Network attacks get smarter
Network attacks in Việt Nam have become more sophisticated with rises in scale, number and quality, especially those targeting big businesses, said Nguyễn Thành Hưng, deputy minister of Information and Communication.
Ten leading Thai exhibition organisers came to Hà Nội yesterday for a business-to-business forum to meet Vietnamese enterprises, trade promotion organisations and associations yesteday.
A new trend is developing in technology product sales, with retailers themselves also playing the role of distributors, a conference heard in HCM City on Tuesday.
Fourteen executives were conferred the coveted ASEAN CIO/CSO Awards in HCM City on Thursday, all of them Vietnamese.
Export revenue of Vietnamese tuna to the European Union (EU) in October almost doubled compared to the same period last year, hitting US$14 million, according to the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters (Vasep).
In order to create a fair business environment to promote the development of the private sector as what the Government has goaled in 2016-20 economic overhaul, experts said the restructuring of the State-owned enterprises (SOEs) must be hastened.
The Government is going to propose that the National Assembly formulates a separate law on settling bad debts to facilitate economic restructuring, Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ said on Thursday.
Shares edged down yesterday on the two exchanges as energy lost steam despite positive prospects of the oil industry after the agreement on production cut.
Executives from 27 companies based in South Korea’s Gyeongsangbuk-do Province met with their counterparts in HCM City yesterday to explore business opportunities.
Moody’s has forecast that the Vietnamese banking system will remain stable in the next 12-18 months, reflecting its expectation that the country’s macroeconomic stability will support the banks’ weak credit profiles.