problems faced by enterprises in the preparation and implementation of investment projects are largely due to the fact that many ministries and sectors are too busy and lack coordination.Keep reading ...

Challenges face Vietnam’s economy despite positive prospects

Vietnam’s economy had a good start in 2018 with a 7.38 percent GDP growth in the first quarter, but experts warn of challenges and risks ahead in the remaining months of the year as well as following years.Keep reading ...

Anh Hong

Mekong Delta shows best competiveness nationwide

The Mekong Delta has consistently recorded the highest average provincial competitiveness index (PCI) among six regions nationwide since 2014, said the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI). Among 10 cities and provinces across the country showing the best governance, five are in the Mekong Delta, ...

TTXVN

Vietnam needs to act to stay competitive amidst rise of protectionism: PM

Vietnam needs to search for new markets, align production with market demands and tighten quality control amidst the rise of protectionism to stay competitive, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.Keep reading ...

Anh Minh

Green growth the future for business

Green growth is an effective sustainable development solution for businesses to counter the effects of climate change, said experts at a conference held in HCM City on Thursday.Keep reading   ...

VIR Reporter

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