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MANUFACTURING SUPPLY CHAIN OFFICER SUMMIT 2018
Wed - 19/9/2018
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Fri - 21/9/2018
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This event is open for all professionals interested or currently working in Starups in Hanoi, or supply chai professionals in Hanoi, or who are interested in looking for business collaboration for U.S. market through meeting with a delegation of Baylor University (U.S.), Executive Master Program.

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PROCESS DELEGATE SPECIALIST - BOSCH VN

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services, in the areas of automotive and industrial technology, consumer goods as well as building technology. 

LOGISTICS OPERATIONS COORDINATOR - CEL CONSULTING
A firm specialized in Demand and Supply Management in Emerging Markets: We create an impact where it's most needed
2018 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE - DHL SUPPLY CHAIN VIETNAM
DHL Supply Chain - a business unit of DHL Global, is the global market leader in contract logistics, providing warehousing, managed transport and value-added services at every link in the supply chain for customers in a variety of industries.
      
More beer drunk as times get tough Beer makers in Viet Nam produced 2.67 billion litres in the first eleven months of the year, up 7.8 per cent over the corresponding period last year, according to the Viet Nam...
New opportunities for retail industry Expanded retail networks and increased service quality will offer the retail sector a wealth of opportunities for development.
Heavy discounts boost auto sales Major automakers in Viet Nam reported a year-on-year sales surge of 6 per cent in November yesterday, riding on aggressive discounts and continued popularity of smaller cars.
Samsung Shifts Plants From China to Protect Margins Samsung Electronics Co. built the world’s largest smartphone business by tapping China’s cheap and abundant workforce. Not for much longer: it’s shifting output
Japan’s retailers interested in Vietnamese market The Japan-based Aeon Group is expected to inaugurate its first trade centre in Ho Chi Minh City early next year in a bid to establish an extensive retail system in Vietnam in the
Vietnamese enterprises anticipate market recovery Advance estimates indicate that the financial climate next year will bring in winds of change. Viet Nam's gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate is forecast to reach 5.67...
HCMC to cut fee for small cars HCM City will reduce registration fees for vehicles with less than 10 passenger seats on January 1, 2014.
HSBC warns ‘bottlenecks’ will drag economy down The economy is gradually stabilizing, but risks moving sideways for years unless structural bottlenecks are addressed, HSBC has said.
Vietnam openness to equitization loss a positive development: analysts Analysts and industry insiders have welcomed the government of Vietnam’s increased openness to losses made by state-owned firms in the process of share sales.
Vietnamese manufacturers rely on Chinese materials and machinery Minh Tien, a bag maker based in Ho Chi Minh City, produces some 35,000 handbags and backpacks per month, but more than 70 percent of the necessary materials have to be imported...
Seven forecasts for Vietnam’s economy in 2014 Foreign direct investment (FDI) would still be the “lifebuoy” for the national economy in 2014.
Locally made goods dominate HCM City supermarkets Nearly 90 per cent of products sold at local and foreign-owned supermarkets as well as traditional markets in HCM City are now locally made, according to industry experts.
Foreign companies deliver on investment Large sums of foreign investment have not only been pledged this year, but also, unlike normal, actually been brought in.
South Korea eyeing Vietnam as new farm produce supplier South Korean leading food groups--while following a strategy on expanding their operation in Asia, have been “hunting” for Vietnamese materials.
Seafood companies eye Australia as potential growth opportunity Australian customers are buying more seafood from Viet Nam, especially shrimp and molluscs.
7 Eleven does warm-up before entering Vietnam Thai 7 Eleven will be a un-doubtable rival to anyone in the Vietnamese market.
Essential Skills for SCM Job-Seekers Lynn Brown, associate director of the Transportation & Logistics Flagship Program at the University of North Florida, discusses what recruiters are looking for among...
Vinamilk buys 70% stake in US dairy firm The Viet Nam Dairy Products Joint Stock Co (Vinamilk) has received a licence to purchase a 70 per cent stake of Driftwood Co in California, at a cost of US$7 million.