Hoi An City Under the agreement, TMG will support the province to form mechanism of public- private partnerships to raise fund for the tourism development, carry out travel and tourism marketing campaigns on social media sites of Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Tiktok, the official sites of the National Tourism Year 2022 and the provincial Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism. The National Tourism Year 2022 will officially kick off on March 25 in Hoi An City in Quang Nam Province, featuring 59 activities that will take place from now until the end of this year. It’s an opportunity for tourism recovery after Covid-19 pandemic and a chance for Quang Nam tourism to draw local and foreign visitors and promote its tourism development, contributing to the socio-cultural development of the province. Activities in responding to National Tourism Year 2022 will take place in cities and provinces across the country, contributing to recovering tourism post pandemic; and … [Read more...] about Quang Nam forms tourism marketing plan for National Tourism Year 2022
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Over the past two years, whilst the Covid-19 pandemic was raging over economies, coffee prices on both the derivatives market and domestic market have taken great strides. The following article tries to provide some answers to the question as to how coffee prices would be like this year. Coffee price hikes? Yes, that’s right because the London Robusta coffee price, which has been used by Vietnamese coffee traders as a benchmark, escalated from US$1,073 per ton in April 2020 to US$2,384 on December 30, 2021. Meanwhile, the New York Arabica coffee price soared from 92.70 cents/lb in May 2020 to 252.35 cents/lb, or a surge of 159.65 cents/lb equivalent to +US$3,520/ton, on December 7, 2021. That was the highest price over the past 10 years. Local coffee prices also surged, albeit at a lower rate, to around VND42 million/ton, the highest level over the past four years. The price hikes prove that the prediction of the 10-year coffee price cycle made by observers well-versed with … [Read more...] about Some scenarios for coffee prices in 2022
The National Startup Festival 2022 honours outstanding projects last year. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The National Startup Festival 2022 took place in Hanoi on January 19, gathering policymakers; startup accelerators, mentors and advisers; investors; business leaders and representatives of international organisations. The 19th edition of the annual event was hosted by the Business Forum Magazine under the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI). In his opening remarks, VCCI President Pham Tan Cong said Vietnam, like many countries around the world, was facing various challenges caused by the uncertainties of the COVID-19 last year. Vietnam has suffered a tough blow from the pandemic as for the first time in the history, the economy declined 6 percent in the third quarter of 2021, he said. The resilience of enterprises and rise of entrepreneurial spirit in Vietnam remained bright spot of the economy despite all the difficulties, he noted, adding that last … [Read more...] about National Startup Festival returns in 2022
Vietnam will reduce the excise tax and registration fee placed on electric cars, with these two preferential policies anticipated to become a lever in which the local electric vehicle market, which is in its infancy, can quickly develop in 2022. New preferential policies for electric vehicle manufacturing The electric vehicle market has great potential for strong development in Vietnam though it is in its infancy. Under a Decree recently issued by the Government, battery-powered electric cars are to be exempt from the registration fee for three years, starting from March 1. The fee shall be paid at a rate equal to 50% of the fee for petrol and diesel fueled cars with the same number of seats over the next two years. New models on the horizon … [Read more...] about Vietnam expects new wave of electric vehicles in 2022
'Great things often come from the simplest things'. This might be the best description for the tech world in 2022. The key technologies of the future come from the research and development labs. Self-driving cars will appear on the streets, augmented reality glasses will become more popular, governments around the world will control Big Tech more strictly… 2022 may be the pivotal year for many new technologies to take off. Emerging technologies Rodney Zemmel, an official at McKinsey Digital, said quantum computing is still at a relatively early stage of development. However, we've already seen the real advancements of this technology, and it's time for technology leaders to consider its impact on business. In 2022, the world will see the ecosystem grow faster, investments increase more strongly, and breakthrough research accelerated. In 2021, investments in quantum computing startups surpassed US$1.7 billion, doubling that in 2020. The momentum is expected to be … [Read more...] about What should we expect in the world of technology in 2022?
Bilateral trade between Viet Nam and the UK surpasses US$6 billion in 2021.— VNA/VNS Photo Although the UKVFTA has been in effect for just a year, it has brought a noticeable increase in trade between Viet Nam and the UK, according to Luong Hoang Thai, director of Multilateral Trade Policy Department under Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT). At a seminar discussing e-commerce under the UKVFTA on January 18, Thai said bilateral trade surpassed US$6 billion in 2021. Compared to the pre-agreement period, Viet Nam’s exports went up 16.4 per cent and the UK’s exports 23.6 per cent. However, Vietnamese goods took up just a tiny part (0.88 per cent) of the UK’s total imports. The same is also true for British goods. That means there is still plenty of room for trade growth, and Vietnamese firms could rely on online platforms to expand their market reach in the UK, Thai added. Oliver Todd, British Consul General in HCM City, noted that the pandemic has given fresh impetus to Viet … [Read more...] about E-commerce in UKVFTA the key to trade growth between Viet Nam and the UK