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Ventilator Made in Vietnam in Covid-19 fight

Ventilator Made in Vietnam in Covid-19 fight

15:05 | 04/04/2020

The Government of Vietnam has recently asked the Ministry of Health to work closely with domestic businesses to manufacture ventilators for hospitals across the country to treat patients infected with contagious diseases, including the COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

National Assembly to ratify EVFTA at upcoming session

National Assembly to ratify EVFTA at upcoming session

05:57 | 04/04/2020

The National Assembly’s Standing Committee has said it will consider the European-Vietnam free trade agreement (EVFTA) at its 44th session slated for mid-April and submit it to the upcoming plenary session of the National Assembly for ratification.

Proactive approach needed to take advantage of EVFTA

Proactive approach needed to take advantage of EVFTA

16:43 | 03/04/2020

The Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Vietnam (EVFTA) is stepping into the final stage before coming into force, opening up a new potential market for Vietnamese enterprises. A proactive approach to master the market is necessary for Vietnam businesses to seize the opportunities from this trade deal. 

Adversities of Covid-19 pandemic can bring businesses opportunities

Adversities of Covid-19 pandemic can bring businesses opportunities

09:08 | 02/04/2020

Sometimes, adversities bring wisdom and innovation, Vietnamese businesses amid the dark coronavirus cloud are trying their best to find opportunities, and it's high time right now to innovate new products out of unsold export items and reconnect with domestic suppliers. 

Toyota, Honda, Hyundai halt production in Vietnam due to coronavirus

Toyota, Honda, Hyundai halt production in Vietnam due to coronavirus

16:01 | 01/04/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the production of automobile manufactures in Vietnam. Most recently, Vietnam-based Hyundai assembler TC Motor and Honda Vietnam have shut down their plants for two weeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the companies said on Wednesday.    

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