Update news retail chain
In some localities in the country, no new supermarket has been set up over the last seven years.
Prices rise as people tighten purse strings, retailers warned of difficulties
Retailers are facing difficulties as high inflation has affected consumer spending. Cao Thi Ngoc Dung’s PNJ and Truong Gia Binh’s FRT, for example, have seen their capitalization value drop by trillions of dong.
E-commerce threatens traditional markets, supermarkets in Vietnam
Some manufacturing enterprises are concerned about the possibility that goods will disappear from traditional distribution channels and will have to switch to online retail.
Some foreign retailers leave Vietnam’s $180 billion market - Why?
Some foreign retail groups have left Vietnam recently. Is this because the retail market is no longer attractive?
Vietnamese market can be tough for foreign food & coffee brands
For the last half month, visitors to Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at Dong Khoi Street located near the Metropolitan building in the central district 1 of HCMC can see only closed green doors.
Investors gear up for children’s product market
VietNamNet Bridge - Retail chains specializing in products for mothers and children now have to compete with private shops and vendors, whose low cost is a great advantage.
30% of goods at supermarkets must be Vietnam-made: Ministry
The draft decree on managing the distribution industry stipulates that supermarkets and shopping malls must reserve at least 30 percent of stalls for products from Vietnam’s small and medium enterprises.
What is the future for Vietnam’s retail industry?
VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese retail market is undergoing a restructuring with new trends expected in the next three years, especially changes in investors’ strategies.
Vietnam’s retail market: convenience stores mushroom
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is witnessing the strong expansion of small supermarket and convenience store chains applying high-tech solutions in sales, storage and customer management.
Supermarkets stock more imports as retail war heats up
VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign supermarkets have stepped up distribution of their products as the retail war heats up.
Parkson’s departure from Hanoi - will other retailers follow?
VietNamNet Bridge - The closing of a series of Parkson trade centers in Hanoi indicates that luxury shopping malls are facing pressure from the economic crisis.