Việt Nam’s manufacturing output continues to rise

The Vietnamese manufacturing sector remained in growth territory at the start of the third quarter of the year, but there were some signs of demand softening. As such, output, new orders and employment all increased at weaker rates than in June, according to S&P Global.


Tech to transform e-logistics landscape

Tech is rapidly changing the e-logistics landscape, raising the need for Việt Nam to increase the application of advanced technologies to develop an efficient logistics industry to grab opportunities arising from e-commerce.
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Beware, the vlogger pandemic is upon us

The new tây ba lô may still sport the obligatory tie-dye tees and probably own spandex psychedelic pants, but after two years of pandemic lockdown, the 2022 travellers sole obsession seems to be to narcissistically stare at their own image, recording their experience rather than absorbing the sights and sounds of the here and now.

Japanese investment in Bình Dương almost reaches $6 billion

Japanese investors have so far poured almost US$6 billion in the southern province of Bình Dương, Permanent Deputy Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Mai Hung Dũng said at a working session with a delegation of the Kansai Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI Kansai) on Thursday.