HCMC – Many Vietnamese enterprises have drawn up investment plans in the newly-opened Myanmar market.
dimanche 24 février 2013
samedi 2 février 2013
HANOI – Over 4,200 enterprises had dissolved or suspended their operations in the year to January 20, up nearly 7% against the preceding month and 11.3% year-on-year, heard a monthly meeting of the Government on Tuesday.
dimanche 20 janvier 2013
Many Vietnamese enterprises opened overseas branches and started to gain profit. However, they did not receive support from the government.
dimanche 13 janvier 2013
HANOI – The number of Vietnamese enterprises has apparently shrunk by half due to difficulties in recent years according to official data revealed by the State agencies.
Anphabe.com, already Vietnam’s largest online network of management professionals, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with ten top headhunting companies to co-launch the country’s first head-hunting information portal at www.Anphabe.com/Top-Headhunt.
jeudi 3 janvier 2013
The bad business environment has forced several large Vietnamese firms into bankruptcy this year, while others have had to merge.
samedi 22 décembre 2012
HANOI—Vietnam said it plans to look into whether foreign companies have been artificially inflating the costs of their imported materials to avoid paying taxes.
mercredi 11 avril 2012
Local enterprises still engage in corrupt practices in exchange for favourable conditions for business activities, said a research on corruption situation in Vietnam.
mardi 20 décembre 2011
The Law on Independent Audit that will take effect next year will oblige more enterprises other than public and listed firms to go through audit, said the Vietnam Association of Certified Public Accountants.
jeudi 6 octobre 2011
Almost 49,000 enterprises shut down in the first nine months of this year, up 21.8 percent year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
mardi 20 septembre 2011
Many Vietnamese enterprises, including Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group (HAGL), the military-run Viettel Group, FPT Corp, and PetroVietnam, are expanding into international markets, according to newswire Vnexpress.