Around three-quarters of the group’s sales are generated by applications for various industrial sectors such as automotives and electronics, printing and paper, and building supply, as well as security concepts for effective brand and product protection. As a partner to the pharmaceutical industry, tesa also develops and produces medicated patches. Almost a quarter of the group’s sales is also generated by products for end users and professional craftsmen. … [Read more...] about German tape manufacturer to build plant in Vietnam
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According to a government-approved plan for the development of e-commerce by 2025 released on May 18, revenue from online sales of business-to-consumer e-commerce, known as B2C e-commerce, is set to grow by 25% per year to US$35 billion, accounting for 10% of total goods retail sales and service revenues. Hanoitimes … [Read more...] about Will Vietnamese e-commerce platforms Tiki and Sendo soon merge?
The deal between tesa and DEEP C Industrial Zones was made partly thanks to their compatibility in sustainability vision. Tesa aspires to sustainable hi-tech tape production while DEEP C works toward realising the first eco-industrial park concept in Việt Nam with installation of solar panel on plant’s rooftop, construction of road made from plastic waste, generation of green energy. … [Read more...] about German adhesive tape manufacturer to build a 55 million euro plant in Việt Nam
Meanwhile, John Rockhold, chairman of the Vietnam Business Forum’s Power and Energy Working Group, pointed out that many local businesses have registered renewable energy projects and then find a way to sell to others because local authorities do not get the necessary data to carefully and impartially appraise project proposals, with no specific standard criteria to assess the capacity of the investor including experience, financial and technical capacity. … [Read more...] about FiT revamp vulnerable to speculation
According to Plan No.478/KH-TTCP issued last week by Chief Government Inspector Le Minh Khai, GI in the second quarter will inspect the responsibility of State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) in the implementation of the project on restructuring credit institutions (CIs) in combination with settling non-performing loans (NPLs) at CIs during 2013-17 period. SBV was entrusted to formulate the project, which aims to restructure CIs and settle NPLs on the principles of ensuring the interests of depositors and maintaining the stability and safety of the banking system as well as reducing the number of poorly performing CIs. Overall solutions of the restructuring project include completing the legal framework, perfecting policies and mechanisms related to monetary and banks’ operations, improving the financial and business administration capacity of credit institutions and bettering inspections and supervisions over banks’ operations. The State Bank of Vietnam (Photo: … [Read more...] about Gov’t Inspectorate to conducts 25 inspections in 2018