In 2018, Vietnam’s economy grew the fastest since 2011 at over seven percent, driven by the rise in domestic demand, investments, and trade. Read more to know about the major sectors, trade figures, investments, and growth forecast for 2019.
Vietnam’s retail sales and consumer services grew by 11.7 percent in 2018, driven by the growth in domestic demand and the tourism industry. Read more to know about the major economic activities in the sector and their growth forecast till 2025.
In Vietnam, finding a good distribution partner, which can play an invaluable role in establishing brand recognition, sales channels, and effective distribution networks is a challenging and time-consuming process. Read more to know how to find distribution partners and the business matching service process in Vietnam.
The Vietnamese government has set several socio-economic goals for 2019 focusing on economic growth, inflation control, trade, and investment. Read more to know about the 2019 goals and how it compares to the 2018 government targets.
Hiring mid-level managers, who play a crucial role in various functions in an organization, is a major challenge for investors. Read more to know about the drivers of turnover and employee retention policies in Vietnam.
This article outlines Vietnam’s official public holidays in 2019, announced by Vietnam’s Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Vietnam’s wood exports, accounting for six percent of the global market share, are expected to reach a record-high in 2018. Read more to know about the wood processing industry, exports, major processing regions, and the impact of upcoming trade agreements and government programs.
Quang Ngai Province, with its low labor and land costs, ports, economic zones, and industrial parks, offers investors an opportunity to integrate into the early development phase of a province that is poised for rapid growth. Read more to know about the province, labor quality, industrial zones, infrastructure, and investment opportunities.
Vietnam released new regulations providing guidance on the procedures for inspection and verification of origin of exported goods, which will be in effect from December 14. Read more to know about the two forms of examination, examination of dossiers, and on-site verification at production establishments.
The China plus One Strategy in Vietnam, out now and available for download in the Asia Briefing Bookstore, explains the growing popularity of China plus one manufacturing. Read more to understand the market entry strategies, the differences between these locations, and the important role that rules of origin play for companies that are seeking to tap into Vietnam’s network of trade agreements.