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maandag 5 maart 2018

Vietnam: 2018 started with major foreign direct investment inflows

2018 started with major foreign direct investment inflows

Vietnam continues to be a lucrative target for a raft of foreign investors in the first two months of 2018.

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Advanced technology helps bring Vietnamese food to world

The High Pressure Processing (HPP) technology will help bring the original flavour of Vietnamese traditional dishes like "pho" or "bun bo Hue" (Hue-styled noodle soup with beef) to foreign countries, said Lam Dao Hung, Chairman of Minh Hung Group.

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EU helps Vietnam's rural areas access sustainable energy

The European Commission (EC) and the Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on February 27 publicised a component on the EU's technical assistance to Vietnam's energy sector.

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Minister: It's time to provide more health care services

Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien talks with Thoi Bao Kinh Te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times) about projects to build more hospitals and provide better services for patients.

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Successful Dutch Trade Mission To Vietnam For Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV is part of the trade delegation that visits Vietnam on 5 to 7 February 2018 with Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag. Royal HaskoningDHV joined the mission with a focus to further strengthen the relationships in water, maritime and aviation. The mission follows the visit by Vietnamese Prime Minister Phuc to the Netherlands earlier last year.

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Dutch Lady Hands Over Kindergarten To Quang Nam

Vanh Khuyen Kindergarten, funded by "Den Dom Dom" (Firefly Lantern) study encouragement program of Dutch Lady brand of dairy processor FrieslandCampina Vietnam, was inaugurated in Tay Giang District in the central province of Quang Nam, marking the 21st school of the social program which was launched in 2002.

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Where it's needed

It's clear that both Vietnamese and foreign agriculture enterprises continue to face difficulties when operating in Vietnam. The greatest challenge is importing high technology for agricultural production from developed countries due to issues relating to intellectual property rights, which has a negative effect on modernizing the sector. Therefore, solutions must be identified.

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EU provides support for sustainable energy development

The European Commission and the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) launched the EU - Vietnam Energy Facility on February 27, a technical assistance facility in support of the implementation of the EU's Energy Sector Policy Support Program, worth $132 million.

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Vietnam attractive to world's robot manufacturers

Vietnam is believed to be a very attractive market for the world's robot manufacturers as more and more local enterprises are using robots and speeding up automation in their production.

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Giant solar power plant to start operation this year

Solar power currently accounts for 0.01 percent of the country's total power output, but the government plans to increase the ratio to 3.3 percent by 2030 and 20 percent by 2050. Vietnam is aiming to produce 10.7 percent of its electricity through renewable energy by 2030, mainly through solar and wind energy.

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PM wants to transform Vietnam from 'beautiful girl' to 'economic tiger'

"We must try to transform Vietnam from a beautiful girl into a new economic tiger in Asia," Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at a meeting, referring to how Vietnam is usually associated with its natural charm. Vietnam's prime minister has called for more efforts to make the fast-growing economy a new Asian tiger, combining macroeconomic growth with social prosperity and environmental conservation.

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Foreign media call Vietnam a rising tiger

Despite Brexit and the US withdrawal from the TPP, which are expected to have adverse effects on Vietnam's economy, foreign experts and investors still have a positive impression of the economy's performance.

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Mobile advertising grows strongly in Southeast Asia

Across Southeast Asian markets (Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand) digital ads targeting the 18-49 age bracket reached their intended audience 85 percent of the time for mobile, digital, and desktop campaigns. This is spectacular compared to the 2016 benchmarks where only 70 percent of ads delivered via desktop and 66 percent delivered via mobile reached their intended audience.

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ASEAN-EU FTA to be ratified by year-end

ASEAN economic ministers and the EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom reached consensus on March 2 on officially ratifying the EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (ASEAN-EU FTA) by the end of the year, according to a report from the Vietnam News Agency.

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Vietnam, EU likely to sign FTA soon

Vietnam and the European Union (EU) are likely to sign the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) soon, Daniel Muller, ASEAN Regional Manager for the German Asia-Pacific Business Association, said in an interview granted to Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reporters in Germany.

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Vietnamese businesses open the door to foreign investors

More and more Vietnamese manufacturers are calling for foreign investment to implement their business expansion plans. Analysts say that Vietnam is still one of the most attractive destination points for foreign investors. They are not only interested in real estate projects, but also want to pour money into industries which can exploit advantages from FTAs (free trade agreements).

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What Brings Success – Managing Or Leading?

It is said that you don't build a business, you build people & then people build the business. True! People are always the most valuable asset of any organizations or businesses. The question is what brings the business success – well managed people or well led ones? We all know that there is a substantial difference between managing and leading. When your people are well managed, you are guiding your organisation on the right direction. When[...] READ MORE

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Vietnamese e-commerce market a tough nut to crack

Despite the fast growth of e-commerce, Vietnam is not an easy market to crack open, with many players running losses and some being forced to withdraw.

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