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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Major corporations have been implementing support industry projects, providing opportunities for small- and medium-sized enterprises to participate in regional and global supply chains. Large investments The Truong Hai Auto Corporation is expected to pour several billion US dollars into new projects in Quang Nam Province, including the Chu Lai-Truong Hai Automobile Mechanical...

Investment in improving and maintaining the inland waterway transport infrastructure network is a strategic priority recommended by the World Bank to better connect inland areas to seaports to facilitate export activities. According to its report “Sustainable Development of Inland Waterway Transport in Vietnam: Strengthening the regulatory, institutional and funding frameworks” released...

Vietnam’s economic structure has many alarming issues after 30 years of economic reforms since the private sector accounts for less than 10% of the country’s gross domestic product, while the public and household sectors, making up the larger proportion of GDP, have the largest number of competence issues. Veteran economist Tran...

Low labor productivity is a bottleneck to Vietnam’s new economic growth model. To escape the middle-income trap and make a successful breakthrough in the 2021-2045 period, the country’s total-factor productivity (TFP) should grow by 2.67%, noted Vu Viet Ngoan, head of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Group. Ngoan as a veteran...

Online shoppers want to get the goods they order sooner rather than later, requiring the involvement of logistics firms in e-commerce deals to ensure speedy deliveries. A ccording to Lazada Express, one of the leading e-commerce platforms in Southeast Asia, each Vietnamese shopper has spent US$70.18 per year on average on...

As one of the most efficient power markets in Southeast Asia, Việt Nam has huge prospects, especially in renewable energy, experts have said. There is need for investment in Việt Nam in production, export capacities and upgrading of infrastructure, Mr Phan The Anh, deputy general director of the Ministry of Industry...