Vietnam jumps 25 levels in WB’s logistics performance index

Vietnam jumps 25 levels in WB’s logistics performance index

Vietnam’s position in the Logistics Performance Index (LPI) in 2018 rose 25 levels compared to two years ago, jumping to the 39th among 160 surveyed countries, according to the latest report from the World Bank (WB).

Việt Nam maintained its lead in the ASEAN PMI rankings. - Photo VNA

Vietnam leads PMI rankings

Viet Nam maintained its lead in the ASEAN Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rankings, registering another solid improvement in its goods-producing sector in July, the latest survey from Nikkei’s IHS Markit revealed on Wednesday.
Lotte Center Hanoi is a complex of high-class apartment, Grade A office, 5-star hotel and modern shopping center. (Illustrative image. Photo: VNA)

Five-star hotel room rate rebounds in 2017: Survey

The average room rate for five-star hotels in Vietnam in 2017 recovered from a 2.2 percent decline from the previous year, picking up 4.2 percent to $107.6 , according to a recent survey by US-based audit, tax, and advisory service provider Grant Thornton.
The rate and commercial values of unlicensed personal computer software installations in Vietnam and in the Asian Pacific area. Photo by Tran Binh

Unlicensed software installation in Vietnam greatly reduced

The Software Alliance (BSA) officially announced its BSA Global Software Survey 2018 yesterday in Hanoi. Compared to the previous survey released in 2016, the rate of unlicensed software installations in Vietnam reduced by 4 percent, which shows the considerable effort of Vietnamese organizations.

A farmer harvest vegetable (Photo: SGGP)

Number of laborers in farming drops in HCMC

As per a survey conducted by the steering board for Rural and Agriculture Censor, due to fast urbanization and low income from farming, laborers in the farming sector change to other jobs, resulting in reduction of workers in the sector.
Survey says patient dissatisfaction of dirty hospital toilets

Survey says patient dissatisfaction of dirty hospital toilets

Toilets and bathrooms in hospitals across the country appeared to have a particularly low satisfaction rating on hygiene, according to a nationwide survey of patients carried out by the association of Vietnam Initiative and the Department of Medical Examination and Treatment in 29 facilities.

Patients register for health checkups at the National Haematology and Blood Transfusion Institute in Hanoi.— Photo

Patient satisfaction hits 80 percent: Survey

The results of a pilot survey have shown the average patient satisfaction index (PSI) in the country reached 3.98/5, that is some 79.6 per cent of their expectation.