Vietnam had been adapting to the development of the global economy as well as science and technology in recent years, but the country was still facing issues such as laws, cyber security and privacy, as well as a shortage of expert IT staff. Vietnamese management agencies remained “confused” about new transport models such as Grab and Be, the seminar heard. … [Read more...] about Digital platforms improve competitiveness
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Similarly, Mr. Hai said BE has used quality and social responsibility in developing operations and attracting customer, rather than simply offering low prices. “If foreign rivals are willing to ‘burn money’ to offer cheap rides and attract users, BE will initially be at a disadvantage because consumers are very much interested in price first,” he added. … [Read more...] about Tech companies looking global
USAID’s Vietnam Mission Director Michael Greene said that through the five-year Trade Facilitation Program, USAID is supporting Vietnam in adopting and implementing a risk management approach to customs and specialized inspection agencies, which will strengthen the implementation of the World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement, of which both Vietnam and the US are members. … [Read more...] about USAID supports Vietnam in efforts to prevent trade fraud
Trafficking of pangolins is not uncommon in Vietnam though they are legally protected. Transporting and trading of wildlife is subject to fines of VND7- 400 million. … [Read more...] about Man faces $13,600 fine for trying to sell endangered pangolin
Many hospitals are now billed as the best hospitals reaching international standards. However, there has yet to be clear legislation on this issue. Therefore, hospitals add the word "international" to their names only to impress customers and make unsubstantiated claims about the quality of their services. … [Read more...] about Is international hospital really international?