Businesses want autonomy in fight against pandemic

Businesses want autonomy in fight against pandemic

The sincerest expectation of businesses when the economy is finally allowed to reopen again is to be given the right to autonomy and self-reliance, whereby businesses will be fully responsible for further prevention of the pandemic as well as run their own business operations. 
Ministry asks Government to reconsider '3-on-site' production model

Ministry asks Government to reconsider '3-on-site' production model

The Ministry of Planning and Investment yesterday said the Government should allow enterprises to actively deploy production and business plans suitable with their own circumstance and reconsider the "3-on-site" model due to high operating costs.
Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

The Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (Hepza), on August 21, issued an urgent document No.2428 on strengthening some measures to prevent and control the pandemic in export processing zones and industrial parks in the city.
Ministry ensures supply of essential goods

Ministry ensures supply of essential goods

While chairing an urgent online meeting with 63 provinces and cities on strengthening the prevention of the Covid-19 epidemic in industrial and commercial establishments yesterday, Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien ensured the supply of essential products under any circumstances in the coming time.

 

Electronic component production at MTEX Company (Japan) in HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

FDI enterprises expand their supply chains in Vietnam

The risk of a new outbreak of Covid-19 in Europe and the US has been raising concerns that supply chains of raw materials for production will break again. Therefore, foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises that manufacture end products in Vietnam have been accelerating their capacity to expand domestic supply chains.
People go shopping at Aeon Mall, a supermarket invested by a Japanese enterprise. (Photo: SGGP)

FTAs lure foreign investment capital into Vietnam

As of early September this year, the total foreign investment in Vietnam reached US$19.5 billion, down 13.7 percent over the same period last year. However, among 1,797 newly-licensed projects, the registered capital reached $9.7 billion, up 6.6 percent in registered capital over the same period last year. This shows that the new-generation investment attraction policies have been gradually brought into play.
A paper mill is under construction in Hiep Phuoc Industrial Park in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

Investment capital pumped heavily into HCMC

In the first quarter of this year, domestic and foreign investment capital flow still poured heavily into export processing zones and industrial parks in Ho Chi Minh City which shows that the city is a safe destination for the investment of enterprises.