Labor Productivity - Important Factor for Growth

Vietnam has not yet experienced a real productivity growth phase, which is a key factor for an economy to rise to high-income status, according to the Vietnam Productivity Report jointly conducted by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR), the University of Economics and Business (Vietnam National University of Hanoi, and the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies of Japan.

Forthcoming Events

Containing Covid-19 and Spurring Economic Recovery

10:05:21 AM | 14/5/2021

Asia-Pacific business leaders attended an online meeting of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) on May 11, 2021. ABAC Vietnam President Vu Tien Loc together with its members and the Secretariat joined the meeting.

Challenges to Reforms Remain Tougher in the Coming Time

2:17:29 PM | 23/4/2021

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), together with social organizations, actively collected public and business opinions on the quality of public service practices and administrative reforms provided by ministries and sectors.

Vietnam - Australia Business Council Expected to Be Signed on April 23

2:30:09 PM | 20/4/2021

Dr. Vu Tien Loc, President of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), had a reception meeing with President of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AusCham) Mr. Simon Pugh on April 15, at VCCI Hanoi headquarters.

More Reform, Policies Needed to Attract Investment and Help Businesses Survive Post-Pandemic

12:59:47 PM | 15/4/2021

“Authorities at all levels will develop and implement policies to support the creation of more favorable conditions for businesses to survive the post-Covid-19 pandemic period,” recommended Mr. Bradley Bessire, USAID/Vietnam Acting Mission Director, when asked about the impact of the pandemic on businesses reflected in the PCI report 2020. Lan Anh reports.

Driving Reforms Critical to Economic Development

12:58:05 PM | 15/4/2021

On April 15, 2021 in Hanoi, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) cooperates with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to announce a report on the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) 2020.

Creating More Favorable Environment for Business Development

12:55:32 PM | 15/4/2021

The best-performing provinces and cities of the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) are showing strong changes in administrative system reform and creating a favorable environment for business development.

More Reform, Policies Needed to Attract Investment and Help Businesses Survive Post-Pandemic

11:07:50 AM | 15/4/2021

Authorities at all levels will develop and implement policies to support the creation of more favorable conditions for businesses to survive the post-Covid-19 pandemic period,” recommended Mr. Bradley Bessire, USAID/Vietnam Acting Mission Director, when asked about the impact of the pandemic on businesses reflected in the PCI report 2020.

Great Strides in Improving Investment Climate

10:56:22 AM | 15/4/2021

Quang Ninh, Dong Thap, Long An and Binh Duong provinces earned the highest positions for economic governance, according to the latest report of Provincial Competitiveness Index 2020 (PCI 2020) released by Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic on Vietnamese Firms

10:17:35 AM | 14/4/2021

Recently, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), in collaboration with the World Bank in Vietnam (WB) and with the resource support of the Australian Government, and the participation of 10,197 businesses across the country, conducted a survey on specific perspectives of Covid-19’s effects and ways that businesses chose to respond.

How Can Businesses Utilize CPTPP?

10:07:43 AM | 13/4/2021

The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which came into force for Vietnam on January 14, 2019, has produced positive effects after two years. What matters now is how businesses can maximize the effect of CPTPP.