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CHINA SUPPLY CHAIN EXECUTIVE SUMMIT 2018
Thu - 21/6/2018
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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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TRANSPORT SUPERVISOR

DHL Supply Chain is a world-class company, and we hire world-class people.

SENIOR TRANSPORT MANAGER - DHL SUPPLY CHAIN

DHL Supply Chain is a world-class company, and we hire world-class people.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - TEDIS VIETNAM

Plan, develop, optimize and organise the movement of products right the way through to customers.

      
Breach of competition law seen in drug market Signs of violation of the Competition Law have emerged in the pharmaceutical market of Vietnam, said Nguyen Phuong Nam, deputy director general of the Vietnam Competition...
MOIT proposes to cut taxes for domestic auto industry The Minstry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has proposed Prime Minister (PM) to taxes to support the domestic auto sector, the local newspaper Vneconomy reported.
Terumo builds medical equipment factory in Vietnam The Japanese Terumo Vietnam Ltd Company has inaugurated a medical equipment factory in Hanoi’s Quang Minh Industrial Zone.
Thaco to produce truck engines Truong Hai Automobile company (Thaco) planned to produce 20,000 diesel engines for trucks and buses from next year, the company's deputy general director Pham Van Tai...
New industrial zone to lure Japanese firms Construction of the Phu My 3 Industrial Zone starts today in the south-eastern province of Ba RiaVung Tau to predominantly house Japanese companies. Viet Nam News spoke to Nguyen
Making mineral water means turning water into money While the businesses in most of the sectors of the national economy are undergoing full hardships, mineral water manufacturers remain unruffled.
FTAs offer business opportunities Small- and medium-sized enterprises should learn how to take advantage of new Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) that will take effect within the near future, ministry officials have...
Chinese potatoes still arriving in city, traders deny sales Most traders in markets around Ho Chi Minh City assert that they no longer sell Chinese potatoes, even though dozens of tons of the produce are still distributed to the...
Lotter Mart open new supermarket in Hanoi by end of 2013 Lotte Mart plan to open first Lotte supermarket in Hanoi at the end of this year. This is the 5th Lotte Mart in Vietnam.
Samsung Vietnam gets tax breaks for giant plant Thai Nguyen has announced tax breaks and other incentives for the four plants Samsung plans to build in the northern province.
CFOs Should See Cheaper Supply Chain Finance in the Future As SCF transforms from a tailored product into a banking commodity, CFOs can count on new offerings and falling prices.
Retail giants target Viet Nam Foreign retail giants have shown their hunger to develop modern retailing in Viet Nam by pouring money into trade centres and supermarkets.
Vietnam's state firms sitting on billions in uncollected dividends State-owned enterprises, SOEs, are holding billions of dollars in their coffers, money that could have been submitted to the state budget for spending on infrastructure projects...
Vietnam plans to cut car taxes to take on zero-tariff ASEAN imports Vietnam is considering making significant cuts to car taxes to boost domestic production, especially when import tariffs are scrapped on cars from Southeast Asia in 2018 under a...
Foreigners may replace Vietnamese in livestock industry from 2015 From 2015, Vietnamese products of pork, chicken and poultry eggs would no longer enjoy the local production protection policies. It is expected that by that time, Thai,...
Steel firms struggle to cut inventory Domestic steel producers are facing difficulties because of the quiet real estate market, decreased selling prices, imported steel and shortage of capital.
Car sales rise amid economic uncertainties The unclear future picture of the local economy, which is under debate at the ongoing National Assembly meetings, cannot stop local customers from buying new cars.
Soft drink market: the stiffer competition is still ahead Though the foreign big guys — Pepsi and Coca Cola have powerful financial capability which help put them at an advantage in the confrontation with Vietnamese, no one can...