Vietnam has successfully entered many markets after years of negotiations, including choosy ones such as the US, Chile, Japan, Taiwan and New Zealand, according to Le Van Thiet, deputy director of the Plant Protection Agency.
Thailand became the leading supplier of fruit for Vietnam with US$376 million, making up more than half of Vietnam’s market share of fruit imports of US$507 million during the first half of this year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
China remains a traditional and important market for Vietnamese lychees, according to the Bac Giang provincial Department of Industry and Trade.
Though demand for low-cost cars in Vietnam is high, low-cost car manufacturers have failed to enter the market.
Vietnam is among the top three most expensive countries to sip a Starbucks, compared to the U.S. coffeehouse chain’s home country, a survey finds.
Viet Nam imported nearly 4,800 Indian cars in the first quarter of this year, increasing more than threefold compared with the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Customs.
The rolling out of 4G services is the starting pistol for a competition made afresh amongst telecommunications companies in Vietnam. While most major service providers, with the exception of FPT, have started pilot programmes, VinaPhone’s business strategy is markedly different from its competition.
Vietnamese manufacturers are trying to display their products at foreign-invested supermarket chains, which have become familiar shopping destinations for urbanites. But it has not been an easy task.
Vietnam is about to overtake Brazil as the world's largest coffee exporter, according to Agrimoney.com
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in September increased 0.54% from the previous month and rose 2.07% over a year earlier, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The Gioi Di Dong has had to close 22 stores at Big C shopping malls following the supermarket chain's recent acquisition by a Thai firm.
The price of RON 92 petrol and bio-fuel E5 slid 665 VND and 604 VND per litre, respectively, from 3:00 pm on July 20th, according to the Ministry of Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
An international fair specializing on shrimp technology (VietShrimp) will be held from June 24th to 26th in Bac Lieu province.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has directed the Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee to organize a meeting on June 17th to promote litchi consumption in Ho Chi Minh city, said Deputy Minister Do Thang Hai.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in May 2016 rose by 0.54% from the previous month, bringing the total index increase by 1.59% over a year earlier, reported the General Statistics Office on May 24th.
(VNF) - The domestic retail petrol price has been increased from 15h00 on May 5th, ranging VND300-650 per litter. The use of fuel price stabilization fund (FEPC) also raises.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Ho Chi Minh city fell 0.03 percent in January, over a month earlier.