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HOW VIETNAM CONTAINED COVID-19 AND WHY ITS ECONOMY WILL REBOUND
As schools and businesses reopened after the Reunification Day and International Labor Day Holiday, traffic congestion in major cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city, also returned on Monday morning at the beginning of the workweek. The scene is a stark contrast to several countries around the globe that are in lockdown in a bid to control the spread of COVID-19.
HOW THIS AI ENGINEER-TURNED CEO IS RESHAPING THE WAY WE WORK FOR SOCIETY 5.0
Mountains of paperwork are still common in many offices in Japan and elsewhere. It can be physical or digital. A recent survey of over 10,000 office workers by a U.S. tech firm found respondents were wasting more than 40% of their day on repetitive data work. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors are playing an increasing role in generating data, but manual data entry hasn’t gone away
5G TO FUEL SMART MANUFACTURING IN VIETNAM
VIETNAM MULLS MEASURES TO BOOST ELECTRONICS SUPPORT INDUSTRIES
RELOCATING YOUR CHINA SOURCING AND MANUFACTURING TO ASIA: PROCEDURES AND CHOICES
The current cornavirus outbreak and last year’s US-China trade war have made many foreign investors in China look at moving their sourcing and manufacturing in the country to other locations. There can be many reasons – new concerns of the disease affecting production, the impact of tariffs, as well as the increasingly expensive Chinese labor market and overall costs of doing business. While we do not expect any wholesale exodus from China, we understand that businesses quite naturally evolve. After all, we are one of them.
US IMPORTS FROM CHINA SHRANK MORE THAN 13% - BUT IMPORTS FROM VIETNAM ARE POPPING
GOOGLE TO SHIFT PIXEL SMARTPHONE PRODUCTION FROM CHINA TO VIETNAM
Internet giant aims to double shipments in 2019 in aggressive hardware campaign.
The Ministry of Finance plans to eliminate import taxes on auto materials and parts in order to support the development of the country’s automobile industry.
EUROCHAM’S STRONG SUPPORT FOR DEAL
Vietnam’s great potential in IT and wide-scale smartphone coverage will be the keys for the country to develop its digital economy and seize great opportunities in Industry 4.0. Nguyen Dat reports.