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What’s in The Saigon Times Weekly this week?

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Focus: A Catalyst for Inbound Tourism: Vietnam has since mid- August issued e-visas to citizens from all countries and territories to boost inbound tourism. With this change, many enterprises have also been preparing to serve international guests until the end of the year.

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Caution Amidst Improving Conditions: While recent improvements in business conditions have been observed, business leaders are maintaining a cautious outlook as the market’s downward trend is far from over.

Who Will Benefit From Carbon Credits? The carbon credit market is poised for significant growth. Who will be impacted and who stands to gain from this evolving landscape?

The Tax Refund Tangle: While there has been some improvement in the value-added tax (VAT) refund process in recent months, a significant number of businesses, particularly those exporting agricultural, forestry, and processed products, are still grappling with the frustrating delay in receiving their much-needed tax refunds. This delay is adversely affecting their working capital.


Insurance Industry Mired In Difficulties: Apart from industry-specific difficulties, the trend of interest rates going down will also make inroads into insurers’ profitability.

Real Estate Market Not Out Of The Woods: Being a significant magnet for capital inflows within the economy, the real estate market does not just impact industry players; its repercussions extend to various sectors, especially the banking system.


Traffic’s Impact On Tourism Development: One Sunday afternoon in the middle of June, we drove down a coastal road from Bau Trang to Mui Ne before reaching Phan Thiet City. In the past, there were few vehicles and traffic jams on the road, but the situation is now different.

Honoring Holy Mother In Hue: Deep within the heart of the central city of Hue lies Hue Nam, also known as Hon Chen Temple. This sacred space was once dedicated to the worship of Thien Y A Na, the revered goddess of the Champa people.


Serene Escape: Hoc Mo Beach Unveiled: Hidden within Quang Ngai Province, Hoc Mo Beach is a hidden gem. Its untouched beauty and tranquility remain a secret to many, offering a peaceful haven for those in the know.

Quang Noodles With A Fresh Twist: Quang noodles have established themselves as a distinctive culinary delight among the people of Quang Nam. While the original version remains a staple, numerous variations have emerged. Among these, Quang noodles with braised frog present an intriguing and distinct flavor profile that sets them apart from the rest.

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