Workshop Reviews Two Years of CPTPP Implementation in Vietnam

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) held a workshop in Hanoi on April 7 to review two years of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) implementation in Vietnam from the perspective of enterprise.

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Many Opportunities for Trade and Investment Cooperation for India-Vietnam Businesses

1:24:23 PM | 9/4/2021

Carrying out trade promotion in 2021, the Trade Office of the Vietnamese Embassy in India cooperated with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to organize the Vietnam - India Virtual Business Meeting 2021. The forum focused on three main areas: Information technology and electronics; automobile and motorbike and supporting industries; and medicines and medical equipment.

Vietnam, Singapore Seek More Consolidated Business Ties

11:07:45 AM | 30/3/2021

Vietnam and Singapore have given great priority to strengthening economic, trade and investment cooperation on the basis of promoting the advantages of each country.

Supporting Women-owned Businesses in Digital Transformation

9:40:19 AM | 29/3/2021

The current digital transformation is not only a trend but an inevitable development requirement of all economies in the world. Vietnamese businesses cannot stay out of this reality, especially for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).

Bolstering Cooperation and Investment Ties with Greek and Argentinean Businesses

1:02:00 PM | 26/3/2021

VCCI President Vu Tien Loc recently hosted meetings with Greek Ambassador Georgios Stilianopoulos and Argentine Ambassador Luis Pablo Maria Beltramino at the VCCI Tower in Hanoi.

Vietnam-Canada: Toward Sustainable Trade Post-COVID-19

12:59:52 PM | 26/3/2021

“The CPTPP has improved accessibility for trade in goods and services between Canada and Vietnam, strengthening a set of common rules, reducing trade costs and making investment more predictable,” said Ms. Deborah Paul, Canadian Ambassador to Vietnam.

Plenty of Room for Stronger Vietnam- India Trade and Investment Relations

2:19:37 PM | 25/3/2021

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry, hosted India - Vietnam Virtual Business Meeting on March 24. VCCI Deputy General Secretary Bui Trung Nghia attended and addressed the event.

Empowering Women’s Roles in Corporate Governance

11:20:45 AM | 19/3/2021

Impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, economic recovery and sustainable development have become increasingly urgent requirements for businesses. Many studies show that promoting equality values, providing employment opportunities and career development for both genders, and empowering women’s roles in leadership enable strengthening the team, building an ideal workplace, and nurturing core cultural values and employee cohesion. This is the foundation for a business to steadily overcome the crisis and make a breakthrough.

Enterprises Increasingly Resilient to COVID-19 Pandemic

9:52:22 AM | 17/3/2021

According to the newly released the report on “the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business in Vietnam: Key findings from the 2020 business survey" by Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in collaboration with the World Bank, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on businesses in Vietnam, with 87.2% of surveyed firms affected at the large level, with just 11% of enterprises "not affected by anything" and nearly 2% reported a "mostly positive" impact.

VCCI Hosts 13th Meeting of 6th Executive Board

10:08:35 AM | 12/3/2021

The 13th Meeting of the 6th Executive Board of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) took place in Hanoi on March 10, 2021.

Vietnamese Women Entrepreneurs: Aggressive in Business, Compassionate in Everyday Life

11:37:56 AM | 5/3/2021

Not only making great contributions to economic development, Vietnamese businesswomen also take the lead in carrying out social responsibility, promoting gender equality and social progress. Characterized by self-reliance, intelligence and agility, female entrepreneurs are an important resource for the country's socio-economic development.