Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Tan Dung, who is also vice chairman of the national committee for PWDs, said Plan 1019, a major programme showing the Party and State’s attention to the disabled, has helped raise sectors and authorities’ awareness of and sense of responsibility towards PWDs, improve the group’s material and spiritual lives, and remove social barriers, thus creating equal chances for them to access basic social services, tap into their ability, and integrate into society. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 27
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In addition to co-investment in capital contribution, the three fund founders are SSIAM, CTB, and MIC will coordinate with each other in all aspects such as the management of fund operations, capital mobilisation, enterprise appraisal, and investment decision making. SSIAM, as the “host”, is responsible for finding, approaching, and negotiating investment opportunities in potential businesses in the Vietnamese market. Furthermore, the investment team of SSIAM will directly participate in the Board of Directors of the investee enterprises to improve management capacity and operational efficiency for the business, as well as protect investors' interests. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 19
Accordingly, VinSmart is responsible for developing and supplying an 8T8R radio unit (RU); an 8T8R antenna; and a Massive MIMO Radio 64T64R (integrated with both RU and Antenna); VHT research and development of signal processing equipment (CU-DU); 5G core network system; providing 5G service and new technologies such as Beamforming and Multi User Massive Mimo, which also provide high-speed service to many users. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 22
Texhong’s fresh moves are ascribed to various reasons, with one of which being said to result from the temporary US halt in importing products stemming from Xinjiang province over accusations of forced labour. This issue has been swirling for over a year, with the US prohibiting the import of items made by one firm in the province last October. As a result, the potential risk of boycotting products originating from the area may be the main reason behind Texhong’s enhanced investment in Vietnam, as the country’s textile and garment sector is submerged in adversity over the health crisis. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 18
However, some enterprises are complaining that the 2 per cent they have to pay to the Trade Union each month is too high, particularly in the present context of the COVID-19 pandemic. At present, enterprises are facing many difficulties and challenges, so I think the National Standing Committee or the Government will have the final say on what fees will be exempt or reduced. … [Read more...] about Should Trade Union fees be cut below 2 per cent?