Enterprises face dual difficulties

Enterprises face dual difficulties

The transportation sector has been seriously affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, with high gasoline prices, most transport enterprises suffer more difficulties.
E-invoices bring many long-run benefits

E-invoices bring many long-run benefits

From November, Ho Chi Minh City-based enterprises have officially applied electronic invoices (e-invoices) following new regulations. Many businesses worried whether the e-invoices would be complicated, increase costs, or congest the network? These concerns have been thoroughly answered by tax authorities, and businesses will also receive additional benefits when applying technology in management.
Labor market becomes vibrant again

Labor market becomes vibrant again

After the fourth Covid-19 pandemic, more than 1.3 million workers have returned to work in Ho Chi Minh City. Many enterprises have been urgently recruiting workers to resume operations in the new normal period and prepare orders for the Lunar New Year. The labor market is vibrant in the unskilled, mid-level, and senior labor segments.
Solutions to ensure dual goal of HCMC

Solutions to ensure dual goal of HCMC

After entering the stage of socio-economic recovery and development for more than a month, Ho Chi Minh City still faces many unprecedented difficulties and challenges. The most difficult problem for enterprises currently is the increase in production costs due to measures to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as obstacles in inter-provincial transportation of goods and labor shortage.
Enterprises both prevent epidemics, stabilize production

Enterprises both prevent epidemics, stabilize production

The Management Board of Saigon High-Tech Park (SHTP), the Department of Information and Communications of Ho Chi Minh City, the Hi-tech Enterprise Association, and FPT Software yesterday jointly organized a virtual seminar "Safe adaptation and effective solutions in the new normal."
Enterprises strive to resume export orders

Enterprises strive to resume export orders

Despite the complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, the export turnover of Vietnam still achieved positive results of US$27 billion in September, down 0.8 percent compared to the previous month and 0.6 percent year-on-year. As soon as Ho Chi Minh City gradually reopens, many enterprises accelerate export activities.
HCMC has many policies to support enterprises recover production

HCMC has many policies to support enterprises recover production

Vice Chairwoman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Phan Thi Thang said that the central government and the city would have many policies to support establishments and enterprises to restore production and business activities.
Enterprises ready for new normal

Enterprises ready for new normal

Many enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City have taken actions in preparation for reoperation after prolonged social distancing.
HCMC building coordination plan to facilitate workers' return to factories

HCMC building coordination plan to facilitate workers' return to factories

Enterprises are looking forward to the day Ho Chi Minh City reopens to restore production but cannot help worry about a labor shortage and safe conditions for operations and production. That is also the concern of a large number of workers who have been unemployed for many months and are longing for the day they return to work.
Enterprises flexibly maintain production to retain partners

Enterprises flexibly maintain production to retain partners

Eighteen percent of orders of European enterprises have moved out of Vietnam. Previously, many large FDI enterprises of Japan and South Korea had also informed Vietnamese enterprises producing supporting industrial products about moving some orders to neighboring countries. To avoid the risk of disruption in the domestic supply chain, Vietnamese enterprises have applied many solutions to maintain production.