The national tourism sector is looking at ways to rebound in the second quarter of the year with strategies to promote growth after the COVID-19 epidemic subsides.
The HCM City Department of Tourism yesterday (Feb 20) called on the Việt Nam National Administration of Tourism to seek preferential policies from the Government to soften the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The increasing amount of property and land under State-owned enterprises (SOEs) was mentioned as a factor in their slow equitisation.
The Perfume Pagoda Festival, Việt Nam's oldest, biggest and longest-running festival, has officially been opened but due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the number of visitors has dropped sharply.
A total of 30 Vietnamese citizens have returned to the country from Wuhan – the epicentre of the coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak on a special flight in the early morning of February 10.
The market witnessed steep declines Friday because of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak that dampened investor sentiment.