A study by U.K.-based risk consultancy Verisk Maplecroft analyzed 500 cities worldwide with more than 1 million residents and identified places likely to experience sea level rise of 67 cm-2 meters (26.4-78.7 inches) by 2100, in line with scientific estimates if global warming increases at its current pace. … [Read more...] about Asian cities urged to bolster defense against rising seas
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Besides these advantages, the deal also brings certain challenges. Vietnam’s commitment to opening local markets to products and services from the EU will pose pressure to the local economy and businesses, as well as our products and services. This pressure, however, is positive and follows a suitable roadmap. More importantly, as the EU-Vietnam economic structure is highly supplemental, the competitive pressure would not be significant. … [Read more...] about Scrutinising the implications of new deals on Vietnam’s economy
Rising expenditure follows Vietnam’s growing market of internet users. The country ranked 14th in the world in its number of smartphone users at 43.7 million last year, a rate of 44.9 percent. … [Read more...] about Retail, e-commerce biggest marketers in Vietnam
BANGKOK -- Thailand’s largest retailer, Central Retail Corporation Pcl (CRC), plans to expand domestic online sales as well as its business in Vietnam, as the coronavirus outbreak slows economic growth at home, its top executive said on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Thailand’s Central Retail eyes growth in Vietnam after trouble at home
Vietnam export growth brings risk of charge of currency manipulation Increasing exports to the US, Vietnam is a step closer to the risk of alleged monetary manipulation as US President Trump tries to reach a trade agreement with China at a negotiation round this October. … [Read more...] about What if the US no longer considers Vietnam a ‘developing country’?