Despite developments in human resources in the information technology (IT) sector, many Vietnamese firms still start up in other countries, such as the United States, Singapore, and Japan.
Vietnamese start-ups will have the opportunity to attend professional training courses, receive consultations from experts and seek investment capital by attending the K-Startup Grand Challenge 2018.
Việt Nam’s fintech market is estimated to increase from US$4.4 billion last year to $7.8 billion by 2020, driven by rising bank penetration, according to research of Solidiance.
Efforts to stabilise lives, production and businesses in the central provinces affected by the Formosa-related marine environmental incident have paid off, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc at a national conference in Quảng Trị Province on May 17.
The Ministry of Finance aims to complete the financial cloud infrastructure by 2025.
HCM City has created many programmes to support start-up activities, and has plans to expand its support to individuals and groups with poential, the Sài Gòn Hi-tech Park Incubation Centre (SHTP-IC) has said.
Rambutan is the third Vietnamese fruit after mango and dragon fruit to be exported to New Zealand. Hoàng Trung, Director of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development's Plant Protection Department (PPD), talks to Việt Nam News reporter Tố Như about the challenges in receiving the “green light” from New Zealand and the advantages the opportunity presents to the country.
Travel companies from Việt Nam and China held a conference yesterday in Hà Nội to discuss strategies to promote mutual co-operation in tourism and bring more tourists to each other’s market.
Three Thailand-based agriculture groups on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Vietnamese LINA Network to apply blockchain to make the source and quality of products transparent.
Startups in Việt Nam have invested US$129 million in to the field of fintech, said Varun Mittal, EY ASEAN fintech leader.