TAL's garment factory starts operations in Vinh Phuc
(Oct 21, 2016)
Hong Kong-based TAL Apparel Group's US$50 million garment factory in northern Vinh Phuc Province has started operations.
National carrier Vietnam Airlines will start a direct route between Ha
Noi and Sydney in April 2017, it announced at the Australian capital on
Vietnamese enterprises, especially small- and
medium-sized ones, should increase the use of e-commerce to boost their
exports and showcase their products to potential partners globally, a
seminar heard in HCM City on october 20.
Vietnamese and Chinese businesses are encouraged to broaden trade
co-operation in order to achieve the 2017 objective of bilateral trade
worth US$100 billion, said Minister Counsellor at the Embassy of Viet
Nam in China Nguyen Dac Thanh at a trade promotion workshop held in
Hunan Province, China on Wednesday.
Improving enforcement of intellectual property rights
(IPR) would assist the process of technology transfers, develop new
products and motivate the creativity of the business community, speakers
said during a conference in Ha Noi.
Vietnamese firms must draw up long-term business
strategies to exploit opportunities in the European Union (EU), as the
EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will come into force by 2018.
With a world-class furniture and chemical emissions testing laboratory
expected to open in the country early next year, furniture manufacturers
will be able to save money and expand into global markets.
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) and Coca-Cola
Beverages Vietnam Limited have signed a memorandum of understanding
(MoU) aimed at increasing the use of renewable energy in Viet Nam.
A delegation of Bulgarian enterprises led by Bojidar Loukasky, Bulgarian minister of economy, visited Binh Duong on October 19.
The draft law on support for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
will be discussed at the 14th National Assembly's second meeting
sessions which opens today, heard a conference on October 19.
The Government and its agencies will have to make their best efforts to
ensure inflation growth stays below 5 per cent at the end of this year,
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said at a meeting on October 19.