Despite the negative impact of the fourth Covid-19 wave, Vietnam attracted a foreign direct investment (FDI) commitment worth US$2.4 billion in August, a 65% increase month-on-month, reflecting the continued confidence of foreign investors in the country’s economic prospects in the medium to long term.
Prolonged coronavirus restrictions in Vietnam have become a bigger headache for retailers, particularly those that rely on the region for manufacturing footwear and apparel, as the holiday season approaches.
Investment in renewables is increasing as from offshore and onshore wind to photovoltaic and thermal solar, hydropower, geothermal, and biomass, more and more investors are entering the renewables arena — including oil and gas companies searching for opportunities.
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Fundiin, a buy-now, pay-later startup company in Vietnam, closed an oversubscribed seed round with participation from Genesia Ventures, JAFCO Asia, Xffirmers, Trihill Capital, and existing investors 1982 Ventures and Zone Startups Ventures.
Due to negative impacts caused by the fourth Covid-19 wave, seventy six percent of European companies in Vietnam have recorded a negative outlook in the third quarter this year.
Factories in HCMC that are reopening after two months of suspension due to Covid-19 are having trouble recruiting workers who…
The second draft decree on this issue – brought by the Ministry of Planning and Investment upon collection of opinions from Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh, and the opinions of 15 ministries – reflects the current situation as well as takes into consideration proposals from across cities and provinces.
The investment will boost the company’s OLED display output at the Haiphong factory to 13 million to 14 million units per month, from the current 9.6 million to 10.1 million monthly units, the committee said in a statement, Reuters reported.
Hundreds of hotels for sale could be seen in Vietnam’s major cities over the past months as the fourth wave of the Covid-19 continues to decimate Vietnam’s hospitality market.