Geopolitical tensions in some notable hot spots, anti-COVID-19 measures of global manufacturing hub China, and the US Federal Reserve’s monetary policies could damper Việt Nam's economic recovery, experts said at a business forum held in HCM City on Thursday (August 4).
Identity theft is not a new crime in financial and banking, but insiders said there is a new twist on an old problem that banks and clients should worry about, exposing the need for heightened cybersecurity.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Vietnam Electricity (EVN), and experts share the view that power supply will be guaranteed this year, but the challenge is that demand is forecast to surge amid the post-pandemic economic recovery.
Huỳnh Kim Tước, managing director of Sài Gòn Innovation Hub's (SiHub) Start-up Support Centre under the HCM City Department of Science and Technology, affirmed Việt Nam holds tremendous potential for technology development and transfer thanks to its highly qualified experts and intellectuals with rich experiences in this field, especially young and talented human resources at universities.
Colonel Nguyễn Minh Khương, deputy head of the Police Department of Fire Prevention, Fighting and Rescue, speaks with Vietnam News Agency about the devotion of firefighters to fulfilling their task after the deaths of three firefighters at a fire in Cầu Giấy District on August 1.
The non-aviation service industry has been on the fast track to recovery in the past few months, following the flourish of the aviation market, despite the impact of volatile and escalating fuel prices as well as the international market's failure to recover as expected.
As trade activities with the United Kingdom are growing significantly, especially after the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA), it is necessary for Vietnamese exporters to update the UK Conformity Assesssed mark, a mandatory for industrial exported goods to the UK starting next year.
After more than two years of being seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, border trade activities at key border gates in Lạng Sơn Province have gradually recovered, but there are still challenges ahead. Liễu Anh Minh, deputy director of Lạng Sơn Department of Industry and Trade, spoke to Vietnam News Agency about this issue.