Japanese businesses seek VN aviation industry investment opportunitie
(Aug 04, 2015)
A delegation of Japanese businesses that specialise in manufacturing
aircraft spare parts and devices visited Viet Nam to seek opportunities
in the aviation industry.
Siemens, one of the multinational companies to have established
technology centre in China at a very early stage, has doubled its
investment over the last decade to enhance R&D capabilities in the
The Quy Nhon General Port in central Binh Dinh Province has been
overloaded in recent years, having to handle nearly 2.5 times its
designed capacity annually.
The Government has required relevant ministries and organisations to
clarify whether US producers are selling cheap frozen chicken legs on
the Vietnamese market.
The southern province of Dong Nai attracted 57 foreign direct
investment (FDI) projects worth US$1.1 billion, according to the
provincial Department of Planning and Investment.
With the trend towards deeper integration, Vietnamese firms in
logistics and supply chain management need to become more competitive to
stay afloat, according to the Viet Nam Logistics Association.
A continuous improvement in domestic revenue collection (excluding
collection from crude oil) in the last months of the year will help the
country meet the State budget estimates for 2015.
Viet Nam is the country likely to achieve the biggest GDP increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Viet Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.
A Food Fair and a Travel and Wellness Fair opened on August 1 at SC
VivoCity Shopping Mall in HCM City's District 7 to mark Singapore's 50th
anniversary and will go on until August 9.
A slump in tourism has hit the HCM City's hotel market, which saw a drop
in the average rate of reserved rooms in the first six months of the
year compared to the previous five years.
Vietnamese enterprises have been urged to actively learn about the
preparations for self-issuing a certificate of origin before the
upcoming free trade agreements (FTAs) go into effect.