Vietnam Briefing highlights government directives and ways that businesses can ensure production during Vietnam’s fourth wave of the pandemic.
Vietnam reached an agreement with the US regarding its practices on currency, marking an end to the dispute, and for Vietnam no threat of tariffs.
When closing a business in Vietnam investors must be fully aware of the responsibilities they face in dissolving or terminating a company.
Vietnam issued Decree 70 adding new regulations related to cross-border advertising services. The Decree will take effect on September 15, 2021.
In this Q&A with Dustin Daugherty, we look at steps to set up a factory in Vietnam, assessing a manufacturing location, and practical steps to do so.
Vietnam’s Hai Phong has quickly emerged as an investor’s favorite due to its infrastructure, ports, industrial zones, and strategic location.
Ben Tre province has emerged as a strong contender for investors in the Mekong Delta calling for investments in renewables and hi-tech industries, among others.
Vietnam Briefing examines Vietnam as a China plus one alternate production location and compares it with its regional peers.
Vietnam Briefing outlines a financial assistance package that has been issued by the government for businesses and employees affected by the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Vietnam’s transport ministry announced a transport infrastructure plan until 2030, estimated to cost between US$43 billion and US$65 billion.