President Joe Biden’s 2-day visit to Vietnam starting on September 10 has been marked by his efforts to strengthen ties with Hanoi and build global stability, with a particular focus on Asia.
In a heartening move, Vietnam’s central bank enthusiastically embraced an agreement on Friday, becoming an integral part of a collaborative endeavor involving five other vibrant Southeast Asian nations. This effort is all about establishing seamless cross-border payment mechanisms that foster stronger connections between these countries.
In this age of growing digitalization and exciting technological advancements, VNG’s courageous step represents something truly inspiring – the ability of up-and-coming markets to nurture groundbreaking tech companies that reach far beyond their local confines. As the world’s tech scene keeps progressing, VNG’s venture into the U.S. IPO scene serves as a shining example of how a bold dream and smart collaborations can create remarkable change.
The world of electric vehicles (EVs) and green technology has been a hotbed of innovation and investment in recent years. One company that has captured significant attention in this space is VinFast Auto Ltd., a Vietnamese electric-vehicle manufacturer that made a remarkable debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange. The company’s initial public offering (IPO) took investors and the founder, Pham Nhat Vuong, on a wild ride, resulting in dramatic shifts in the company’s stock price and the chairman’s net worth.
The electric vehicle (EV) revolution continues to shape the automotive industry, with emerging players aiming to carve out their space in the market dominated by giants like Tesla. VinFast Auto Ltd., a Vietnamese EV manufacturer, recently made a splash in the financial world with its debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange. The company’s shares experienced a remarkable surge on their first day of trading, reflecting investor optimism and the potential of the EV industry in emerging markets.
Bamboo Airways, a Vietnamese airline, has successfully converted 7.72 trillion VND of debt into equity, making it the airline with the largest charter capital in Vietnam. This achievement surpasses Vietnam Airlines, which previously held the title with 22.143 trillion VND in charter capital.
On June 15th, Vietnam’s national airline, Vietnam Airlines, officially launched a new travel guide publication called “Heritage Guide” on all domestic and international flights operated…
The culinary scene in Vietnam has reached new heights with the unveiling of the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City. A total of 103 exceptional restaurants have been recognized for their outstanding cuisine, including four coveted MICHELIN Stars.
Grab, the Singapore-based technology company, has come under scrutiny in Vietnam due to its financial practices. Recent revelations regarding substantial losses, unpaid taxes, and questionable financial transactions have raised concerns about Grab Vietnam’s operations and their impact on the Vietnamese economy.
According to Lonely Planet, Vietnam The Reunification Express is the most spectacular train journey in the world. Check out the link below to discover the whole list of Lonely Planet’s top rail excursions from around the world which gives you a unique perspective on various destinations.