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Vietnam: Digital economy vital for MSME growth

HCM CITY — The digital economy and e-commerce are opening up opportunities for micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to connect to global value chains, allowing access to regional and global markets, experts said at a workshop held on Tuesday in HCM City. The challenge for MSMEs is to improve their capabilities and incorporate new strategies, skills […]

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Made-in-Vietnam giant cranes exported to India

QUANG NGAI — The second batch of made-in-Vietnam ship-to-shore cargo container cranes is headed to India. Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam (Doosan Vina) has shipped three Rail Mounted Quayside Cranes (RMQC) to India as part of its contract to supply 12 RMQC cranes to Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Private Limited (BMCTPL). Yeon In Jung, CEO and general […]

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Industrial revolution 4.0: Vietnamese enterprises gain head start by taking shortcut

The Hanoitimes – Industrial revolution 4.0 is near approaching, inevitably, it will affect our life in various way. As such, enterprises must understand the industrial revolution 4.0’s characteristics and impact for efficient operation and integrate in a new era. Turning direction of business and production On September 10, the conference of Industrial revolution 4.0 and strategy […]

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Vietnam: Consumers increasingly tech-savvy: Nielsen

HANOI —Vietnam is home to a growing number of tech-savvy “connected consumers” that global corporations will increasingly seek to court, according to a study conducted by Nielsen in cooperation with Demand Institute. The study found that companies looking for growth opportunities are increasingly unable to target the traditional middle class, whose incomes have grown sluggishly […]

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Vietnam: Leather, shoe exports top $9.6b

HCM CITY — Leather and footwear exports in the first eight months topped US$9.64 billion, a year-on-year increase of 12.2 per cent, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. They went to 100 countries, with the US, EU, Japan, China, and South Korea being the main buyers, it said. Foreign companies accounted for more than 81 […]

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