VietNamNet Bridge - The biggest risk for Vietnamese rice growers is not the weather or the market but policies, from exchange rate policy to tax policy to a range of other policies. VietNamNet would like to introduce the next part of the roundtable discussion on a quarter … [Read more...] about Rice exports: Why are Vietnam’s miracle-makers still poor?
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Christmas in Vietnam feels like Valentine's Day, Mid-Autumn Festival, and Halloween all rolled into one. "See you next Sunday for your second lesson," Thang, my driving instructor said after my first time behind the wheel of his old black Mazda. A few days later, my brother … [Read more...] about A Christmas card from Hanoi: Why I stopped caring about Jesus’ birthday
Nguyen Quang Vinh from the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry spoke to Kinh te & Do Thi (Economic and Urban Affairs) newspaper about corporate social responsibility. What do you think about the CSR of the business community now? There is a remarkable change in … [Read more...] about Corporate responsibility a long-term goal
With Viet Nam having among the lowest transparency and corporate governance scores in Southeast Asia, the State Securities Commission is trying to get listed firms to improve their operations. However, some cultural dissonances have to be overcome, Nguyen Vu Quang Trung, Deputy … [Read more...] about Corporate governance still a novelty in Viet Nam
VietNamNet Bridge - Reviewing the 30 years of innovation in order to see what we have accomplished, what we have not yet fulfilled and what we should adjust to fit the reality ... is a very big issue that we cannot just discuss in several talks. This talk, with the participation … [Read more...] about Why are investors not interested in purchasing shares of SOEs?