Government Plans To Install Charging Stations Across 69,000 Fuel Stations In India

Due to the growing demand for electric vehicles in the Indian market, new petrol pumps being set up in the country is opting for an electric vehicle charging facility. This could mean that most new petrol pumps coming up in the country will have charging facilities in the country regardless of the initiative.

More than HALF of medium-sized businesses are planning to axe jobs within WEEKS as the Government’s furlough scheme ends

Leaders of medium-sized businesses have expressed concern over funding arrangements, with a third saying they can’t continue trading for longer than six months based on their current outlook, according to the BDO survey.

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 9

To enter the EU market, the local businesses must have certification of origin and meet food safety requirements, Hoe said. In addition, they need to pay attention to the agreement’s commitments on increasing the environmental requirements related to fishing to avoid difficulties in seafood export, reported the Nguoi lao dong (Labourers) newspaper.

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 13

According to the General Department of Forestry, Vietnam still has many opportunities to expand export markets and increase export value for timber and wooden products. The world’s furniture and wooden product market is large with a value of about 430 billion USD, including 150 billion USD from furniture products. Meanwhile, Vietnam’s furniture products at present […]

‘I started a fashion business from two suitcases’

‘I was standing at the wrong end of a machine gun’ ‘Someone needs to help parents control their kids’ spending’ The gaming boss who gets addicted to the games ‘My chronic acne inspired me to start my own skincare company’ ‘I used to hate road cycling, now I design biking gear’ Her tailors are working […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 8

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the global investment flow is likely to contract by 40% in 2020, but in Vietnam, newly registered capital has risen 6.6% and the number of new FDI projects inched up over 22% during the pandemic, Do Nhat Hoang, head of the ministry’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA), said while addressing a dialogue […]

Coronavirus: 300,000 redundancies planned in June and July

“We are also creating new roles for young people with our Kickstart scheme, creating incentives for training and apprenticeships, and supporting and protecting jobs in the tourism and hospitality sectors through our VAT cut and last month’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.”

Vietnam market big enough for Japanese business ambitions: PM

Representatives of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) suggested that Vietnam creates an incentive mechanism for infrastructure construction using the public-private partnership model and allows Japanese companies to increase ownership in state-owned corporations.

Fix the planning system in the Budget, demand housebuilders

Earlier this month Persimmon, another FTSE 100 housebuilder, called for the Government to allow development on greenbelt land, saying that it was the “only way” to solve the housing crisis. Mr Stone said that a mooted stamp duty holiday for first-time buyers  would provide them with “greater access” to the market.

German carmakers, government to look at boosting suppliers’ equity capital

The government has already introduced a stimulus package, including measures to help the industry which accounts for about 832,000 jobs in Europe’s biggest economy. Even before the coronavirus, the sector was struggling to rebuild a reputation tarnished by a diesel emissions scandal.