Từ khóa: #Lunar New Year

Workers at a garment-textile factory (Illustrative photo: VNA)

HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet

As Ho Chi Minh City applies flexible measures to adapt to the new normal and curb the spread of COVID-19, firms are rolling out recruitment plans after Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday with about 44,800-55,600 vacant positions to be filled.

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Worrisome issues camouflaged by optimism

(ĐTTCO) - Statements in a recently published socio-economic report for the first six months of 2021 pointed to many optimistic macro-economic indexes. The GDP was said to recover positively, import and exports showed growth, the budget revenue exceeded estimates, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) began pouring in again, and the number of new businesses saw a positive increase. 
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Tourism industry struggling to survive

(Saigon Investment) - The third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic suddenly occurred when the Tet Lunar New Year was about to be begin across the country. This seriously jeopardized the travel of thousands of Vietnamese and subsequently affected the tourism industry which took an extremely hard hit. 
The Golden Bridge on Ba Na resort, Da Nang, also fell because of Covid-19.

Entire tourism industry in dire straits

(Saigon Investment) - The unrelenting Covid-19 pandemic has caused havoc across most businesses. Even the once formidable tourism industry is now finding it hard to make ends meet, with long time workers now moving away to other pastures. The future of the entire tourism industry is clearly looking very bleak, gloomy and most unpredictable.
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Adapting to lifestyle changes under the pandemic

(Saigon Investment) - A little over a year ago, the sudden and virulent outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic began to affect our lives in Vietnam, when the first Covid-19 patient was confirmed. Now, Vietnam is suffering under a third wave of the pandemic with a new virus variant named SARS-CoV-2. 
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Liquidity boom still sweeping stock market

(Saigon Investment) - Investors remained unfazed when the stock market experienced a shock fall of about 6.6% from mid-January to just before the Tet Lunar New Year. The damage was minuscule, as big investors see a bright future and immense growth opportunities.
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New leap forward for stock market

(Saigon Investment) - The stock market in Vietnam will take an important step forward when Circular 120/2020/TT-BTC takes effect by 15 February, thereby allowing for intraday trading and short selling soon after the Tet Lunar New Year holiday season ends.
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Caution for Vietnamese diaspora returning for Tet

(Saigon Investment) - Many Vietnamese do not want their relatives living abroad to travel to Vietnam and risk infection as the Covid-19 pandemic is far from over. In fact, the Vietnamese diaspora spread across the globe who have a good income, are choosing to stay away from Vietnam, and instead are preferring to support their families during Tet Lunar New Year by sending money home.
Airlines need supports to seize opportunities when the market recovers. Photo: M.Duy

More domestic flights could save aviation industry

(Saigon Investment) - The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) is planning to organize an average of 1,000 domestic flights per day during Tet Lunar New Year holiday period. This is an increase of 28% over the same period last year, on peak days of the Tet Festival there will be 1,200 flights per day, an increase by 25.3% over the same period during last Tet. 
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Vietnamese diaspora keep tradition alive during Tet

(Saigon Investment) - During Tet Lunar New Year every year, many Vietnamese diaspora, living and working in various countries across the globe, look forward to returning back to their hometown in Vietnam to celebrate this sacred festival with their family and friends. 
A large number of cars imported from 2019 are now in the Vietnamese market.

Car prices plummet from large Inventories

(ĐTTCO) - Since the beginning of the year, prices of imported and assembled cars have been dropping sharply. However, this situation is greatly expected to reverse towards the end of the year, as car manufacturers may increase prices once again as soon as inventories reduce.