Digital transformation in agriculture should begin with human resources and capital
Việt Nam's agriculture sector is facing three main challenges – climate change, market fluctuations and world consumption trends. These challenges are affecting production, processing and consumption of farm produce, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, digital agricultural development needs to be accelerated.
While most industries have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, start-ups continued to receive investments. Việt Nam News speaks with Hoàng Đức Trung, partner, VinaCapital Ventures, about this and the outlook for start-ups post-pandemic.
Digital transformation in human resources management is not only an urgent requirement in the 4.0 and COVID-19 eras, but also a lucrative investment which can bring immediate benefits and create a competitive advantage for businesses.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be unpredictable in many ASEAN countries, Việt Nam has actively proposed and participated in regional initiatives to promote economic recovery and maintain production and supply chains both in the region and the world.
AES Mong Duong has been awarded the ISO 55001:2014 Certification by Bureau Veritas Certification Holding SAS – UK Branch for the asset management system of the 1,200 MW Mong Duong 2 BOT Thermal Power Plant in Quảng Ninh Province, Việt Nam. With this certificate, AES Mong Duong becomes one of the first companies in the country to be recognised for its effective asset management system.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have seen the benefits of trading online.
The novel coronavirus epidemic has affected the socio-economic development of Việt Nam, including the transport sector. Minister of Transport Nguyễn Văn Thể speaks to Vietnam News Agency about solutions to control the epidemic and promote business activities of the industry to compensate for losses.
The new strain of coronavirus has killed nearly 500 people and infected more than 24,000 across the globe. Trần Duy Đông, director of the Domestic Market Department, speaks to Vietnam News Agency about its plans to ensure supplies of essential goods.