The COVID-19 pandemic is a "nightmare" for many economic sectors around the world, but it seems to be the "fortune" of e-commerce websites, when e-commerce is the only way to get what consumers need in times of social distancing.
The growth of processed seafood output in Vietnam will reach over 6 percent a year by 2030 under a national seafood processing development strategy for 2021-2030 which has been approved by the Prime Minister.
As a country with the leading economic growth rate in ASEAN, strongly affected by climate change, Vietnam is aware of the importance of transforming the energy source structure towards increasing the proportion of energy in the world. Renewable energy is associated with the economical, efficient, and sustainable use of energy.
Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 1.42 percent in the first nine months of 2021 from the same period last year, marking a great success of the country in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and maintaining production and business amid the prolonged period of social distancing in many provinces and cities.
The positive achievements in socio-economic development in 2020 amid the prevalence of COVID-19 have offered Vietnam a further premise for the successful realisation of its socio-economic development targets this year.
Many corporations use online video conferencing platforms to maintain business continuity during the period of social distancing. To achieve the best outcomes, everyone should apply appropriate communication skills in virtual meetings.
The consumer price index (CPI) increased by 1.64 per cent in the January to July period, the lowest rate since 2016, with lower food and electricity prices after Government efforts to stabilise prices and support virus-hit citizens and enterprises in the pandemic, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).