VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 9

The representative of the MOIT’s Import-Export Department said Viet Nam has advantages in production and export of agricultural, forestry and aquatic products, while the EU has a large demand for these items that have accounted for 8.4 per cent of total annual import value. This shows great potential in export growth from Viet Nam to […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 12

In response to the appeal of the Party General Secretary and President, Directives of the Politburo, the Party Central Committee’ Secretariat, the Prime Minister, and decrees of the Government on carrying out the dual tasks of fighting COVID-19 pandemic and boosting socio-economic development, Hanoi has put the outbreak under control, supported business and investment activities, […]

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 […]

CCB ramps up fintech efforts

The platform gathered a large amount of data from 54 provincial government departments, which accounted for 70 percent of the information on a business that client managers need to know when they conduct due diligence before a lending decision is made, said Zhang Yourong, spokesman of the CBIRC’s Zhejiang Office.

Coronavirus: Businesses count the cost of cancelled events

What’s off and what’s still on in Wales? Will I get a refund on my ticket if events are cancelled? How the virus has impacted sporting events around the world He said he was thankful for the UK government emergency grant scheme which gives grants of up to £25,000.

Government urged to create 600,000 new jobs to save workers from coronavirus fallout

The new posts the TUC is calling for in health, social care, education and local government will cost £20billion a year. Its report out today says the jobs would be made of staff required across the public sector to fill vacancies, address shortfalls and meet future needs.

It’s not ‘business as usual’ until Brexit. UK scientists are already feeling the effects

Building a consortium and producing a competitive proposal typically takes about 9-12 months. It then takes about another 9-12 months for the commission to evaluate proposals and establish formal contracts for the lucky winners. So if you have an idea for a project today, it will be about 18 to 24 months from now that […]

SIXTY THOUSAND Britons face a mad scramble to get home from seven Greek islands including Crete and Mykonos by 4am tomorrow – as flight prices TREBLE after Grant Shapps’ surprise quarantine

As many as 40 Tory MPs are preparing to rebel against 14-day quarantine ahead of a Commons debate on aviation on Thursday.Asked if the quarantine time could be cut to eight days, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told the BBC’s Andrew Maar Show: ‘The direction of travel will be making sure we have the capacity and […]

What Showbiz Is Looking For In The Next Coronavirus Relief Package

One of their main talking points is that they, along with many others in the industry, are “are mostly middle class workers who are typically ineligible for regular unemployment benefits because we qualify as self-employed freelancers. The rent, inexplicably, remains due. Bills need to be paid. Even those of us that are eligible for regular […]

Welcoming further FDI

Whilst the government has shown a strong intent to make both licensing and operations easier for both foreign-invested and local companies, this does not always translate to local levels. One major reform has been the move to an electronic tax managing system for businesses. In the past few years, it could take businesses two to […]