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Pepper prices unexpectedly fluctuated on confusing information, placing difficulties for export.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s woodwork industry benefits from ‘clean’ supply sources, not from illegally imported timber from Cambodia, experts have warned.
In the digital and artificial intelligence era, orthodox publishing groups no longer play the key role in the world’s publishing industry. The role has been transferred to Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple.
VietNamNet Bridge - While more and more foreign giants are coming to Vietnam, domestic plastics companies are still fumbling for a way to control supply sources.
Many strong brands in the plastics industry have fallen into the hands of investors from Thailand, Japan and South Korea, which has raised concern about the future of the industry.
VietNamNet Bridge - The pepper output and inventory level around the world is on the rise, while emerging export countries are trying to expand growing areas and increase exports at competitive prices, putting pressure on Vietnamese farmers.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA) has warned that Chinese businesses have made moves to corner the domestic pepper market.
The environmental protection tax on plastic bags are expected to increase from VND30,000-50,000 to VND40,000-200,000 per kilo. The new tax rates would help change consumption habits and offer opportunities to biodegradable bag manufacturers.
VietNamNet Bridge - Plastics manufacturers complain that the current laws make it easier for foreign conglomerates to swallow domestic companies.
Deputy Director of the General Department of Sports and Physical Training, Pham Van Tuan, who is also President of the Vietnam Paralympic Association, attended the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Chef de Mission seminar in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil