Positive outlook for Viet Nam's entrepreneurs
(Oct 20, 2016)
Nina Vaca, US Presidential Ambassador for Global
Entrepreneurship gave advice to the many newly established businesses in
Viet Nam during her recent visit to Ha Noi. Her objective was to create
opportunities and expand global network exposure for entrepreneurs in
developing nations. She speaks to Viet Nam News about startups.
Viettel Group's General Deputy Director Le Dang Dzung is
in charge of international investment. He has travelled to over 100
countries to explore investment opportunities. Viettel is actively
preparing to enter the European market.
BAT Vietnam has won the 2016 HR Awards in the Manpower Planning
and Resourcing category. On the occasion, Peter Henriques, general
manager of BAT, East Asia, speaks about the award and what he thinks
about Vietnamese human resources.
Experts told media about fintech and cyber security in the sector during the annual banking seminar held in Ha Noi on Tuesday.
South Korea's Hanwha Life is one of the seven biggest life insurers in
Viet Nam after being in the country for more than seven years. Viet
Nam News asks chairman and CEO Back Jong Kook about the company's
strategy in Viet Nam and how the market features in its plans.
Despite Government efforts, domestic auto production has not yet
satisfied demand. Pham Anh Tuan, deputy director general of the
Department of Heavy Industry, talks with Ta Thu Giang about domestic automaking prospects.
Serial entrepreneur Hugh Mason, who co-founded JFDI in 2012, is one of the pioneers in Singapore's start-up ecosystem. JFDI (Joyful Frog Digital Innovation) inspired the first wave of innovators in the city-state.
The Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, Tran Quoc Khanh speaks to the
media about the ministry's efforts in administrative reforms.
Viet Nam News spoke to Dharmendra N. Choudhary, who is counsel to CS
Wind Vietnam, about the recent victory by the company in its appeal
before the US Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit (CAFC). Choudhary is a
widely acclaimed surrogate value expert. Excerpts from the interview.
Not shying away from talking about challenges or past failures, but
learning from them as great lessons, deputy chairman of BIM Group Doan Quoc Huy
has proven to be a fully-fledged successor who leads the diversified group to
overcome difficulties and affirm its solid position in the business world.
High stockpiles, coupled with fierce competition from cheap imported
steel, are hitting the domestic steel industry, an industry already
under scrutiny regarding its impacts on the environment. Ho Nghia Dung,
President of the Viet Nam Steel Association, speaks to bnews.vn about addressing these issues and about the ins and outs of steel production investment.