Specialized Inspection Needs Reforming to Facilitate Importation and Exportation

Violations accounted for just 0.0033% of tens of thousands of customs declarations subject to specialized inspection in Ho Chi Minh City in the first half of 2021.

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Vietnamese Consumers Expect Seamless Experience When Opening Accounts Digitally

8:33:23 AM | 9/23/2021

The 2021 digital banking survey by FICO, a data analytics company providing credit scoring services, shows that Vietnamese consumers expect a seamless banking experience when it comes to opening an account via a mobile app or website, with two in five expecting to answer 10 questions or less or they will abandon the process. One out of six Vietnamese will drop out if asked more than five questions.  

Improving Finance Functions to Drive Business Operation

8:31:24 AM | 9/23/2021

The role of accountants and financial professionals has evolved beyond tactical applications. More so during this pandemic, where the financial stability and performance of many organizations are severely tested. As planning, forecasting and scenario analysis become increasingly relevant in all aspects of business decisions, many finance teams across Southeast Asia (SEA) have gained a seat at the leadership table.

Great Achievements in New Rural Development

8:12:49 AM | 9/22/2021

By 2025, Vietnam strives to have at least 50% of districts, towns and provincial cities meet new rural standards, with at least 20% qualifying as newly enhanced rural districts and model new-style rural districts.

Driving Rural Economic Development

8:10:24 AM | 9/22/2021

The One Commune One Product (OCOP) Program has enabled agricultural restructuring, raised production value and branded agricultural products for many localities after three years of implementation, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. In the coming time, besides upholding achieved results, localities need to improve product quality and innovation to attract domestic and foreign consumers.

Vietnam’s OCOP Products Reach Foreign Markets

8:06:41 AM | 9/22/2021

Twenty-one out of 27 districts, towns and cities of Thanh Hoa province had OCOP products as of end-June 2021. Among 100 recognized OCOP products, Le Gia shrimp paste and fish sauce (Hoang Hoa district) is the only 5-star product, which has already been exported in large quantities to Japan, South Korea and South Africa, and sold across supermarkets in Hanoi.

Realizing EVFTA Opportunities

7:56:09 AM | 9/21/2021

After one year of enforcement, the EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has actively helped economic development between Vietnam and the European Union (EU) and supported Vietnam’s growth. However, to realize the EVFTA opportunities, Vietnamese and EU businesses still need to overcome many challenges...

How Post-Pandemic Real Estate Likely to Fare?

8:05:52 AM | 9/20/2021

After the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate in the vicinity of Ho Chi Minh City and projects invested by reputable investors are forecast to attract buyers.

Preventing Origin Fraudulence in Lang Son

8:02:19 AM | 9/20/2021

As some enterprises are deliberately declaring falsified origin of goods to evade taxes, Lang Son Customs has requested border-gate customs offices to intensify inspection, supervision and prevention of wrongful acts.

Disruptive Technologies Set to Change How We Work

7:47:00 AM | 9/20/2021

The post-COVID workforce will benefit from innovations that start today, said international experts at a collaborative roundtable held by RMIT University and Deloitte.

National Assembly Pledges to Create Best Business Environment toward OECD Standards

8:49:10 AM | 9/17/2021

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue affirmed that Vietnam is committed to creating the best business environment by removing bottlenecks in the economy in terms of legal institutions, infrastructure and human resources.