An EU summit called to set the bloc's next seven-year budget ended in impasse late Friday, riven by competing groups among the 27 member states and pressure to fill a funding gap left by Brexit. European Union leaders gather around the table to try to bridge the divide over the next long-term EU budget. But they did not succeed … [Read more...] about EU budget summit ends with no deal
Long term and short term sources of finance
Accordingly, Binh Thai Nguyen– who claims to be OYO’s partner in Vietnam – encountered a number of problems where he continuously emailed and dispatched documents to both OYO's country head for Vietnam, Dushyant Dwibedy, and OYO Vietnam director Dao Thi Bich Tram. However, responses were a long time coming, sometimes even taking more than a month. … [Read more...] about Indian hotel network OYO on red alert
Officials say China could start clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine as early as late April. (Photo: AFP) Public and private researchers around the world have been working to develop treatments and vaccines to combat the COVID-19 virus that first emerged in central China in December. … [Read more...] about China says COVID-19 vaccine trials to start around late April
In 2009, when the VN Index soared from 324 points to the year's peak of 630 points, the richest stock billionaire had total assets worth over VND9 trillion. But now, one needs to have much more to be listed among the top billionaires. KBC price hovers around VND14,950 per share. With 75 million KBC in hands, Tam now ranks 53rd on the list of top billionaires. … [Read more...] about How much is needed to be listed among the top stock billionaires in Vietnam?
Tô Thị Thu Hương, deputy director of the Ministry of Information and Communications’ information and technology department, said IT is a fast-growing sector with large exports which makes a significant contribution to the country’s GDP. … [Read more...] about Global value chains a mixed bag for IT firms