AmCham HCMC seeks a dynamic leader to build on and expand relationships amongst the U.S. business community, government offices and the U.S. mission operating in Vietnam.
About AmCham Vietnam
AmCham is an independent association of companies with the objective of promoting trade and investment between Vietnam and the U.S. With two chapters, one in Ho Chi Minh City and one in Hanoi, our membership of 700 companies and 1,500 representatives is unified by a commitment to promote trade and investment between Vietnam and the United States.
Entries by AmCham Vietnam
Automation will not lose people their jobs, but increase job opportunities in the future, as employers globally plan to increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation, according to the latest report of ManpowerGroup – the leading global workforce solutions company.
Vietnamese consumers are embracing digital payments as a faster and more convenient way to pay, with consumers using their credit and debit cards more often for in store and online purchases, according to figures released by Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments.
Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has asked the consultancy agencies of Long Thanh international airport to complete the project’s feasibility study by May 30, so the ministry can consider and verify it before submitting to the Government in early June.
Firstly I would like to share that I am honored and grateful for the privilege to serve as this year’s Chairwoman of AmCham Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City Chapter and National Chair for AmCham Vietnam. AmCham has long been a staple in the business community in Vietnam, and we are very excited to celebrate our 25th Anniversary this year along with continuing our focus on our 3 pillars of value creation for our members – Networking, Information Sharing & Advocacy.
Developing the consumer credit sector is one of Vietnam’s best tools to end illegal moneylending in the country, according to experts.
Institutional reform, developing the private economic sector, and effectively utilising the advantages and opportunities created by economic integration are the key factors for Vietnam to develop, according to experts from the annual seminar on economic development themed “Breakthrough From Growth Drivers,” held recently in Ho Chi Minh City.
Figures show that online shopping has already reached 60 per cent of the Vietnamese population in 2019 so far, dominated by only a handful of e-commerce websites and social media pages. Richard Burrage, CEO of market research firm Cimigo Vietnam, discusses the trends.
Jonathan L. Moreno, general director of Medovations Vietnam (former AmCham Vietnam chairman and Vietnam Business Forum’s board member), shared his thoughts with VIR about Vietnam and the DPRK-US Summit held in Hanoi.
Authorities in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang are expected to issue investment certificates to eight foreign-invested projects, including the development of an aircraft device production plant of a U.S. investor.