Update news coffee shops
The capital city is at the time of changing seasons. These days, many young people think that if they don't go to coffee shops to see the flow of people passing by on the streets and enjoy coffee, it will be a big mistake with this fine weather.
Relevant forces in Hanoi were deployed on September 15 to erect barriers in order to block the entrance of coffee shops along the rail tracks running through a narrow street of the capital.
Losing patrons and having no money to pay for rent, the owners of many coffee houses have had to shut down.
Highlands Coffee, Vinacafe and Passio all have been selling coffee in vending machines and at new coffee stalls in places with heavy traffic.
VietNamNet Bridge - Old apartments in HCM City have become impressivel locations for many coffee shops in HCM City.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese coffee market is believed to nearly get saturated. The changes in the brand positioning are believed to lead to the biggest changes in the brands’ fames.
VietNamNet Bridge – The central province of Quang Binh has announced that henceforth the workings of civil servants will be monitored on CCTV camera to avoid them from wasting time lingering in coffee shops.