VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Communist Party saw the risk of lagging behind 30 years ago. In the Resolution of the 7th Communist Party Congress and the resolutions of the next congresses, lagging behind was mentioned as a ‘risk’. The economic lag was manifested by many indicators, including productivity, competitiveness and GDP per capita.In comparison with the world Hai Loc … [Read more...] about Where is Vietnam on the world’s economic map?
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The Hanoitimes - The Telegraph has announced its list of the most popular charity challenges in the world and Vietnam is on it. Beaches, temples and rice paddies in Vietnam have been ranked 15th among the 20 most popular charity challenges in the world, according to a list released by The Telegraph, a UK daily newspaper. Cycle Vietnam from north to south. Photo: Getty Images The Telegraph advises travelers that a 250-mile (400km) cycle from the north to the south of Vietnam, starting in the capital Hanoi and pedaling down to Ho Chi Minh City. From Hanoi, the cycle heads for Hue, which is lined with ancient temples and tombs before stopping at Hoi An, a colonial city with riverside cafés, colonial architecture and a patchwork of rice paddies and sandy beach. Then it’s off to My Son, the site of Vietnam’s most extensive Cham remains, set in a jungle valley. You’ll follow nature’s trail all the way to the Marble Mountains and to Da Nang before … [Read more...] about Vietnam shines in Telegraph’s list most popular charity challenges in the world
Vietnam can expect its fintech ecosystem to grow in the near future should it pay attention to the funding issue, growing talent in the field, and a legal framework to support such growth. Vietnam is currently ranked second in the number of incubator, accelerator, and innovation labs in the region, behind only Singapore. This is a positive signal for the development of fintech in Vietnam. The country has another advantage in being a young and digitally savvy economy. As per an EY report, around 90 per cent of payments are still in cash. That is the reason why Vietnamese fintech startups have strong focus on payment—47 per cent specialises in this sub-sector, ranking highest in the region. There are also some fintech associations in Vietnam where fintech startups can gather to update, improve their knowledge, seek support, share experiences, and develop a legal framework for this industry. “Fintech companies are still small in scale and the policies and regulations for … [Read more...] about E&Y: Where is fintech in Vietnam?
Female leaders are no longer a novelty. In many countries, women have been entrusted with major positions in the state apparatus or in large companies. An interesting conversation with Pamela Phua, new general director of AkzoNobel Vietnam, will help us discover the greatness in modern female leadership. Pamela Phua - General director of AkzoNobel Vietnam What do you think is the role of women's leadership in modern society? What challenges and opportunities await female leaders? I think the most important role of a female leader is to do her job well for all female and male colleagues. When running the company, she needs to break the barrier to inspire employees, helping them maximise their capacity. Female leaders always come up with different approaches to solve problems in a flexible way to encourage people's interactions and cooperation in a diverse environment. The inspirational power of a female leader always comes from wisdom, soul, and a heart that always wants to … [Read more...] about Inspirational female leader in the new age
Better safety performance for VN: Climbing the ranks of the world’s safest countries Keeping people safe is one of society’s most important responsibilities. Safety is about the commitment to doing the right things to protect people, families and communities whether they are in public, on the roads, at work or simply going about their daily lives at home. VietNamNet Bridge would like to introduce an article by safety expert David Wroth, who is Director of Data Science of the Underwriters Laboratories (UL), which makes the annual UL Safety Index. Mr. David Wroth Each year, our organization conducts a global analysis of safety performance, and as a result we have a good indicator of which countries are the best at keeping their citizens safe, which are the most challenged, and which are making progress or falling behind. The UL Safety Index™ is based on data-science and algorithms, and it is designed to help policy makers, leaders and civic organizations … [Read more...] about Better safety performance for VN: Climbing the ranks of the world’s safest countries