Besides achievements, there remain constraints, such as trade and production activity that does not match with the sustainable development, having implicit risks and unexpected competitiveness, showing the ineffectiveness in the human resource development and commercial cooperation. … [Read more...] about Satra required to become country’s leading retailer
Why does gymnastics require balance
The August’s consumer price index (CPI) inched up 0.07% month-on-month, and the average CPI in the January-August period rose 3.96% compared to the year-ago figure. Foreign exchange rates remained stable and lending rates have likely continued the downward trend to support business operations. … [Read more...] about PM requires economic stimulus measures to fuel supply, demand
Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong told the press on Friday, “As from Sep 15, international flights with South Korea, Japan, China and as from Sep 22, flights with Chinese Taiwan, Laos and Cambodia are scheduled to reopen. Passengers proposed by the Ministry of Transport to the government include diplomats, civil servants, Vietnamese citizens working and living there with needs to return as well as foreign experts working in projects in Vietnam.” Given Vietnam’s quarantine capacity, Vietnam expects to welcome some 5,000 immigrants this month. Deputy Health Minister Truong Quoc Cuong talks about quarantine procedures for those passengers, "We review scenarios carefully to ensure safety. The military will play an important role in quarantine arrangement. The Ministry of Health has issued guidance on quarantine and distancing practices at home, at work, schools and public places. We believe that the resumption of international flights will be safe for public … [Read more...] about Resumption of 6 international flight routes does not apply to tourism
This risk has indeed become a concern of several countries that import our wood products as the US-China trade tensions intensified. Temporarily, such illegal imports could lead to a short-term decline in Vietnam’s timber exports. However, I think that the country should not wait until a new development plan is designed but rather take immediate action in order to prevent any damage to the industry. … [Read more...] about New strategies required to set deeper roots for wood industry
However, FDI can also contribute to inequality by disproportionately benefiting better-educated and higher-skilled workers. When comparing regions and sectors with higher FDI activity with those with no FDI, higher-skilled workers experience large benefits while low-skilled workers may see no changes or even experience relative short-term declines in informal employment and wages. … [Read more...] about FDI creates jobs, but does it eliminate poverty?