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Vietnam an attractive spot for startups: Bloomberg

Vietnam an attractive spot for startups: Bloomberg

Bloomberg yesterday published an article 'Silicon Valley talent is helping grow Vietnam’s startup hub', quoting founders’ opinion that inexpensive engineers coupled with a fast-growing economy makes Vietnam an attractive spot for startups.
The growth rate speed of Vietnam's digital economy

Vietnam owning fastest growing digital economy in Southeast Asia

The digital economy of Vietnam is enjoying the fastest growth rate in the Southeast Asian (SEA) region, with estimated Gross Merchandise Volume (GMV) rise by 28 percent, from US$18 billion in 2021 to $23 billion this year, thanks to the 26-percent development of its e-commerce.

Genetica Co. cooperated with MIC to establish the largest gene decoding center in Southeast Asia.

Vietnam to build largest gene decoding center in Southeast Asia

Seeing the potential in the gene decoding market in Vietnam, the Ministry of Planning and Investment has supported Vietnam National Innovation Center (NIC) to sign an agreement with Genetica Co. to establish the largest gene decoding center in Southeast Asia to serve research tasks and applications of gene decoding in Vietnam as well as the Southeast Asian region.

Illustrative pA corner of HCMC (Photo: Hoang Hung)

Ho Chi Minh City needs breakthrough solutions

If we believe that Ho Chi Minh City will be a very modern, fastest-growing, and the most dynamic city in Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific within the next ten or fifteen years, we will not be wrong. 

Illustrative image (Photo: todayonline)

Singapore to add ASEAN subject into school curricula

Singapore will add the coverage of ASEAN into subjects at junior and senior high schools next year in an effort to raise students’ understanding about Asia and Southeast Asia in particular.

A worker operates equipment at Phu My 1 thermal power plant in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province of Vietnam (Photo: VNA)

Southeast Asia may become net importer of fossil fuels: IEA

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has predicted that Southeast Asia could become a net importer of fossil fuels in the next few years, raising the financial burden on governments and increasing carbon emissions in the region.