“Vietnam welcomes countries’ positions on the South China Sea that are in line with international laws. We shared the view as stated in the Chairman’s Statement of the 36th ASEAN Summit that the convention of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea is the legal framework governing all activities at sea and ocean,” the Vietnamese diplomat said. … [Read more...] about Vietnam condemns China’s illegal moves, confirms respect for international law in East Sea
Many Vietnam’s startups have died young during Covid-19, but startups in the real estate sector, or proptech, appear to have been unhurt by the epidemic. JunYuan Tan, a co-founder of the startup, revealed that Homebase has successfully called for $310,000 worth of capital. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s proptech startups favored by investors despite Covid-19
State-owned economic groups had registered 114 outward investment projects as of the end of 2019 with registered capital of $13.8 billion, according to the MInistry of Public Investment. The total investment capital transferred abroad reached $3.8 billion and the profit $270 million. … [Read more...] about How are SOEs’ outward investment projects performing?
The ASEAN flag has four colours of blue, red, white and yellow, representing the main colours of the flags of all the ASEAN members. The stalks of padi in the centre of the Emblem represent the dream of ASEAN’s Founding Fathers for an ASEAN comprising all the countries in Southeast Asia, bound together in friendship and solidarity. The circle represents the unity of ASEAN. — VNS … [Read more...] about Việt Nam holds flag-raising ceremony to mark ASEAN 53rd anniversary
In late 2017, ThaiBev, through Vietnam Beverage, spent $5 billion to acquire 53.6 percent of Sabeco shares and became the holding company of the largest brewer in Vietnam. In late 2017, ThaiBev, through Vietnam Beverage, spent $5 billion to acquire 53.6 percent of Sabeco shares and became the holding company of the largest brewer in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Who will buy the state’s remaining 36% of shares in Sabeco?