Economy News - TBA Việt Nam
TBA is abbreviation from the Thai Business (Vietnam) Association. It is a non-governmental and non-profit Organization and is established under the License No. 02/GP-HHDN issued on Feb.26, 1999 by HCMC People’s Committee. As of today, TBA has more than 100 Members. TBA is one of over 22 Foreign Business Groups & Associations in Vietnam and TBA is the first Business Association among ASEAN Business Groups & Associations.
The Thai Business Vietnam Association
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The HCM City People’s Committee will offer more support such as workforce training and financial assistance to companies that make key industrial products. Favourable loans policies and trade facilitation will also provide to businesses that make key industrial products, which include moulded metallic products such as high-precision moulds, steels and machine...

American and Japanese businesses will invest almost $490 million in eight new projects in Da Nang, city authorities announced Friday. US-based Universal Alloy Corporation Asia Pte. Ltd. (UAC) plans to invest $170 million in a new factory to manufacture aircraft components and parts in the central city’s high-tech park. When operational, the factory...

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested that Thailand’s Siam Cement Group (SCG) continue investing in Vietnam and accelerate the implementation of investment projects in the Southeast Asian country. He made the recommendation while receiving SCG President and CEO Roongrote Rangsiyopash in Hanoi on February 26. The PM hailed the group for...

Future trends of the Vietnamese retail market, including the use of digital and AI, were discussed by more than 400 retail experts at a seminar organised in HCM City on Thursday by Vincom Retail Joint Stock Company. Representatives from retail companies and other experts at the seminar spoke about the retail...

The Vietnamese automobile industry is expected to grow well, driven mainly by an increase in per capita income, demand for cars, and infrastructure improvement. Speaking at a seminar on auto industry, held during the Automechanika HCM City expo, Nguyễn Thanh Đàm, chairman of Vast Group JSC, said that production reached 215,000...