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Vietnam to import large amounts of pork for Teticon
BUSINESS28/12/20190

Vietnam to import large amounts of pork for Tet

Vietnam is facing a shortage of pork for the Lunar New Year holiday, or Tet, so responsible ministries and departments plan to import 100,000 tons of pork for this largest and longest national holiday.

 
Chung cake makers rush to buy pork as shortage continuesicon

Chung cake makers rush to buy pork as shortage continues

SOCIETY
23/12/2019

Chung cake makers in Hanoi are facing difficulties buying pork as demand increases for the Tet Holiday.

Agriculture ministry criticized for pork price upsurgeicon

Agriculture ministry criticized for pork price upsurge

BUSINESS
20/12/2019

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s leadership should evaluate and learn from its shortcomings and be held accountable for delays in reporting the potential shortage of pork and the pork price hike to the Government.

Pork prices hit all-time high in HCM Cityicon

Pork prices hit all-time high in HCM City

BUSINESS
19/12/2019

Prices of pork hit a record high with some supermarkets in Ho Chi Minh City selling pork ribs at VND280,000 per kilogram and the price of pigs reaching VND90,000 per kilogram.

Higher pork prices push related food costs up in Vietnamicon

Higher pork prices push related food costs up in Vietnam

BUSINESS
22/11/2019

The sharp rise in pork prices has driven up the costs of related food in restaurants and markets.

Vietnam to import pork to ensure supply in Tet holidayicon

Vietnam to import pork to ensure supply in Tet holiday

BUSINESS
19/11/2019

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue on November 18 assigned the Ministry of Industry and Trade to calculate pork supply and demand every month from now until Tet holiday.

Ministry acts to ensure adequate pork supply in Vietnamicon

Ministry acts to ensure adequate pork supply in Vietnam

BUSINESS
14/11/2019

The Ministry of Industry and Trade over the past few months has proposed solutions to the prime minister to stabilize the local market in the lead up to the upcoming Tet holiday early next year.