Jun 06, 2022 – Vietnam Times
Vietnam is leading the transition to clean energy in Southeast Asia and is a bright spot on an otherwise soot-black map, according to an article published recently on The Economist.
Jun 05, 2022 – Vietnam Times
Japanese news service Nikkei Asia announced on June 3 its COVID-19 Recovery Index for May, highlighting that both Vietnam and the Philippines recorded their best performances as both countries strived to ease restrictions while keeping infections low.
May 27, 2022 – Vietcetera
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over yet, especially with new omicron subvariants fueling another rise in infections in different parts of the world. But in Vietnam, where infections have steadily declined, life is largely back to normal.
May 26, 2022 – Vietcetera
Sustainability has become an increasingly familiar word to people of all ages. As we begin to see the drastic consequences of global warming, we have become aware of protecting our environment. Development is what the whole world’s hungry for, but now, it needs to be sustainable as well.
May 26, 2022 – Vietcetera
When Vietcetera interviewed cryptocurrency guru and founder of for-female blockchain literacy program Thy-Diep Ta back in February, she admitted that Vietnam’s usage of cryptocurrency isn’t as big and prevalent compared to other economies. For someone who navigates the blockchain game on a daily basis, the Vietnamese-German social entrepreneur knows that this technology will eventually become an essential part of global trading.
May 17, 2022 – Vietcetera
Digital technologies drive significant transformations in every business and industry, including the accounting and finance sectors. However, since its work demands absolute accuracy and involves sensitive matters like taxes, the accounting and financial department is usually very cautious in adopting digitalization and thus reluctant to change.
Apr 14, 2022 – Vietcetera
When Vietnam announced a full border closure in March 2020, news of travel firms planning to lay off workers or stop operations temporarily was already generating fear and anxiety among tourism industry workers. By April, when bookings were limited and the number of tourists coming in dropped significantly, travel companies were forced to make tough decisions.
May 04, 2022 – Vietcetera
For the first time since August 21 last year, Vietnam recorded no new COVID-19 death on Tuesday, keeping the country’s cumulative total number of deaths at a little over 43,000. The Ministry of Health’s publication Suc Khoe Doi Song confirmed Wednesday that the national seven-day average of deaths dropped to two from 42 a day in April.