The industry should make changes to its planning as it is enjoying fresh, lucrative development opportunities stemming from the country’s joining of bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements, she said. Vitas Chairman Vu Duc Giang said the country is having an advantageous productive working-age population, which would greatly support the textile and garment industry’s expansion so the Government should devise a strategy towards making the industry keep up with the country’s integration pace. To help its members optimise opportunities from free trade agreements, Vitas has suggested that the Government should fine-tune the textile and garment industry development strategy that was approved by the Prime Minister in decision No. 36/2008/QĐ-TTg dated March 30, 2008 and the Ministry of Industry and Trade in decision No. 3218/QĐ-BCT dated April 11, 2014. It has proposed the Government to envisage a development strategy by 2040 so the textile and garment … [Read more...] about Textile & garment sector needs new development strategy
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Development of the night-time economy has been a topic of discussion among government agencies. Tran Dinh Thien, a respected economist, pointed out that the underdevelopment of a night-time economy is one reason behind the low revenue in the tourism industry. According to a businessman who has been in Hoi An for a long time, it is not easy to organize such an event. The organization board has to ask for permission from local authorities and seek support from relevant units to ensure the smooth operation of the event. … [Read more...] about How can VN night-time economy develop?
Currently, the carrier serves eight flights a day to Phuket/Chiang Mai, three flights a day to Chiang Rai, two flights a day to Udon Thani/ Krabi/ Hat Yai/ Khon Kaen in which the flight frequency for Suvarnabhumi - Hat Yai service will be increased to three flights a day from August 15, 2020. The airline will also inaugurate the Suvarnabhumi-Nakhon Si Thammarat flight on August 6, 2020. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES AUGUST 5
Hanoi (VNA) – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on August 4 lauded wholehearted contributions of medical staff to the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. In a letter sent to staff of the health care sector, the Prime Minister emphasised that Vietnam has entered a new stage of the pandemic with more complicated developments and quick spread to various localities, including major cities, and several health workers have contracted the disease. In response to Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong’s appeal and with the stance of “fighting the disease like fighting the enemy,” the entire political system and people have joined hands in combating the disease, Phuc wrote, adding that the Government has urged more drastic and synchronous measures to deal with the hotbeds, especially in central Da Nang city and Quang Nam province. The Government leader hailed “soldiers in white blouses” for exerting every effort to trace and quarantine … [Read more...] about PM encourages “soldiers in white blouses” in COVID-19 fight
At the reception, the two sides held that under the cooperation in the framework of the Inter-Governmental Coordinating Committee for the Vietnam-Russia Tropical Center, the center is the bilateral cooperation mechanism, which symbolizes the sound and effective relationship between Vietnam and Russia. … [Read more...] about Deputy Defense Minister hosts Russian Ambassador