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No immediate Brexit impact on UK trade: expert No immediate Brexit impact on UK trade: expert

Great Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) will not immediately affect trade relations between Viet Nam and Britain, an official from the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) said.


National CPI reaches 5-year high in June National CPI reaches 5-year high in June

Viet Nam's consumer price index (CPI) rose by 0.46 per cent month-on-month in June, the highest June increase recorded over the last five years, the General Statatistics Office (GSO) announced yesterday.


Unbalanced property market development fears Unbalanced property market development fears

Early alarm bells have been rung about the potential unbalanced development in supply and demand in the realty market.


Decrees must help businesses: PM Decrees must help businesses: PM

New decrees are to liberate productive forces, facilitate businesses and people, and drive development, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said yesterday.



Wood exports to fall short of expectation Wood exports to fall short of expectation

(Jun 29, 2016)

The export revenue of timber and woodwork products is projected to reach US$7.4 billion, $200 million less than the target set for the sector this year.

Retailers ask Gov't for incentives

The local retail community has asked the Government to develop policies to help the industry compete with foreign counterparts as a more liberal trade environment has intensified competition in recent years.

Businesses urged to promote GIs

Registration of geographical indications (GIs) is a good way to protect trademarks, improve a business' position in the world market and easily enter demanding markets, including the EU, experts said.

VN firms urged to learn more about trade defence

Vietnamese firms should learn more about trade defence instruments allowed under the WTO and jointly use them to protect themselves, a seminar heard in HCM City yesterday.

Cuban, Vietnamese businesses seek more opportunities

Cuban and Vietnamese firms met yesterday at an event held by the Embassy of Cuba in Viet Nam and by the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to seek business opportunities and enhance co-operation.

Interflour to launch malting plant in VN

Interflour, one of the largest flour millers in Asia, has started to build its first malting plant in Viet Nam to meet the demands of domestic beer companies.

Viet Nam business forum held in Australia

Nearly 100 overseas Vietnamese businesspeople gathered at a forum in Melbourne, Australia, on June 28 to explore investment opportunities in Viet Nam.

VN remains among fastest emerging retail markets

Viet Nam has continuously been listed among the world's top 30 fastest emerging global retail markets since 2008, according to the Global Retail Development Index (GFDI) ranking.

HN seeks higher business ranking

Ha Noi will give priority to improving its business climate and competitive capacity, aiming to be among the top 10 localities nationwide in the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) by 2020.

GDP growth up 5.52% in H1 of 2016

Viet Nam's GDP growth  expanded an estimated 5.52 per cent in the first six months of the year, down from 6.32 per cent over the same period last year.

VN experts mull impact of Brexit

A minister said the British vote to leave the European Union (EU) would not have immediate impacts on Viet Nam, but long-term impacts must be taken into account.

AirAsia offers free seats on promotion VN-Malaysia routesAirAsia offers free seats on promotion VN-Malaysia routes

AirAsia has announced a Free Seats promotion for selected flights departing from Viet Nam to Malaysia, including routes from HCM City to Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Penang.

Brexit could impact VN's garment industryBrexit could impact VN's garment industry

In 2015, Viet Nam's export value for textile and garment products to the European Union accounted for some 19-20 per cent of national revenue from textile and garment exports, with the United Kingdom contributing nearly 4 per cent.

Illegal dismissal of employees a criminal liability Illegal dismissal of employees a criminal liability

Since July 01, 2016, the legal representatives of enterprises that illegally dismiss their employees can be imprisoned for three months to three years under the provisions of the 2015 Criminal Code.

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