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Businesses spend big money on fruit processing technologyicon
BUSINESS05/08/20190

Businesses spend big money on fruit processing technology

Preservation and processing technologies are the key to increasing the value of farm produce exports, experts say.

 
Vietnam to boost exports via retail channelsicon

Vietnam to boost exports via retail channels

BUSINESS
26/07/2019

Billions of dollars worth of Vietnam’s products are exported via large global retail chains, but these products must adhere to strict requirements to be accepted by supermarkets.

Vietnam’s textile and garment sector benefits from FTAs, trade waricon

Vietnam’s textile and garment sector benefits from FTAs, trade war

BUSINESS
26/07/2019

The US-China trade war and new FTAs have given a push to Vietnam’s textile and garment industry, helping it gain two-digit growth rates.

Is it necessary to set regulations on discount rates at supermarkets?icon

Is it necessary to set regulations on discount rates at supermarkets?

BUSINESS
25/07/2019

There is no regulation about the discount rates suppliers have to pay to supermarkets or the the ratio of Vietnam-made goods that must be available at supermarkets.

Vietnam dairy producers prosper in CPTPP eraicon

Vietnam dairy producers prosper in CPTPP era

BUSINESS
10/07/2019

Vietnam-made dairy products, which have certain advantages in the home market, continue to be prosperous.

Vietnamese market share in US improves, but insignificantlyicon

Vietnamese market share in US improves, but insignificantly

BUSINESS
09/07/2019

The product items of labor-intensive industries that investors hope will benefit from the production relocation movement, including textile & garments, footwear and toys, still have not seen export growth breakthroughs in the US as expected.

Vietnam’s rice exports drop, causing big worriesicon

Vietnam’s rice exports drop, causing big worries

BUSINESS
09/07/2019

Over the last 10 years, rice exports have brought $2-3 billion to Vietnam a year. However, they are facing difficulties in nearly all key markets this year.

Agencies admit there is no regulation on ‘made-in-Vietnam’ productsicon

Agencies admit there is no regulation on ‘made-in-Vietnam’ products

BUSINESS
07/07/2019

Vietnam has no regulations on criteria for goods to be labeled ‘made in Vietnam’, so consumers have no basis to distinguish ‘made in Vietnam’ and foreign-made products.

Industry Ministry’s unprofitable projects revived thanks to outsourcing jobsicon

Industry Ministry’s unprofitable projects revived thanks to outsourcing jobs

BUSINESS
05/07/2019

Some unprofitable projects under the management of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), called ‘trillion-dong zombies’, have begun making money.

Vietnam warned its woodworks may be taxed by the USicon

Vietnam warned its woodworks may be taxed by the US

BUSINESS
05/07/2019

Vietnam’s woodwork industry runs the risk of being watched by the US government for taxation as its export turnover has soared, especially in the context of the sharp rise in Chinese investment.

Vietnam’s exports see more opportunities in world marketicon

Vietnam’s exports see more opportunities in world market

BUSINESS
02/07/2019

By increasing processed and high-tech products and taking advantage of free trade agreements, Vietnam’s goods are being increasingly chosen by consumers in the world market.

Vietnam motorbike market remains healthyicon

Vietnam motorbike market remains healthy

BUSINESS
01/07/2019

With 3.3 million motorbikes bought each year, the fourth largest market in the world for motorbikes continues to grow, with manufacturers launching new models into the Vietnamese market.

Vietnam’s businesses try to exploit unfamiliar marketsicon

Vietnam’s businesses try to exploit unfamiliar markets

BUSINESS
21/06/2019

Meeting barriers in loyal markets, Vietnam’s businesses have begun eyeing Nepal, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Islamic countries in an effort to diversity export markets.

Many guaranteed projects may go bankrupticon

Many guaranteed projects may go bankrupt

BUSINESS
19/06/2019

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) in 2018 granted government guarantee to two power projects developed by EVN and PetroVietnam (PVN) with the total value of $1.6 billion. 

PetroVietnam faces unprofitable oil projects overseasicon

PetroVietnam faces unprofitable oil projects overseas

BUSINESS
15/06/2019

The national oil and gas group PetroVietnam is taking necessary steps to recover the investment capital in unprofitable projects overseas, estimated at $800 million.

Vietnam-made appliance manufacturers struggle for bigger market shareicon

Vietnam-made appliance manufacturers struggle for bigger market share

BUSINESS
14/06/2019

Vietnam’s home appliances are seen by consumers as good as foreign made products, but they still cannot catch the eyes of Vietnamese consumers.

Two paths for Vietnam's automobile industryicon

Two paths for Vietnam's automobile industry

BUSINESS
13/06/2019

There are two clear investment tendencies in the automobile industry. First, becoming the leading assembling center in Southeast Asia, and second, buying technologies and making automobiles for export.

Thai manufactured 3 million cars in 20 years, Vietnam assembled 250,000icon

Thai manufactured 3 million cars in 20 years, Vietnam assembled 250,000

BUSINESS
06/06/2019

Twenty years ago, five large automobile manufacturers asked Vietnam to open the automobile market. But the proposal was refused.