Cabinet members have begun reviewing the national socio-economic situation in May – the first month after the social distancing measures were lifted and the economy entered the “new normal” period
COVID-19 has been deemed a catalyst for investors to take the 'China plus one' strategy into more significant consideration and the trend of shifting manufacturing bases to Việt Nam has recently picked up pace.
Many farmers in Kiên Giang Province’s Tân Hiệp District have begun to earn steady incomes after turning unproductive rice fields into guava orchards.
With the pandemic largely controlled in Viet Nam and domestic travel possible again, recovery is the name of the game for the Ninh Binh tourism industry.
On the 51ha salt field of Vạn Nam Co-operative in Diễn Vạn Commune, Nghệ An’s Diễn Châu District, dozens of people are working under the summer heat.
Tourists visiting Mù Cang Chải District in the northern province of Yến Bái can indulge themselves in a variety of exciting activities exploring local tourism like the paragliding festival, painting with beeswax or weaving brocade at the end of May.
Conglomerate Vingroup JSC plans to earn VNĐ145 trillion (US$6.2 billion) in revenue this year, up 12 per cent year-on-year.