Thibaut Giroux, General Director, Stolz-Miras Vietnam Co., Ltd. Giroux also said that after 20 years of operating in Vietnam as a leading industrial equipment manufacturer, the company plans to expand production, helping the supporting industry develop stronger roots in the country. Stolz-Miras Vietnam was established in 1998 by French entrepreneur and boilermaker Pierre Miras, beginning with the tank products in the food industry at a time when there was high demand for stainless steel fabrication in the country. From that base, the company developed and diversified its products and services, meeting rising, different demands of clients. Now the company has become a major subcontractor for major projects, from simple boilerwork to complete machines, Giroux said. “Currently, Stolz-Miras Company is one of the high quality fabricator leaders in Vietnam. Our job is to fabricate and install metal equipment on behalf of major industrial and assembler clients worldwide. … [Read more...] about Stolz-Miras expands Vietnam operations, targeting market leadership
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Coca-Cola commits to expand investment in Vietnam Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung said that the US business community has played a key role and made significant contributions to Vietnam’s socio-economic development in recent times. He added that the US wants to continue playing a leading role in Vietnam’s investment scene. Michael Michalak, the senior vice president and regional managing director for the US-ASEAN Business Council, said that the US delegation’s visit represented businesses operating in many areas, such as agriculture, finance, information technology, health, digital economy and consumer goods. With its high economic growth, stable politics and improved investment attraction policies, US firms view Vietnam as a promising investment target. Many, especially multinational companies, have invested and achieved success in Vietnam, such as Coca-Cola, Ford and Amway, and have pledged to further expand their activities. The General … [Read more...] about Major US business delegation visits Vietnam
Unilever has once again been named the best company to work for in Vietnam, according to an annual list that has also found many other foreign companies among the favorites. The 2016 "Best Places to Work" survey, conducted by solution firm Anphabe and market research firm Nielsen, named dairy giant Vinamilk the second best, which was unable to dethrone the fourth-year champion. They are followed by Nestle, Microsoft, IBM. Foreign firms secured 15 positions among the 20 best companies. (See the complete top 100 here.) This year's survey, the biggest, collected feedback from 26,128 employees working in 24 different sectors. Rankings were based on salary levels, bonuses, welfare and work-life balance for employees. As usual, the survey tends to favor big companies, so even if many small and medium-sized companies in Vietnam may offer a great working environment, it is highly unlikely that they can make the cut. Jobseekers and employees in Vietnam are increasingly demanding and paying … [Read more...] about The best places to work in Vietnam
Opinion is divided on whether the common man will benefit if the government licenses these gambling houses; analysts are skeptical even about tourism benefits The massive integrated resort is the sixth casino to be licensed in Vietnam. Elsewhere, in tourism-haven Phu Quoc Island, local leaders have been looking for investors for a casino planned since 2007. Ha Giang and Quang Binh provinces have apparently never jettisoned plans to build casinos on a rocky UNESCO geo-park and next to a natural reserve named in UNESCO's world heritage list. RELATED CONTENT Vietnam province sticks to casino, golf plans for UNESCO geoparkVietnam licenses Las Vegas-style casino They are all part of an intended casino-building spree across Vietnam, where entry barriers for foreign investors are much higher than in neighboring countries, as the government looks to significantly boost tourism and tax revenues amid the economic crisis. But analysts raise two important questions: What role will … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s casino rush in the offing, but will it be a silver bullet?
It is expected that the development strategy for Vietnam Tourism to 2020, vision 2030, which has been approved by the Prime Minister, could actively foster the management and development of the sector. However, there exist some certain obstacles in implementation of the strategy which should be resolved appropriately in order to fulfill the target of developing tourism into a key sector of the national economy. Mr. Nguyen Manh Cuong, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, had an interview with Ha Noi Moi Newspaper on the above issue. VNAT’s Deputy General Director Nguyen Manh Cuong and Mr. Akira Kanai – Chairman of Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) in JATA World Travel Fair 2009 in Japan A new grand opportunity for Vietnam Tourism The development strategy for Vietnam Tourism to 2020, vision 2030 has been approved by the Prime Minister. From angle of the sector’s administration, how do you assess the impact of the … [Read more...] about A new grand opportunity for Vietnam Tourism