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HOW TECHNOLOGY FIRMS ARE TRANSFORMING THE OFFICE LANDSCAPE IN SEA
As growth in Southeast Asia's online economy gains pace, JLL projects that technology companies will drive office occupancy, potentially accounting for 15 to 25 per cent of annual gross office leasing volumes in the next decade, compared to about five to 10 per cent three years ago.In this report, we highlight how technology companies are transforming the office markets in Southeast Asia cities, notably in Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila and Ho Chi Minh City. Tech firms may occupy up to a quarter of office space in Southeast Asia by 2030.
The fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) requires social security network and insurance agencies to make drastic change and enhance the application of technology to meet demands of labor market and laborers.
Social security mechanism and regulations will have to be changed since the fourth industrial revolution and free movement of labour have led to new kinds of jobs and ways of working, Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam has said.
The Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang is calling for investment in 81 projects in fields such as tourism, commerce, the environment and high-tech agriculture. Pham Vu Hong, chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, said the projects would run until 2020.
The Government has issued a decree to update provisions of the Labour Code relating to wages. The newly issued decree, which will take effect from November 1 this year, details regulations for wage scales, payroll and labour productivity norms.
Heads of state from across Southeast Asia on September 12 hailed the technological opportunities for the region in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
Secretary of the HCM City Party’s Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan on September 16 received Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.