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“Namyang Dairy Products Co., Ltd sharing happiness with Vietnamese children”  (29/12/2009) 
Tin tuc Namyang Dairy Products Co., Ltd is founded in 1964, passing nearly 50 years of researching & developing to become the first leading company in Korea. Since the appearance in Vietnam in 2003, we have tried to strengthen mother’s belief by providing high- grade powder milk XO for pregnant women & children.Detail >>
A chance for export to Singapore  (19/08/2009) 
Tin tuc A company in Singapore needs to buy canned fruit and vegetables from VietnamDetail >>
Tax cuts extended to companies  (11/05/2009) 
Tin tuc HANOI – Certain companies will pay half of value added tax and 30% of corporate income tax as the Government has determined to pull the corporate sector out of the economic stress through tax breaks.Detail >>
Local garment producers see opportunities in Japan  (11/05/2009) 
Tin tuc Chairman of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas) Le Quoc An, who made a fact-finding tour of Japan in early April, has urged domestic garment companies to seize this “rare opportunity” to penetrate and step up exports to the Japanese market.Detail >>
Tra Vinh calls for investment in infrastructure  (08/05/2009) 
Tin tuc ECVN – The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh is drumming up local and foreign investment in infrastructure development and industrial sector projects. The province told a conference in HCMC on Tuesday that it needed huge funds for developing ports, roads, bridges, power supply systems and infrastructure to facilitate the development of the newly established Dinh An economic zone and industrial zones.Detail >>
Vietnam’s GDP grows slightly in Q1  (31/03/2009) 
Vietnam posts a gross domestic product growth rate of 3.1% in the year’s first quarter, the lowest quarterly result in as many years, but this still is an encouraging expansion given the global meltdown, the Ministry of Planning and Investment said on Wednesday.Detail >>
Foreign experts urge stronger admin reform to win investor confidence  (25/03/2009) 
Foreign experts have called on the Government to rapidly streamline administrative procedures to make life easier for businesses and thus win the confidence of foreign investors, particularly at a time of economic hardship.Detail >>
Typical Model for E-commerce application and VNPINFO 100 (18/03/2009)  (18/03/2009) 
Tin tuc The Typical Model launching ceremony for e-commerce application and the VNP - INFO100 award was successfully held in Nam Dinh Province on 17/3/2009 with the participation of more than 150 enterprises around the local area. Dozens of enterprises became members of the Model on the spot during the workshops at the Typical Model Exhibition. Binh Minh joint-stock commercial servive company, Anh Quyen private enterprise were a few of the first enterprises that took part in the Model.Detail >>
More job losses reported in city as slowdown bites  (11/03/2009) 
HCMC, the country’s largest economic center, has seen another 5,000 jobs lost since early February, taking to 24,000 the number of people who have become jobless since the global economic crisis began affecting Vietnam’s economy.Detail >>
Four thermal power plants to be built this year  (11/03/2009) 
The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) said it will start construction of four coal-fueled thermo-electric power plants with a combined capacity of 3,800 MW this year.Detail >>
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