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SEAMLESS VIETNAM 2018
Wed - 7/11/2018
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VIETNAM SUPPLY CHAIN OUTLOOK 2019
Thu - 22/11/2018
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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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FAR EAST PLANNING MANAGER - WAHL VIETNAM CO.,LTD

Manage business relationship with co-workers, stakeholders, suppliers and customers

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
      
China is set to lose manufacturing crown The cheap, young labor and strategic location of Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos are set to draw increasing numbers of manufacturers to Southeast Asia, which will eventually displace...
Higher oil prices likely to push up Vietnam’s pump prices next week Vietnam is likely to increase retail gasoline prices this upcoming Monday after the holiday break, due to rising international prices.
India eyes $300mn garment-textile industrial park near Ho Chi Minh City India is planning to establish a US$300 million industrial park specializing in garment and textile material production near the southern Vietnamese economic hub of Ho Chi Minh...
Operator of Vietnam's sole refinery seeks for further tax cut for imported diesel oil Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical JSC (BSR), the operator of Vietnam's sole operational oil refinery of Dung Quat, has sought for further reduction in import tax levied on...
Viet Nam to solidify big-name FDI projects Viet Nam expects a number of foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth billions of US dollars currently under negotiation to be finalised this year and in 2016, experts have
Investment strategy in May: Sell and go away? "Sell in May and go away" is a well-known trading adage that warns investors to sell their stock holdings in May to avoid a seasonal decline in the equity market, while
3PL Service Providers: Weighing Transactional Costs vs. Supply Chain Value Today’s supply chain leaders are challenged with increased information and complexity when planning and executing, and over the past fifteen years global trade activity has
No plans to end manufacture in Vietnam: Toyota executive Yoshihisa Maruta, Toyota Motor Vietnam’s general director, on Tuesday denied rumors that the company will end its manufacture in Vietnam when import taxes become zero under
Is what’s good for China also good for Southeast Asia? China may be at odds with several Southeast Asian nations over territorial claims in the South China Sea, yet when it comes to economic policy, what’s good for China is...
Make for Vietnam: How US cafe and fast-food chains adapt to local tastes When Starbucks opened its first outlet in Vietnam in early 2013, many said the US chain would have a hard job convincing locals to switch from stronger coffee at the simple cafes
Firms urged to enhance trade defence plans Vietnamese firms have been urged to enhance their knowledge of trade defence and apply trade defence instruments to protect domestic production.
Sai Gon Beer may not survive equitisation The Government wants to speed up divestment of its stake in several companies including the Sai Gon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Sabeco), maker of Sai Gon Beer,
Meet Asia's New Manufacturing Powerhouse: Vietnam Vietnam's manufacturing is on a steady uptick fueled by its young population and cheaper wages
50 Years On, Moore’s Law and The Future of Technology - Will It Soon Cease To Exist? The Moore's Law theorem led to the widespread adoption of computers and smartphones, but there are tell-tale signs that it is becoming outdated and could cease to hold within
Ministry to encourage tech transfers The Ministry of Planning and Investment is drafting new policies to encourage the transfer of technology from foreign invested enterprises to domestic firms.
Experts to exporters: Cope with anti-dumping lawsuits Businesses should not avoid anti-dumping lawsuits and make preparations to get involved in administrative reviews by the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to ensure that they have...
Will the Vietnamese automobile market fall into Thai hands? The lucrative Vietnamese $12 billion per annum automobile market could help rescue the Thai automobile industry, which is now facing difficulties.
Global Student Challenge – Winners of the Challenge The Finale week has now ended. It has been a great experience for us. It was a pleasure to meet all the teams and we have received a lot of positive feedback. We are happy...