You don’t always need a lot of capital to get a business up and running in Vietnam. In fact, sometimes you can get started with little to no funding. (Yes!) Starting a business with no money might initially seem like a far-fetched idea, but it’s not impossible.
Together with the Law on Enterprises, the new Law on Investment took effect on January 1, with the latter aiming at creating a favorable legal framework to support and promote investment activities and economic development, while also making sure that previous overlaps and inconsistencies are reduced.
The impressive growth of Vsmart, a Vietnamese brand, was the highlight of the Vietnamese smartphone market in 2020.
Vietnam’s Vietjet Air has made it onto the list of 10 safest low-cost airlines for 2021 by AirlineRatings, the world’s only airline safety and product rater.
Azelis, a leading distributor of specialty chemicals and food ingredients has just acquired a majority shareholding of MKVN Chemicals Co Ltd (MKVN Chemicals) and Viet Chemicals Trading and Service Co Ltd (Viet Chemicals) through their parent company Bellekimia Singapore Pte. Ltd (Bellekimia).
The export prices of Vietnamese rice have hit a record high over the past nine years amid the on-going Covid-19 pandemic.
On Sunday, the export price of the Vietnamese broken rice reached USD505 per tonne, up USD7 per tonne against the average level in the world market. This was also Vietnam’s highest rice export price level since late 2011.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused retail revenue to drop sharply in 2020, impacting the domestic retail property market, according to Savills…
The city will accelerate the establishment of an e-government model to create more convenience for the business community in realizing administrative procedures.
Scientists are studying it at laboratories in Porton Down, and it may spread quicker and infect more people.
The year 2020 marked a rough year for the global finance and equity markets as the COVID-19 pandemic scaled down the global economy and discouraged investors to execute their M&A deals as planned.