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jeudi 27 juin 2019

The rise and rise of a Vietnamese corporate empire

Vingroup increasingly seen as akin to a South Korean chaebol

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vendredi 14 juin 2019

Two vietnam startups will merge with plans to raise $30 million

Two of Vietnam’s payments startups are merging to add scale in the market where cashless payments are booming.

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vendredi 12 avril 2019

Vietnam’s vibrant social enterprise sector has more to give

There are more than 19,000 social enterprises in Vietnam, but new research finds that the sector’s growth to date has been more modest than some people hoped.

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jeudi 21 mars 2019

Vietnam is the region’s fintech hub

Vietnam’s strong economic growth in recent years has led to the flourishing of the nation’s digital economy.

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mercredi 20 février 2019

Gov’t agencies blamed for lack of corporate transparency

The slow listing of post-equitisation firms, including State-owned enterprises (SOEs), may make Vietnamese firms less attractive regarding a lack of corporate transparency and government agencies managing those firms must be blamed for the problem.

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vendredi 8 février 2019

Vietnam to create favourable conditions for private firms

Vietnam will continue to hasten efforts to improve the business climate in terms of quality to create favourable conditions for the private sector to play its role as a driver in promoting rapid and sustainable economic growth.

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samedi 8 décembre 2018

Staying put: small China firms postpone plans to move to Vietnam after trade war truce

Chinese export manufacturers have seized on the weekend’s trade war truce to reconsider moving their operations to Vietnam, where the costs of relocation are high and rising.

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mardi 16 janvier 2018

Việt Nam an ideal destination for foreign startups

Việt Nam has become an ideal location to start a business, not only for young overseas Vietnamese people but also for expats thanks to the country’s strong economic growth in recent years.

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vendredi 12 janvier 2018

U.S. says Vietnam should have notified eight state firms to WTO

The United States has notified the World Trade Organization of eight Vietnamese firms it says should have been registered as state trading enterprises under the global trading rules, a U.S. filing published by the WTO showed on Thursday.

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jeudi 26 octobre 2017

Improving Vietnam’s workforce in implementing FTAs

Only 21 percent of Vietnamese workers are provided with training. Meanwhile labour productivity is low.

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mercredi 4 octobre 2017

Vietnam revamps financial team to hasten state enterprise privatization

Vietnam's cash-strapped government has brought in a new team of advisers to assist with a state enterprise divestment envisioned as a model for far broader privatization.

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mercredi 27 septembre 2017

Vietnam to cut business red tape to support SMEs

Move expected to enhance competitiveness of Vietnamese private sector

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vendredi 22 septembre 2017

Culture Minister seeks to reassure public on VFS equitisation

Yesterday Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Huỳnh Vĩnh Ái held a press conference to give out official comments on the problematic equitisation of the state-owned Việt Nam Feature Film Studio (VFS) which has attracted public concerns in recent days.

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vendredi 1 septembre 2017

Vietnam : Why clever students don't become ace employees ?

Every Tuesday evening strangers trickle into the Carthage Global office in Ho Chi Minh City. They're there to mingle, but they're also there to help the consulting company inject a little more ingenuity into its staff.

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lundi 26 décembre 2016

Vietnam to adopt IFRS by 2025

Viet Nam is expected to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) instead of the current Vietnamese accounting standards (VAS) by 2025 in its efforts to enhance comparability and improve transparency.

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dimanche 25 décembre 2016

Vietnam’s mid-level personnel not content with company policies

A recent survey has showed that a large number of mid-level salaried workers in Vietnam are not satisfied with their companies’ personnel policies, while health issues at work were also recorded at an alarming level.

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mardi 14 juin 2016

For Vietnam and its state enterprises, something has to give

State-owned enterprises present a dilemma for Vietnam. There is a pressing need to reform the businesses, as the country is set to open up its market under the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. At the same time, the government is reluctant to lose its cash cows.

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jeudi 7 janvier 2016

Vietnam may sell stakes in some big state firms in 2016

The Vietnam government could sell stakes in some large state-owned enterprises this year, including network provider Mobifone and brewer Sabeco, a finance ministry official said.

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samedi 18 avril 2015

Will foreign manufacturers stop production in Vietnam ?

Foreign manufacturers have said they are considering either leaving Vietnam for other regional countries which have a more competitive investment environment, or stopping their production activities in Vietnam. However, many Vietnamese don’t believe they will do it.

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lundi 13 avril 2015

Vietnam’s PM orders officials to speed up privatizations

Vietnam’s Prime Minister has ordered ministries and provinces to speed up privatizing state-owned enterprises or face being “strictly dealt with.”

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samedi 28 mars 2015

Vietnam premier wants to finish privatizing 289 state-run firms by 2015

Transforming state-run enterprises into joint stock companies is now a top priority of the government and it should be done by the end of this year, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung requested Thursday.

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lundi 16 mars 2015

Vietnam targets record year of stake sales in state firms

Vietnam will offer to sell a record amount of shares in state-owned companies this year, with the government planning to publicize a list of assets available to accelerate a program that has repeatedly missed targets.

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jeudi 20 novembre 2014

Vietnam’s state firms : excess baggage

The 400 firms the government wants to part-privatise are mostly unappealing

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mercredi 10 septembre 2014

Without a king : Vietnam SOE reform needs solidarity

One of Vietnam’s most celebrated writers, Nguyen Hui Thiep, neatly captured the reality of the country’s state-owned enterprises in a short story from the 1980s titled “Without a King”.

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mardi 5 août 2014

Vietnam to extend taxes as more firms shut doors

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung pledged to offer tax extensions and simplify payment procedures on the heels of more bad news about business closures and suspensions.

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jeudi 10 avril 2014

Vietnam's privatization plan revs-up

Vietnam's privatization of 432 state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which accounted for 35 percent of the gross domestic product last year, has begun in response to pressure to revitalize the corrupt and inefficient state-owned sector, but the process is slow and may not be a magical cure for the economy.

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mardi 7 janvier 2014

Vietnam imposes heavy sanctions on foreign contractors

The fact that a series of foreign contractors were punished for their violations has pleased domestic contractors, who always complain that foreigners receive big favors from government agencies and investors.

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samedi 4 janvier 2014

The decline of state-owned enterprises in Vietnam

The number of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) operating in Vietnam has fallen by 50 percent since 2000, according to figures released by the General Statistics Office’s Industrial Statistics Department.

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lundi 11 novembre 2013

Business leaders meet to tackle corruption in Vietnam

During a seminar in preparation for the 12th annual Anti-Corruption Dialogue in Hanoi tomorrow, new statistics reveal that more than 60 percent of enterprises operating in Vietnam gave ‘unofficial money’ to public officials – oftentimes without being asked to do so. -

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vendredi 20 septembre 2013

Vinashin cuts jobs as Vietnam overhauls state companies

In a litmus test for restructuring of state firms, shipbuilder Vinashin plans to lay off half of its workforce

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