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To where the tourism industry will go?

Tourism is an important sector in the economy. But it is now feeling the worst impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic. Destinations have turned quiet...

Oakwood gives rice to the underprivileged

As the world continues to battle the pandemic, many people are struggling and in need of extra help. During this time of distress, the...

HCMC resumes dine-in services

 HCMC has resumed dine-in services from October 28 after nearly five months of restrictions, but restaurants and coffee shops still have to comply with...

FDI firms in Hanoi propose eliminating stay-at-work mode

 Foreign direct investment businesses in Hanoi City have proposed the municipal government stop requiring enterprises to let their workers stay at the factories after...

First week of “new normal” in HCMC

HCMC has to some extent become bustling and busy again in the “new normal” after the municipal government allowed the resumption of a number...

Businesses face numerous challenges when resuming operations

HCMC and other southern provinces are preparing for economic reopening as the Covid-safe situation has improved. Businesses in the region, however, are facing many...

Businesses strive to live with Covid-19

In the context of the protracted Covid-19 pandemic, experts and business leaders have suggested that businesses should be better prepared to safely live with...

Logistics firms face numerous difficulties during pandemic

Logistics firms are facing many challenges due to the Covid-19 pandemic, such as disruptions in the supply chain, stringent anti-pandemic measures and a spike...

Covid casts a shadow over Vietnam’s economy

The latest report of the General Statistics Office showed that the Covid-19 pandemic adversely affected economic activities in many parts of the country from...

Stay-at-work mode causes trouble for manufacturing enterprises

HCMC - Many manufacturing enterprises in Covid-19-hit localities reported that they are facing difficulties maintaining the stay-at-work mode as required by the authorities.

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