It is high time for Vietnam's economy to make basic changes to meet new development requirements and grasp new opportunities brought about by deep and wide international integration.
If Vietnam's GDP grows by 5.6-5.8 percent in 2014 as economists predict, this will be the fourth year Vietnam has obtained a modest economic growth rate.
Global Shapers Community-Hanoi Hub in coordination with the World Economic Forum on October 9 held a press conference regarding the upcoming SHAPE Asia-Pacific 2014 workshop in Hanoi.
President of the Upper House of the National Diet of Japan, Masaaki Yamazaki on October 7 said Japanese companies are confident and optimistic about the long-term prospects for investing in Vietnam and HCM City.
Laos' Prime Minister Thongsinh Thammavong on September 25 received Vuong Dinh Hue, Head of the Economic Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee, during which a stronger bilateral economic relationship was...
Moody's has placed six Vietnamese banks on positive outlook, the credit rating agency announced on its website on September 22.
The country's total means of payment next year will increase roughly by 16% to 18% against December, according to the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
Whether Vietnamese labourers can rise to the occasion and seize the opportunities presented by ASEAN regional integration and the complimentary process of globalization, is highly dependent upon their foresight and preparedness.
With its improved living conditions, high economic growth and rising demand for senior professionals, Vietnam is considered an attractive spot for skilled foreign workers, according to Careerintelligence.
Cabinet members called for maximum efforts in achieving this year's economic growth target of 5.