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Michigan-based automotive electronics technology supplier Visteon Corporation, in partnership with PT Astra Otoparts Tbk, an automotive component manufacturing company, announced the expansion of their production for instrument clusters clusters and multi-function displays to major vehicle and motorcycle manufacturers in Vietnam.
The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors has approved $170 million in loans to help the Government of Viet Nam upgrade urban infrastructure and address climate change, benefiting about 116,000 households in Hue, Vinh Yen, and Ha Giang.
To help with the upcoming transition to electric vehicles within the APEC region, the organization's member economies are realigning regulatory and standards to make it easier for new e-vehicles to succeed in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is under investigation by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) as to whether or not copper pipe fittings exported from the country are being sold at unfair prices in Canada.
The APEC member economies just completed a major planning effort to look at how to enhance economic empowerment for women across the region. It is part of a broader move to secure workforces and growth as major new forces shift the nature of the Asia-Pacific business landscape.
Trilliant, a North Carolina-based global provider of IoT and smart energy communications solutions, has signed an agreement to deploy Southeast Asia's first smart city project, with Saigon Hi-Tech Park.
APEC member economies' small business government representatives are working to opitimize conditions for Asia-Pacific startup growth, as digital advances open up new business and trade opportunities within the technology sector.
The APEC member economies are pledged to a restructuring of their individual policy regimes, in a joint effort to minimize structural bottlenecks to trade in emerging sectors. The goal is to eliminate even more barriers to continued growth and recovery across the Asia-Pacific region.
APEC is working on a plan to enhance customs checks throughout the member countries, with the goal of potentially slowing the flow of illegal lumber and wood products shipped within the community.
APEC has launched work on a major simplification of food export documentation in the region. Now it is so complex that a single producer of frozen processed foods such as lasagna may need to submit over 200 pages of certification paperwork per shipment to export their product.
Senior journalists from Vietnam revealed on August 18 that their country now has anti-ship cruise missiles provided by India.
Securities regulators throughout the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation organization member economies are seeking public comments on the new Asia Region Funds Passport proposal.
The increasing urbanization coupled with large government-backed infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia is fueling elevator installation in the region, according to a study by California-based consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
Southeast Asia workers make up a major part of the migrant worker community internationally. Though the job pay may be good, access to justice is often out of reach for those workers, as they are threatened with everything from taking their passports to immediate deportation if they complain.
Sany, a China-based construction equipment supplier, is providing 11 different pieces of concrete construction equipment for the build of Ho Chi Minh City's Landmark 81. When the project is finished it will become the tallest building in Vietnam.
NF Energy Saving Corporation, a China-based provider of energy conservation solutions, signed a $600,000 sales contract to supply valves to three companies in China, Vietnam and Nepal.
During the Group of 20 leaders' summit in Hamburg, Germany, recently, Viet Nam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc delivered a strong message of support for international cooperation on behalf of the APEC member nations, to address trade and growth challenges in the unsettled global environment.
Newport Beach, California based Vemanti Group Inc., an investment holding company targeting high-tech scalable companies serving Vietnam and other Southeast Asian markets, is in high level discussions with Two Group, JSC (TGJ), an internet technology conglomerate based in HCMC, Vietnam.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies have the misfortune of being hit by 70 percent of all global disasters and also suffer damages of over USD $100 billion every year. APEC is moving to handle this, with the goal of becoming far more disaster-tolerant with respect to trade.
On June 30, the Danang People's Committee (DPC) of Vietnam and the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) began operations for the new TMF Bus Service. Simultaneously, the also announced the associated TMF Park & Ride system.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) group just announced that South Korea has become a member of the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules System. This provides further support of the growing cross-border e-commerce sector in APEC, while also helping protect the rapidly increasing volume of sensitive consumer data used in online transactions.
Tourism continues to be a strong growth industry among the APEC member economies, with a 6.1 percent year-on-year growth rate. With digital innovations in this arena are creating major disruptive effects for all, senior tourism officials within APEC have agreed to increase cooperation with the private sector to help coordinate that better.
Enterprise Holdings Inc. headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri and a major car rental company, plans to enter the Vietnam market with its flagship brand, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, as well as its National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands.
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved today $53 million to support infrastructure development in Lao Cai and Phu Ly, two emerging middle cities in northern Vietnam.