Entries by AmCham Vietnam

AmCham Vietnam Supports Local Business – AmCham 2020 Discount Partner Program

We at AmCham want to support local businesses which contribute so much to our quality of life in Vietnam by inviting them to join our 2020 AmCham Discount Partnership Program. Please consider joining for your company or refer a favorite local business by sending their email address or a copy of their business card to Membership Manager Sam Hoang at  [email protected]

AmCham Awarded Certificate of Merit for Contributions to the Revised Labor Code Adoption

AmCham Vietnam was awarded the Certificate of Merit for its contributions, led and coordinated by AmCham’s Human Resources (HR) Committee, to the stakeholders’ consultation process of the Revised Labor Code. Mr. Trung Pham, Advocacy Lead of the HR Committee, represented AmCham’s HR Committee to receive the Certificate from Mr. Hoang Quang Phong, Vice President of VCCI.  This award was presented during a meeting organized by VCCI together with other Chambers in Hanoi on March 4.

Coronavirus: Vietnam lured factories during trade war, but now faces big hit as parts from China stop flowing

Supply chains are complex, and despite Vietnam’s tariff-induced windfall, companies are now finding out how difficult it is to wean themselves off China. Photo: Reuters A quick glance at the accounts of his 10,000-person packaging factory in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi tells Stuart Donegan that the “big wave is coming”. In addition to its

Vietnam Business Operations and the Coronavirus: Updates

This article will be updated as further developments in Vietnam become available.  Latest Updates The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on February 27, removed Vietnam from the list of destinations vulnerable to community transmission of COVID-19 citing’s Vietnam’s comprehensive actions against the epidemic. The CDC will also send a delegation in March to enhance