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Vietnam's coffee exports in January are estimated to have dropped 17.6 percent from a year earlier to 120,000 metric tons, while rice exports likely fell 29.5 percent, government data released on Friday showed.

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DEV-OPS ENGINNER- CEL

We are looking for a DevOps to help build out, maintain, and troubleshoot our rapidly expanding IT infrastructure. You will be part of a talented team that demonstrates superb technical competency, delivering mission-critical infrastructure and ensuring the highest levels of availability, performance, and security.  The qualified systems engineer will have a background of at least 2 years in a DevOps position.

 
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ADVISORY SENIOR CONSULTANT

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 

ADVISORY SENIOR CONSULTANT- CEL

A firm specialized in Demand and Supply Management in Emerging Markets: We create an impact where it's most needed

      
FOXCONN PLANS TO SPLASH OUT OVER $325MN ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR WORKERS IN VIETNAM Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group is waiting for authorities’ approval for its plan to spend more than US$325 million implementing three social housing projects for...
VIETNAM GETS BIGGER SLICE OF WORLD EXPORT PIE AS COMPANIES LEAVE CHINA Vietnam’s share of world exports in textile and consumer goods has increased in the 2010-2019 decade as companies shift production out of China.
TESLA SPEEDS PART TOYOTA TO BECOME WORLD'S TOP AUTOMAKER BY VALUE Electric-car company's valuation grows fivefold in past year
SHARP TO LAUNCH NEW SOLAR POWER PLANT IN CENTRAL VIETNAM Japanese electronics giant Sharp Corporation will begin operating a 45 MW solar power plant in the central province of Ninh Thuan in July.
JAPANESE RETAILER MUJI TO MAKE SAIGON DEBUT Muji, the Japanese household products and apparel chain retailer, will open its first store in a downtown Saigon commercial complex .
FOOTWEAR SECTOR TO IMPROVE SUPPLY CHAIN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EVFTA Vietnam’s leather and footwear industry should improve its supply chain performance to take advantage of the milestone trade deal that the country has signed with the EU...
FIRST OF ITS KIND CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT INITIATIVE FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA Major global philanthropic organisations are this week launching a first-of-its-kind high-risk philanthropic funding initiative aimed at crowding in more than $2.5 billion of...
MANUFACTURING OUTPUT RETURNS TO GROWTH IN JUNE HÀ NỘI — The Vietnamese manufacturing sector returned to growth in June as success in suppressing the coronavirus pandemic and greater business confidence helped...
EVFTA TO COME INTO EFFECT IN A MONTH HÀ NỘI — The free trade agreement between the European Union and Việt Nam, known as the EVFTA, which was signed on June 30 last year, will enter into force on August
FOXCONN EYES DEVELOPMENT OF $319 MILLION WORKERS HOUSING Taiwan’s Foxconn wants to build housing for workers in northern Vietnam and has made a proposal to the government.
VIETNAM'S TRADE SURPLUS HITS 4 BILLION USD IN H1 Vietnam recorded a trade surplus of 4 billion USD in the first half of 2020, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
RETAIL INDUSTRY TO FACE BEING "SWALLOWED" ONCE EVFTA COMES INTO FORCES VOV.VN - With the implementation of the European Union – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) looming, besides providing opportunities, the Vietnamese retail market is...
APPLE RACES TO PUSH AHEAD WITH 5G IPHONE MASS PRODUCTION TAIPEI/PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Apple is pushing its suppliers to try to reduce production delays for its first 5G iPhones as the U.S. tech company aims to limit the fallout from the...
THREE WAYS TO PREPARE FOR THE POST-PANDEMIC CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE Businesses are opening back up, but that doesn’t mean we’re back to business as usual. At least for the near future, we will not be returning to the way “we...
FOOD COMPANIES IN ASIA RETHINK SUPPLY CHAINS BROKEN BY PANDEMIC Thailand giant CPF and other producers intend to defray single-supplier risk
VIETNAM LIKELY TO HAVE FASTEST GROWTH IN SOUTHEAST ASIA The Asian Development Bank (ADB) forecast that Vietnam’s economic growth will be 4.1% in 2020, 0.7 percentage points lower than its estimate in April, but still the highest
NESTLE VIETNAM AND LA VIE JOIN FORCES FOR ZERO-WASTE FUTURE Nestlé Vietnam and La Vie Ltd., two of the founding members of the Packaging Recycling Organization Vietnam (PRO Vietnam), has actively engaged in a wide range of...
GARTNER: 33% OF SUPPLY CHIN LEADERS MOVING CHINA OPERATIONS In the latest Gartner survey, 33% of Supply Chain Leaders have moved sourcing and manufacturing activities from China or expect to within three years.