As the app-based taxi services are no longer only restricted in five provinces and cities but now expanded nationwide, more people are having chances to travel safely and at reasonable prices. This has also helped create jobs for more drivers who feel more assured as the services have been approved. … [Read more...] about Ride-hailing firms officially operate in Vietnam
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LMG is the first in Viet Nam to offer “Reveal by Xsensor”, a machine that measures body pressure to advise the mattress and pillows that best fit each customer, guiding them through the brand and product selection. LMG views the shopping experience as a journey, to help consumers understand the uniqueness of the product brands and what is the right product for their bodies. … [Read more...] about US mattress company eyes Viet Nam’s enormous potential
Vietnam’s government has reacted to the pandemic early and fiercely. Schools were closed, events were cancelled, the population was reminded to be careful, and now, borders were closed and entry to the country has been restricted. Nevertheless, nowhere in Vietnam was any sign of a similar panic to what can be seen now in the increasingly hectic European Union. After the danger had initially seemed to be ignored in the West, headlessness is now apparent. Moreover, thanks to the starving European Central Bank’s (ECB) policy of recent years, essential monetary policy instruments are now missing in the EU. This is different in Vietnam, as we shall see. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?
Indeed, SEA is taking advantage of the e-commerce business to expand to other sectors like financial services. The Singaporean group has been attempting to get a license for e-bank business in the country. That is also the reason why SEA keeps pouring capital into Shopee despite it burning through capital in the blink of an eye. … [Read more...] about Should SEA Group stop pouring capital in Shopee?
According to the firms, the major problem for 2020 is the global supply chain, which has been interrupted and remained stagnant since the end of the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday in late January as the coronavirus pandemic has hit the entire global economy, forcing businesses to close temporarily. … [Read more...] about Few pharma firms eye big earnings growth in 2020