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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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TV market heats up on national TV digitalisation programme Electronics manufacturers from the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Japan all have stated that they are ready to market television products that receive digital TV signals in...
Experts label 10% soft drink tax ‘unfair' A 10 percent tax would be imposed on carbonated soft drinks under a revised draft of the special consumption tax law released by the Ministry of Finance last Friday, which would...
Developing Vietnam into global jeans production centre Spain’s Jeanologia and its Vietnamese partner Phong Phu International Joint Stock Company have an ambitious plan to transform Vietnam into a global market leader in the...
Quarter 1 sees good signs in national economy Positive growth was seen across the board in the first quarter of 2014, laying the foundation for the country to achieve its development goals this year, said the Director...
Vietnamese coffee drinkers prick Starbucks’ bubble The US café giant Starbucks was thought by many to be poised to knock out Vietnamese rivals after just a short period of doing business in Vietnam. But this has not come...
Too early to say Vietnam caught in middle-income trap, says economist Vietnam has been a middle-income country for only three years and cannot be considered to have fallen into the middle-income trap until it is stuck there for several decades,...
Televisions to advertise digital compatible logo Effective May 1, all televisions sold in Viet Nam must bear the "Digital Compatible" logo in order to help buyers recognise the standards and authorities to better...
Challenges & Opportunities in The Great Industrial Transfer We are currently in the midst of “The Great Industrial Transfer” – a phenomenon where sections of manufacturing are increasingly moving to newer emerging...
Vietnam manufacturing expands for 7th straight month Industrial production regained momentum at the end of the first quarter, with both output and new orders increasing at a faster pace in March than in the previous month, HSBC...
Vietnam’s GDP could grow 13.6% in 2025, says Harvard professor Vietnam will enjoy strong economic and trade expansion if the country signs the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, with gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast at...
How the Vietnam War made female CEOs better than men Vingroup JSC’s Le Thi Thu Thuy says she brought a mother’s perspective to Vietnam’s largest mall, adding an indoor water park and ice rink to make it a weekend...
As unreliable as Vietnamese statistics Vietnamese economists read a lot of statistical reports every day. But that doesn’t mean they trust them.
Supermarkets hit pay dirt with own brands Whenever she shops at a supermarket, Pham Thu Phuong of District 7, HCM City, goes straight to shelves stocking the supermarket's own products.
Thailand, Viet Nam target $15b in trade With the ASEAN Economic Community just around the corner, Thailand and Viet Nam can further expand their collaboration and maximise the potential for bilateral trade, Thai...
Global Sourcing: Underestimating Quality Risks While the share of third-party costs in revenue has been rising for years and numerous studies have raised awareness of sustainable purchasing, practice shows that there is a...
Freight increase puts shippers on tenterhooks The further shipping freight increase announced by shipping agents have worried goods owners, who fear that this would lead to higher costs and lower competitiveness of...
Vietnam textile firm earmarks $190 mln for projects this year The Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) will pour over VND4 trillion ($190 million) into numerous projects including fiber, textile, garment, and cotton farms...
Foreign retailers seek looser rules Foreign business associations have urged the Government to loosen and make more transparent the economic needs test (ENT) that foreign retailers have to pass to establish their...