Vietnam Briefing News

Each week we summarize the most recent, developing, and important Vietnam news into one easy to read digest. Here are the top recent Vietnam news summaries.

Vietnam News in Brief: Weekly Roundup March 24


A big real estate buy, an airport delayed, and 52 US business leaders on a trade mission–Here’s this week’s Vietnam News in Brief

Vietnam News in Brief: Weekly Roundup March 17


Interest rate cuts, a World Bank GDP growth forecast, and February customs data lead the Vietnam News in Brief this week.

Vietnam News in Brief: Weekly Roundup March 10


There’s a new app for recruiting seasonal workers, LNG may be on its way, and China’s Sunny Optical is eyeing a US$2.5 billion investment in Vietnam. Here’s this week’s Vietnam news in brief.

Vietnam News in Brief: Weekly Roundup March 3


Manufacturing has bounced back, the Germans are coming to build a recycling plant, and Skoda will be on the streets of Vietnam in May. Here’s this week’s Vietnam News in Brief.

Vietnam News in Brief: Week Ending February 24


Retail is booming, real estate is struggling, and investment is on the up and up. Here’s what happened in Vietnam this week.

Vietnam News in Brief: Weekly Roundup March 31


GDP growth down, foreign ownership in banking possibly up, and Dutch investments in Vietnamese wood and rooftop solar, in this week’s Vietnam News in Brief.

Vietnam’s Carbon Market: Progress Report


Vietnam has initiated its efforts towards establishing a carbon trading market, but there is still a considerable distance to cover. Let’s review the advancements made thus far.

Is Now the Right Time to Enter Vietnam’s Retail Market?


This year could be the perfect time to enter, or expand in, Vietnam’s retail market. There are, however, a few things foreign firms should know before they do.

How Supporting Industries Can Benefit from Adding Vietnam to Their China+1 Strategy


China plus-one strategies that include Vietnam don’t have to be limited to larger multinationals. Small and medium enterprises in supporting industries can benefit too, writes Filippo Bortoletti, Country Director, Dezan Shira & Associates Vietnam.

Can Vietnam Replace China? No, But it was Never Supposed to Either


An opinion piece pubished by Bloomberg titled ‘Trying to Replace China’s Supply Chains? Don’t Bother?’ was flawed on a number of levels, writes Dezan Shira and Associates, Head of Business Intelligence, Pritesh Samuel.

Explained: Vietnam’s Real Estate Market Turmoil


Vietnam’s real estate market has been struggling of late under the weight of a number of challenges. Here’s what foreign investors should know.

Investing in Vietnam’s Startup Sector: Latest Issue of Vietnam Briefing Magazine


We provide readers with an overview of Vietnam’s startup sector and key opportunities for foreign firms.

What’s Driving Mergers and Acquisitions in Vietnam’s Healthcare Sector?


Healthcare is one of several industries predicted to lead M&As in Vietnam in 2023. Here’s what’s happening in the sector and why it is ripe for M&A action.

India-Vietnam Look to Boost Trade in Agriculture


Stepping up trade in agricultural products between Vietnam and India is on the agenda of both countries. Here’s what it looks like at present.

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