The UNESCO-recognized wetland near HCMC is getting popular among tourists
A new report says that more than 60 percent of officers have been involved in under-the-table deals
The government steps up its red tape fight, makes it easier to start business
A couple says they struggle to meet all the conditions required to run their charity facility
The list of visa waiver countries has remained a mystery, however
Investment applications will be approved faster and more transparently, the city says
Customs chiefs, instead of cracking down on corrupt officers, put the onus on victims to fight back
“We cannot let Vietnam remain at the bottom of ASEAN”
“A 20-year-old machine made in Sweden is better than a brand new one produced in China”
Some manufacturers need to import 85 percent of what they need
66 percent of Japanese investors still want to expand in Vietnam.
No business but the printing industry stands to make a killing.
Ho Chi Minh City has extended until the end of this month a deadline for closing the Bach Dang wharf to tourism...
A Mekong Delta xe om (motorbike taxi) driver has petitioned the local authorities for permission to exact a violent revenge on...
Weak management and red tape prevented Vietnam's per capita income from hitting US$7,500, according to a USAID economist.