Business & Trade Resources
AmCham Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City is an independent association of American and international businesses. With about 500 companies, and more than 1,000 representatives, our membership of manufacturing and sales, transportation and logistics, professional and business services, and travel and tourism firms is unified by a common objective to promote trade and investment between Vietnam and the United States.
Provides information on development assistance to Viet Nam, economic data and analysis, the latest news and publications, and regional initiatives
In order to help you do business in Vietnam, we have posted down here some important information for you. Please check it and if you should have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Home - Welcome Message
This review, undertaken in close co-operation with the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, assesses the performance of Vietnamese agriculture over the last two decades, evaluates Vietnamese agricultural policy reforms, discusses the policy framework for sustainable investment in agriculture and provides recommendations to address key challenges in the future.
As Vietnam emerges fully onto the world economic stage, new and constantly-evolving demands are placed on business executives in all industries. To successfully manage these challenges, today's executive must possess strong analytical skills, the ability to think strategically, and effective leadership capabilities.
Up-to-date news, clippings, photos and event information about the US-ASEAN Business Council's activities related to Vietnam.
US-Vietnam Trade Council
Welcome to the Vietnam Business Forum
VietNam Academy Of Science And Technology
Vietnam Trade Office in the USA
VIETRADE - Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency
This page summarizes Doing Business data for Vietnam. It includes rankings, data for key regulations and comparisons with other economies.
MEMBER INFORMATION: Viet Nam and the WTO - This page gathers key information on Viet Nam's participation in the WTO. Viet Nam has been a member of the WTO since 11 January 2007.
Education & Cultural Resources
Learn about Lunar new Year in Vietnam and why it is an especially good time to review good manners. Questions to Explore What is New Year? How do we celebrate New Year in another culture?
Although the history of any region is the product of a complex mix of culture and circumstance, in many ways, for Vietnam, geography is destiny. To understand Vietnam's history it is imperative to have aclear picture of the land and the region.
One must begin with a sense of the richness and variety of traditional Vietnamese religion. Time was when the Vietnamese believed they inhabited a world alive with gods and spirits.
Viet is an ethnic term, of unknown linguistic origin, that dates from well before the common era. In its Chinese form it could mean either "beyond," i.e., the peoples beyond the boundary (outsiders), or "hatchet," perhaps referring to a farm implement common to the region.
The Vietnamese tradition of poetry and music captures the indomitable spirit of the people - a spirit that seems equal to any adversity.
Industrialization Vietnam has achieved 14 percent annual growth. However, most of the wastewater discharged from the approximately 3,000 industrial enterprises - roughly half of them in heavy industry - is improperly treated. Polluted water sources in the Ku Cing River, caused by mining activities in Tinh Tuc, or the pollution in the Hong River, caused by the Vietnam tri-industrial zone, are two obvious examples.
Watch now: Independent Lens | Education in Vietnam - Classroom Module | PBS Video
The IIE Hanoi office in Vietnam provides impartial, comprehensive and free information about regionally accredited institutions of higher education in the U.S. as part of the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
a chartered international organization whose purpose is to promote cooperation in education, science and culture in the Southeast Asian region.
Heritage Language 1The Vietnamese language is spoken by over 85 million people in Vietnam and three million people around the world, including more than 1.5 million people in the US. In Hawaii, Vietnamese are among the state's fastest-growing ethnicities. There are more than 7,000 Vietnamese living in Honolulu alone.
The Vietnamese education system has achieved some laudable results, including a 98 percent literacy rate. However, shortcomings of the education system include limited training for teachers, inadequate instructional methods, and poor education management and administration. The demands of a highly competitive global economy require a mix of skills, knowledge and human capital that is not being developed currently by Vietnam's education system.
Viet Nam has made impressive strides toward ensuring all children have access to a quality education. With 96 per cent of six to 11-year-olds enrolled in primary school, the Government is hoping to do the same for lower secondary education in 2010.
Home > Finding Information > PCL Map Collection > Vietnam Maps
THE VIETNAM FOUNDATION Improving the Lives of the Vietnamese People through Education" " Vietnam: The 8th floor, Newtatco Bld., 21 Lang Ha, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi. Phone: (84) 4-6278-2788 | Fax (84) 4-6278-2785. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org USA: National Academies Building 500 Fifth Street NW, Room 570 Washington D.C. 20001. Phone: 202-334-2787
Vietnam Scholars Group
This is a list of universities in Vietnam . It includes comprehensive universities, specialized universities, "senior colleges", institutes, conservatories, and military academies. The list is organized into public, private, and foreign-owned institutions.