Update news domestic market
VietNamNet Bridge - While foreign enterprises flock to Vietnam as they see it as an attractive market, Vietnamese manufacturers are focusing on selling their products abroad.
The book 1987, containing stories of those born in 1987 — the first year after the initiation of the country’s famous Doi Moi policy — has become a best-seller, with 10,000 copies selling out only three months after its release.
VietNamNet Bridge - After many years of exporting products and becoming well-known in the world market, Vietnamese manufacturers are considering exploiting the domestic market. But the road has been bumpy.
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese drink 640 million litres of home brew each year, and the practice is spreading, the Viet Nam Association for Anti-Counterfeiting and Trademark Protection, VATAP, has reported.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese cannot manufacture products at low costs in Vietnam but can do so in foreign countries.
VietNamNet Bridge – While Vietnamese businesses have to struggle to bring their products to the world market, foreign goods do not encounter the same obstacles when entering Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese businesses could face losses in the domestic market as the country opens to the ASEAN member imports later this year in compliance with the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement,
VietNamNet Bridge – Tablet/laptop hybrids are expected to become more popular in Vietnam in 2015.
VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam National Chemicals Group's deputy director Bui The Chuyen told Nong thon ngay nay newspaper about how a new value-added tax on fertiliser could hurt farmers and local firms.