Vietnam’s renewable energy sector yet to realise its potential
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Despite having 3,000km of coastline with up to 2,700 hours of sunlight a year, the development of the renewable energy industry in Vietnam is yet to meet its potential. 

Farmers get smart to improve business
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge – Vo Van Trung has become the first person in his village to go high tech and introduce modern facilities on his farm.


 
Vietnam embraces opportunities to be renewable viable
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
In 2010, Prime Ministry approved the national programme on developing non-fired construction materials by 2020. United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam and Global Environment Fund have supported efforts to reduce pollution

A Robusta take on coffee
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 As one of the world’s top coffee exporters, Vietnam is shifting its focus to the sustainable cultivation and promotion of specialty coffee, with the aim of improving its coffee brand and quality. 


 
Two young men successfully start up with globalized customer support system
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 Despite continuous failures from previous startups and on the edge of giving up, two alumni of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology still strongly hold on to their passion.

Hue sets its sights on reviving the ao dai
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 Vietnam’s former capital Hue is proud of its ao dai history, the traditional national dress, and has been making plans to revive the elegant garment to its former glory. 


 
Retired teacher dedicates her life to disadvantaged children
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – A retired teacher living on Hanoi’s Kham Thien Street, Dao Ngoc Huan has become well known among her community for helping disadvantaged children.

Village festival – culture of wet rice civilization
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 As an agricultural country with rice being the main foodstuff, every region in Vietnam is attached to a legend or a festival pertaining to wet rice cultivation.


 
Pa Ko man sows seeds of art among mountainous children
13/04/2019 (GMT+7)
While many in his community struggle to just makes ends meet, a Pa Ko ethnicity man in Quang Tri Province’s mountainous area is pouring his heart and soul into encouraging local children to love art, 

BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 11/4
11/04/2019 (GMT+7)
Bamboo Airways set to fly to Japan, Vietnam’s exports to CPTPP countries surge, Hanoi seeks to boost visitors’ expenditure, Kien Giang applies advanced technologies in large-scale shrimp farming


 
Vietnam seeks foreign capital for renewable energy projects
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is trying to develop a renewable power market in the long term, and to do this, it must seek foreign capital.

Businesses borrow money from banks rather than issue bonds
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - The government’s decree 163, with loosened requirements on bond issuance, is expected to encourage businesses to seek capital from bond issuance and rely less on bank loans.



 
Billion-dollar deals and the cutthroat competition among securities companies
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Investment banking is a difficult business, which explains why only a few Vietnamese companies can carry it out, though the market is valued at billions of dollars.


State-owned schools suffer from teacher brain drain
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Teachers who once coveted jobs at state-owned schools in the past are now leaving the schools for private education establishments which offer higher salaries.


 
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10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
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BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 10/4
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
SMEs need to learn from stories of success, Q1 rice export volumes and value down, Decision issued to improve Logistics Performance Index ranking, Mastercard appoints new Country Manager for Vietnam


 
iPhone price sliding in Vietnam
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - Distributors in Vietnam have slashed selling prices for iPhoneX 2018 models earlier than usual.

Hanoi plans to execute 15 transport projects
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 The Hanoi People's Committee Hanoi will submit to the City People's Council for approval on 18 projects of the period of 2016-2019, including 15 transport infrastructure projects.


 
Tables turned on loan sharks
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Loan sharks have a reputation for violence, but the tables got turned on some debt collectors recently.

Viettel installs first trial 5G BTSs in Vietnam
10/04/2019 (GMT+7)
 Telecom provider Viettel last week installed its first trial 5G service base-transceiver station (BTS) in Viet Nam.


 

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