While the Ministry of Finance has not decided on a date for issuing sovereign bonds worth US$3 billion on the international market to refinance the country's debts, the same amount of foreign currency is allowed to be spent every year to allow Vietnamese to study abroad. » Read more
The Australian Associated Press (AAP) news agency on October 17 reported that business ties between Australia and Vietnam are expected to grow further after the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement comes into effect, quoting remarks of many analysts and diplomats. » Read more
HCMC - Vietnam is losing its front-runner magnet to foreign investors to other regional countries as foreign business chambers and associations said the country’s old macroeconomic problems coupled with global uncertainties have made it difficult for their member companies to do business. » Read more
Brian O’Reilly, Vice Chairman of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Viet Nam (AusCham), asked the Government to establish a transparent business environment which includes a personal income tax and other tax regime that is internationally competitive. » Read more
This event was organised by Enterprise Ireland and they hosted business people from the ASEAN region. These business representatives included business people from Vietnam including Brian O’Reilly from SEA Management Consulting Company. » Read more
17th June 2011, Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland – Brian delivered a presentation on “Education in East Asia: A Vietnamese Perspective”. This forum was attended by delegates from all over Asia and is an annual event held in Dublin, Ireland. » Read more
Vice President of the Australian Chamber of Commerce, Brian O’Reilly said that Vietnam should pay attention to the Public-Private Partnership model which will make important contribution to improving infrastructure in Vietnam.
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