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Monday, January 27, 2020
Tags: Industry 4.0
Vietnam needs to change policy or lose out in Industry 4.0 Vietnam needs to change policy or lose out in Industry 4.0
Vietnam needs a “revolution in its policy-making mind-set” before it can take advantage of the fourth industrial revolution, said Pham Xuan Hoe from the Banking Strategy Institute, at a forum in Hanoi on January 8.
The digital economy thrives in Vietnam The digital economy thrives in Vietnam
Developing the digital economy is considered by many countries an inevitable trend of Industrial Revolution 4.0 (also known as Industry 4.0). The Vietnamese Government has resolved to grasp this development trend while showing efforts to concentrate resources and create an environment for accelerated development of the digital economy.
Fundraising through new channels - opportunities and legal challenges Fundraising through new channels - opportunities and legal challenges
The Fourth Industrial Revolution helps create new products and services as well as business models in an open atmosphere without any distance between the reality and cyber space. However, Vietnam’s existing legal framework still fails to meet the demand for realizing these products, services and models. It is not yet mature for the application of novel forms of raising funds from angel investors or venture investment funds. So far, there is no legal corridor for innovative startups, particularly fintech ones. This article introduces new fundraising channels and their legal challenges and puts forward recommendations for formulating a regulatory sandbox applicable to these channels.
Party determines to embrace Fourth Industrial Revolution Party determines to embrace Fourth Industrial Revolution
On September 27, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong signed Resolution 52-NQ/TW, on a number of policies on the nation’s proactive involvement in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, affirming that the nation will take strong actions to take advantage of opportunities brought by the Revolution. Vietnam Law and Legal Forum would like to introduce important contents of this Resolution.
Industry 4.0 Summit 2019 wraps up with high-level discussion Industry 4.0 Summit 2019 wraps up with high-level discussion
The Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission and relevant agencies co-organized a high-level discussion within the framework of the Industry 4.0 Summit 2019 in Hanoi on October 3.
Vietnam attends WIPO General Assemblys 59th session Vietnam attends WIPO General Assembly’s 59th session
The World Intellectual Property Organization General Assembly opened its 59th session in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 30, drawing over 1,000 delegates from 191 member countries.
National strategy on Industry 4.0 drafted National strategy on Industry 4.0 drafted
Vietnam would apply technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to build an e-Government and strive toward a digital Government in order to perform state administration in a smarter, faster, and more transparent, effective and efficient manner.
Humans and technology key to Vietnams new-stage development Humans and technology key to Vietnam’s new-stage development
New technology and skilled human resources were the decisive factors to drive Vietnam’s long-term growth, especially in the face of Industry 4.0-induced changes.
NA Chairwoman Ngan addresses IPU-140 plenary session NA Chairwoman Ngan addresses IPU-140 plenary session
The National Assembly of Vietnam is a responsible member of the IPU and is ready to work with the IPU and other member parliaments to implement resolutions and initiatives, contributing to building peace and sustainable development for the sake of people around the globe, Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said.
From Vinasun vs Grab lawsuit: How to change management thinking to suit new business models From Vinasun vs Grab lawsuit: How to change management thinking to suit new business models
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court last December pronounced a judgment, completing the first-instance trial of a civil case between local taxi firm Vinasun and Singapore-based ride-hailing app Grab. However, it does not end the controversial story but raises a lot of questions about how to change authorities’ management thinking to adapt to new business models emerging in a sharing economy.

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