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If Vietnamese products are absent from large retail chains, domestic production will lose advantages in the home market, experts warn.

 

Japanese, Thai goods reach every corner of Vietnamese market

Several years ago, fans of Thai and Japanese goods had only several choices – either buying the products carried across border gates, or going to a few select shops. But now, they can freely choose products at many specialized stores. 

The ‘Thai goods’ era’ has arrived

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese manufacturers’ biggest rival is Thailand, experts say. The country exports a wide range of goods, from chicken to slippers, from cosmetics to electric cookers. 

Will Vietnamese goods be ousted by Thai products?

Experts have calmed the public down amid the worry that Thai retailers would dislodge Vietnamese goods from supermarkets, saying Vietnamese goods can stay in supermarkets if the quality and prices are good.

Thai consumer goods challenging Vietnamese manufacturers

VietNamNet Bridge - Priced at slightly above the selling prices of Chinese goods and better in quality, Thai consumer products have dislodged Chinese goods out of Vietnam and competed fiercely with Vietnamese products.

Businesses fear growing presence of Thai companies in Vietnam’s market

 VietNamNet Bridge – After withstanding a barrage of Chinese goods flooding the market for years, Vietnamese businesses are now facing the risk of losing the home market to Thai companies.

Is the Chinese-goods era to be followed by a Thai-goods era?

 VietNamNet Bridge – More and more Thai goods will enter the Vietnamese market through modern distribution channels, but will not kill local production, as many people fear, experts say.