FAQs handbook: Business Continuity in Vietnam amid the Covid-19 Pandemic

June 22, 2020

The unexpected COVID-19 crisis hit Vietnam's economy. Its GDP declined by 3.8% in the first quarter of 2020, according to the General Statistical Office of Vietnam. To most investors, this sounds like bad news, but it actually is the opposite. 

Until now, Vietnam has responded best to the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of health and economic impacts. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, Vietnam has been closely monitoring and implementing systematic steps to prevent the spread of it. As of 17 June, hospitals have released a total of 325 out of 335 COVID-19 cases (confirmed by the Vietnam Ministry of Health). A Vietnamese repatriated from Kuwait was the latest additional one. 

To support investors with their recovery plans, we would like to present to you a handbook that provides informative answers based on frequently asked questions relating to business continuity in Vietnam during this harsh period.

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