Last week, Vietnam released its Resource Mobilisation Plan (RMP) for the Just Energy Transition Partnership it formed last year. But the RMP is just one pillar of a multifaceted approach to Vietnam’s green energy transition, in this article Vietnam briefing looks at one other: the National Strategy on Green Growth Strategy.
Vietnam and Luxembourg celebrated 50 years of diplomatic relations last month. To mark the occasion, Vietnam Briefing looks at the trading relationship between these two countries.
Vietnam’s Just Energy Partnership Resource Mobilization Plan (JETP-RMP) has been completed and was presented last Friday at the Conference of Parties 28 in Dubai. Here are the key takeaways from the plan.
Vietnam is among the world’s biggest cinnamon exporters though this is mostly raw product with little value added. This could be an opportunity for foreign food processing firms to enter the market in a myriad of ways. In this article, we discuss what those ways are.
Vietnam Briefing outlines Vietnam’s official public holidays in 2024. Businesses should take note of the holiday schedule and plan accordingly.
In a busy week at Vietnam’s National Assembly, a VAT tax reduction has been approved alongside a top-up tax in response to the OECD Global Minimum Tax initiative. Here’s the details.
Vietnam is becoming an increasingly attractive destination for mergers and acquisitions (M&As), and the country’s real estate sector is a major contributor to this trend. Here’s what firms should know about due diligence in real estate M&As.
As the year draws to a close, firms will likely need to perform a stock take. With this in mind, the Vietnam Briefing runs through what firms need to do to ensure their stock take is as simple, quick, and effective as possible.
Navigating foreign loans in Vietnam demands a nuanced grasp of regulations and key considerations. Here’s a short overview of what foreign firms should know.
The Vietnamese film “Tet o lang Dia Nguc” (Hellbound Village) occupied the top spot for weeks in Vietnam on streaming platforms Netflix and K+ Original, proof that Vietnamese films are becoming increasingly popular. This presents myriad investment opportunities for foreign movie makers, investors, and distributors. Here’s where they are.