In fact, bánh căn businesses in Đà Lạt prepare their sauce in various ways. One place may mix in a lot more chili and extra fish sauce to make the sauce even richer, whereas another will add a few small slices of sour mango to the broth, giving it a hint of fruity sourness. … [Read more...] about Đà Lạt’s bánh căn: creamy goodness
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The biggest challenge in the industry is a lack of input materials when until now, we still rely heavily on raw materials from non-CPTPP member countries. Meanwhile, the development planning of the industry and material areas are also lacking and incomplete. In the long term, businesses have to step up their games by localising input materials, but it needs a hands-on approach from the government. The supply chain will ensure Vietnam takes advantage of FTAs that it signed and reaches sustainable development goals. … [Read more...] about Textile sector set for success
APEC carried a lot of weight this year for Vietnam and Da Nang. Vietnam’s wish to wrap up the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal although Canada at some point wanted to back out for reasons unknown was the big item. The idea was the deal would act as a ‘counterweight’ to the immense power of Chinese economic influence. With the country hoping to expand export markets further, it would have been an unexpected blow had Canada really left the negotiation table. … [Read more...] about APEC and Damrey in Vietnam: Whew! It’s over!
Voice recognition technology, artificial intelligence (A.I), blockchain and big data are the major trends at startups in Vietnam in 2020. “In just several more years, Vietnam will have many good engineers in AI and the number of startups in AI will be increasing,” Hung said. … [Read more...] about AI is trend at Vietnam’s startups