The number of international arrivals to Việt Nam in March increased by 41.4 per cent over the previous month and 2.2 times against the same period last year.
Millions of women are participating in the workforce in Việt Nam and are striving to make values and create positive impacts in their professions and society despite the gender stereotypes and social barriers.
Rising international oil prices, due to tensions in Ukraine, will have a great impact on the shipping industry as input costs increase in tandem.
At the end of Q2, the market will assess the pressure of assets tapering by Fed and other central banks, as well as interest rate hikes at the end of the year in Việt Nam. This could be the reason for the strong fluctuation in the stock market.
Recently, more than 5, 000 children and families in HCM City, who have been hit hard by the pandemic, received food and essential packages from the joint initiative “Delivery for Good” launched by Mastercard in partnership with Grab and UNICEF.
If a large part of the credit is pumped into the securities market, it can be a big problem for the banking system and the whole economy once the stock market bubble breaks out.
Our data-driven investigation shows that local communities in the Mekong Delta are struggling to find a way out, as fishing, their main livelihood, can no longer guarantee them a sustainable future.
There has been a sharp rise in demand for cold storage in the Asia-Pacific region which has pushed foreign investment into Việt Nam, strengthening the value of the local supply chain.
A conference to celebrate and preserve Việt Nam’s cultural heritage has been launched with top government officials including President Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and Party General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng in attendance.
More than a million people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in Việt Nam.
From airlines to travel companies, Việt Nam’s tourism industry is hoping to get the green light to resume international commercial flights, starting in November. However, the complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world will require a vigilant re-opening plan.
On the ocassion of Brazil’s Independence day on September 7, Brazilian Ambassador Fernando Apparicio da Silva writes for Việt Nam News
The COVID-19 health crisis and the resulting economic downturn has thrown a spanner in the works of already tardy public spending, hindering Việt Nam’s efforts to revive its post-pandemic economy and speed up slowing GDP growth.
Although all theatres have had to close to prevent COVID-19, artists still rehearse for new plays, waiting for the day they can return to the stage.
Amid huge challenges, inspiring success story like Việt Nam has helped the country climb steadily in global brand value and soft power rankings, as well as supported Vietnamese companies to increase their competitiveness.