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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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Intel unveils major expansion plans Intel products Vietnam has revealed that it plans to double locally-sourced material value within this year.
Binh Duong spends big on rural transport The southern province of Binh Duong plans to spend VND152 billion (US$7.2 million) to improve rural transport and urban areas.
More policies needed to develop high-tech support industry So far, high-tech industries have recorded the lowest localisation rates, accounting for only 15-20 percent of product prices. Therefore, more policies are needed to encourage...
Retailers seek World Cup gains With the football World Cup around the corner, retailers, electronics stores, and supermarkets have kicked off a slew of promotions.
Supply Chain Planning: What Can Businesses Learn From the 2014 World Cup? While you are probably unlikely to ever have to organize anything on the same scale as the 2014 FIFA World Cup, businesses can learn from the mistakes made by the gargantuan...
The Amazing Supply Chain of the 2014 World Cup Soccer Ball Most people don’t give a second thought to the soccer ball’s journey to the pitch - it’s safe to say though, that just as much careful supply chain planning and
Beating the Odds in Latin America Multinational corporations are gambling on the Latin American market's growth potential. But when it comes to meeting the region's supply chain challenges, all bets are...
How Railroads Are Investing in Transportation's Future BNSF will spend $5bn on infrastructure this year, topping its record $4bn investment last year, says Steve Bobb, chief marketing officer. In addition to maintaining and improving
Driving Toward Excellence in the Omni-channel The definition of “omni-channel” differs according to product type and category, says Stevens. Each company has its own unique features that dictate how they sell to...
Discovering Tomorrow's Supply-Chain Leaders One of the challenges of leadership is to look far enough ahead and to think, not just about today, but about where the business is going
WB maintains Vietnam GDP growth forecast The World Bank (WB) in its latest global report has projected Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) to expand by 5.5% this year, the same as what the international...
City to establish special economic zone HCMC is planning to build a special economic zone encompassing districts 7, Binh Chanh, Nha Be and Can Gio, and part of the city’s south.
Coca-Cola Vietnam opens new plants Coca-Cola Beverages Vietnam Ltd. (Coca-Cola Vietnam) on Wednesday celebrated the unveiling of its new manufacturing infrastructure in Ha Noi and HCM City.
Laird launches new manufacturing hub Laird, a global technology company of the United Kingdom on Wednesday opened a US$4.7 million new manufacturing plant in Que Vo Industrial Zone of Bac Ninh Province.
Economic outlook still ‘modest,' says Maersk report Viet Nam's economic outlook remains modest in the face of challenges to its competitiveness, according to the first ever trade report released by shipping firm Maersk Line...
EPZs pledge to help foreign firms Ha Noi's industrial parks (IPs) and export processing zones (EPZs) will co-ordinate closely with relevant bodies, to help foreign direct investment (FDI) firms in dealing...
First quarter sees thousands of company closings Consequences of the recession still haunt Vietnam’s economy, as nearly 28,000 enterprises are reported to have shut their doors in the first five months of 2014.
More players enter Vietnamese e-market The Vietnamese e-commerce market is dominated by ChoDienTu.vn, a Vietnamese e-commerce product, which holds 29 percent of market share. However, the situation may change in the...