The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has requested that the initial stage will see local airlines operate one flight per week per foreign destination. Indeed, priority will be given to flights to repatriate stranded Vietnamese citizens abroad, all of which will be carried out by the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs. … [Read more...] about International flights could resume in early August
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In infrastructure, the eastern cluster of the North-South Expressway will have five sections developed under the public-private partnership (PPP) model. The country is also calling for investment in renewable energy projects, especially in solar and wind power, thus hoping to bring new opportunities for Japanese enterprises. Looking ahead, the Vietnamese government is encouraging innovations and digital transformation with a number of supporting policies. … [Read more...] about Japanese companies enticed by local investment climate
Meanwhile, the PCA will allow residents of Singapore and Malaysia who hold long-term immigration passes for business and work purposes in the other country to enter that country for work and return.It added that travellers will also have to abide by the prevailing COVID-19 prevention and public health measures mutually agreed by both countries. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia July 15
Targets to cut emissions will shape shipping risk for years to come. The aim to halve CO2 emissions by 2050 will require the industry to radically change fuels, engine technology and even vessel design. Since January 1, 2020 allowable sulphur levels in marine fuel oil were slashed. However compliance is not straightforward and teething problems could lead to a surge in machinery damage claims. Ultimately, de-carbonization will also have regulatory, operational and reputational implications. Progress on addressing climate change could stall with the focus on the coronavirus pandemic. This must not be allowed to happen. New technology not a panacea, but an increasingly useful tool: Shipping tech can be a positive for safety and claims and is increasingly being deployed to combat some of the risks highlighted in the report -- from reducing the threat of fire on vessels through temperature monitoring of cargo to even potentially integrating suppression systems in drones in future. … [Read more...] about Allianz: Asian waters account for most shipping losses even as global numbers hit record low
Talking about business prospects in Vietnam, Vu Tu Thanh, USABC’s Deputy Regional Managing Director & Representative, said US businesses are seeking Vietnamese partners in the fields of technology, manufacturing, retail, consumer goods, medical equipment, electricity and supporting industries. … [Read more...] about Will US investors head for Vietnam after leaving China?