Situated on Nghi Tam street in Tay Ho district of Hanoi, Quang Ba Flower Market is a large wholesale market that specialises in selling flowers to local people throughout the capital. With Tet approaching, the flower market can be found bustling with trade as early as 2am each morning. … [Read more...] about Hanoi’s largest flower market enjoys bustling atmosphere ahead of Tet
Emerging markets to invest in 2019
Shrimp exports to Australia reached nearly 121 million USD by December 15, 2019, representing a rise of 12.6 percent over the same period of 2018 – the highest rate among the top ten shrimp export markets of Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Vietnam shrimp exports to Australia rise strongly in 2019
Visa exemption between Vietnam and rest of world E-visa scheme to be extended by two years However, according to Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs To Anh Dung, even as 10 million Vietnamese people travel abroad each year, they still face many difficulties in applying for visa, even in countries that enjoy visa exemption when entering Vietnam. "Therefore, when developing a visa-related policy, we have to ensure the rights and interests of Vietnamese citizens," Dung said. … [Read more...] about Private sector suggests wider visa exemptions
“The ratings on SHBVN reflect our view that the bank will remain integral to SFG’s overseas business expansion strategy. We view SHBVN as a highly strategic subsidiary of the group and believe SFG has the capacity and willingness to support SHBVN in almost all circumstances,” stated S&P Global Ratings. … [Read more...] about S&P Global Ratings assigns Shinhan Bank Vietnam BB/B ratings; outlook stable
As the country’s middle class is expanding at the fastest growth in the Asia – Pacific region, not to mention 50% of the population at the working age and over 40% below 24 years of age, Vietnam’s retail market is projected to maintain its strong growth in the coming years. … [Read more...] about What’s behind Masan-Vingroup merger?