The Perspective of DXCenter

HCMC boosting digital transformation process via new consultation center

Ho Chi Minh City is building its Support and Consultation Center for Digital Transformation (DXCenter), which is estimated to be in operation in the third quarter this year. SGGP Newspaper conducted an interview with Director of Quang Trung Software City (QTSC) Lam Nguyen Hai Long about the center’s operation and its expected benefits to individuals, businesses sited in the city.

Vietnamese furniture has been favoured by US distributors. (Photo: VNA)

Made-in-Vietnam wooden products conquer US market

Boasting huge production advantages and capitalising on good market opportunities, Vietnam’s furniture sector has stood firm amid COVID-19 and improved its position in the global market and especially in the US.
Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

In the context that natural resources are increasingly exhausted, the promotion of recycling and reuse of wastes, by-products, and defective products in the production and processing process is a measure to save costs and protect the environment effectively. Recycled wastes not only contribute to reducing input materials but also limiting output gas emissions.
At the reception (Photo: VNA)

HCMC, UNICEF boost cooperation in child care

Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Vo Van Hoan lauded UNICEF’s efforts in programmes to promote child care and protection in Vietnam.
The educational ecosystem of VNPT has been widely used in Vietnam recently. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam determinedly boosts national digital transformation

Possessing great economic and technological potentials, Vietnamese telecoms businesses must quickly transform themselves into digital technology ones in order to create a strong foundation for the national digital transformation to take place smoothly.

Footwear production at Biti's Company. (Photo: SGGP)

Footwear industry needs to resolve difficulties to make breakthrough

The Covid-19 pandemic has continued to obstruct trade activities of the leather and footwear industry in the main export markets of Vietnam, including Europe and the US. Last year, the whole industry exported US$19.5 billion, down 11.5 percent compared to 2019. Currently, Vietnam has controlled the pandemic, so many long-term orders have returned to enterprises. However, experts predict that the difficult situation will last until the end of this year.