NDO – Vietbuild Home, the annual exhibition on housing, home decoration and household appliances, kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on December 14, featuring 2,000 booths, over 30% higher than last year. (Dec 14, 2017)
NDO – The 24th Vietnam Medipharm Expo 2017, highlighting the outstanding achievements in the pharmaceutical industry, is taking place at the International Centre of Exhibition in Hanoi, from December 7-9.
NDO – Relevant ministries, sectors and localities need to continue bringing the Cooperative Law to life, with strengthened support and policy mechanisms to tackle difficulties and create favourable conditions for the development of new cooperative modes.
NDO – Implementing ten Free Trae Agreements (FTA) with many countries and territories, Vietnam has taken advantage of the agreements. In the 2018-2020 period, the tax reduction roadmap will be further promoted thus the tariff for many commodities is expected to drop to 0%, which will create new opportunities to increase import and export turnover, thereby boosting economic growth.
NDO – The 15th Vietnam International Trade Fair (Vietnam Expo 2017) is an important bridge that connects Vietnamese and foreign enterprises, allowing them to meet and exchange views on business cooperation.
NDO/VNA – The UK always considers Vietnam as an important and potential trade partner and wants to expand multifaceted cooperation with the Southeast Asian nation, said British Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox.
NDO – The fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is an opportunity to fulfill the aspirations for a prosperous country; therefore, relevant agencies and enterprises should overcome all difficulties to take full advantage of the opportunities from the revolution to develop.
NDO – The nation’s economic situation in the past 11 months has recorded positive signs, with equal growth momentum in investment, exports and consumption. The service, tourism, consumption, export, investment and business sectors all resulted in good growth.
NDO – In the context of positive movements in Vietnam’s capital market, it is necessary to continue to boost equitisation, divest state capital and list large enterprises on the stock market in order to attract the inflow of foreign indirect investment (FII).