VGP - The European Union (EU) member states all desire to be friends of Viet Nam and wholeheartedly support the country's sustainable development goals, said Ambassador and Head of the EU Delegation to Viet Nam Julien Guerrier during his first meeting with the press since he took office in Ha Noi on September 27.
VGP - The recovery of tourism is regarded as a leverage to help Viet Nam's economy make a strong rebound after the COVID-19 pandemic.
VGP - EuroCham is optimistic about the positive developments in the legislative process to improve the ease and accessibility of working and traveling to Viet Nam, said Gabor Fluit - Chairman of European Chamber of Commerce in Viet Nam (EuroCham).
VGP - Although FDI in 2022 decreased from the previous year, looking at investment from Japan alone, it increased by 11.9 percent over the previous year, said Chief representative of the Japan External Trade Organization Matsumoto Nobuyuki.
VGP - Viet Nam still remains in good position in luring foreign direct investment as there are "green shoots" which reflects investors’ confidence in the medium to long-term prospects of Viet Nam’s fundamentals.
VGP - Making Viet Nam’s economy greener will make the country more competitive and improve market access for goods made in Viet Nam, said International Finance Corporation (IFC) Country Manager in Viet Nam, Thomas Jacobs, at the Viet Nam Business Forum (VBF) held on Sunday.
VGP - The British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) in Viet Nam is confident in the potentials of Viet Nam to become a center of life sciences in Southeast Asia, a regional R&D center, and a production hub of innovative medicines in the near future when investment-attracting policies are effectively designed and implemented.
Diplomat highlights importance of pople-to-people ties for all other aspects of Viet Nam-Singapore relationsOpinion 08/02/2023 13:10
VGP - People-to-people relationship between Viet Nam and Singapore would be the firm foundation for all other aspects of bilateral cooperation, stated Singaporean Ambassador to Viet Nam Jaya Ratnam.
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh’s upcoming visit to Singapore will play an important role in promoting and enhancing Viet Nam’s economy, shared Mr. Ryan Wong, CEO of EVVO Labs in his recent interview with the VGP.
VGP - Viet Nam is participating very positively and actively within multilateral forums, including in the United Nations (UN) where the country has served as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
VGP - Viet Nam has a strong macroeconomic performance in 2022. The economy grew by 8.02 percent in 2022. This is a remarkable result, particularly considering the economic slowdown experienced in the rest of the world.
VGP - The Asian Development Bank (ADB) commends Viet Nam for maintaining a stable macro-economic environment despite all of external shocks.
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh is on an official visit to the Kingdom of Belgium at the invitation of his Belgian counterpart Alexander De Croo. The visit is expected to generate impetus for the bilateral warm relations, said Belgian Karl Van Den Bossche.
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh’s upcoming official visit to the Netherlands is expected to promote the alliance of Dutch and Vietnamese governments, businesses, investors, knowledge institutes and engaged citizens, which is the key to a responsible and sustainable future for both countries.
VGP - From 10th to 13th November 2022, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh attended a series of ASEAN Summits in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Apart from political agenda, the Vietnamese Prime Minister also worked with international colleagues and stakeholders on other important topics.
VGP - Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern’s visit aims to promote the mutually beneficial nature of the relationship, advance progress in key areas for cooperation agreed in the Strategic Partnership Framework, and discuss some of the challenging issues that are facing the region.
VGP - ASEAN and Viet Nam should be more proactive in asserting ASEAN unity and centrality at a time of heightened tensions among the major power, emphasized professor Carlyle Thayer from the University of New South Wales and the Australian Defense Force Academy.