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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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Warehouse essentials – pallet movers, stackers and more Warehousing has become a growth industry over the past few years. Unprecedented global online sales and burgeoning third-party logistics enterprises have forced warehousing and...
Where Cloud Computing Is Improving Supply Chain Performance For supply chains to achieve their upside potential, more efficient means of collaboration, communication, shared risk and orchestration are needed.
THE UPHILL TASK OF MAINTAINING A TRANSPARENT AND RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN Fierce competition has made companies go looking for suppliers in far off destinations like Bangladesh, China, and Mexico etc. in the hope of lower labor wages and lower...
Risk management: is your supply chain a weak link? Supply chains are the backbone of today’s global economy. Their complexity and vital role have businesses increasingly concerned about managing major disruptions.
Big Maconomics: How McDonald's Explains the World The Big Mac isn't just a greasy hallmark of modern technological wizardry. It's also a tool for economists to measure the wealth of nations.
Carlsberg reports profits rise with Asian growth Danish brewer Carlsberg on Wednesday forecast rising annual profits, as Asian growth helped it post a fourth-quarter profit despite weak Russian sales.
The Impact of 3D Printing in the Supply Chain and Logistics Arenas As more and more stories come out on the main stream use of 3D printing as a way to create supplies to use in the manufacturing process, there is clearly an impact on the supply...
Association of motorcycle manufacturers in Vietnam established Vietnam Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (VAMM) has been founded in Hanoi with the participation of 5 biggest foreign-owned manufacturers.
How secure is your supply chain? Today’s world has changed beyond recognition – businesses are moving to cloud based services and many use 3rd parties to provide support on a day-to-day basis.
US energy giant to invest in Can Tho City US Wolverine Power Group Limited has announced a plan to invest US$2 billion in a 1.200 MW thermal power plant in Can Tho City.
Praise for the Release of Apple’s 2014 Annual Supplier Responsibility Report Consumer electronics leader Apple has released its 2014 Supplier Responsibility Report with declarations of better working conditions and tougher standards for those suppliers...
McDonald’s Opens in Vietnam, Bringing Big Mac to Fans of Banh Mi Vietnam has a surging middle class, and most of its 90 million citizens were born after the Vietnam War ended, in 1975. Many young Vietnamese are insatiably curious about foreign
Vietnam Automobile Industry Needs Strategic Focus In any angle of product, sedan seems to be the apparent face of the Vietnamese automobile industry.
Vietnam economic growth to rebound by 2016 Vietnam ’s economy should be growing at a rate of 7 percent again by 2016, according to a report by global accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Vietnam motorbike market slump to continue A saturated market and general tightening of belts again drove motorbike sales down, forcing Honda and other leading brands to sell at below cost last year.
Japanese auto group toasts new VN plant The Pegasus-Shimamoto Auto Parts Vietnam Co Ltd inaugurated an automobile manufacturing plant in Long Duc Industrial Zone on Monday in the southern province of Dong Nai.
India eyes VN cotton textile market Vying for a bigger share of the Vietnamese market, Indian cotton textile companies met with Vietnamese businesses yesterday in HCM City to promote the benefits of enhanced...
More companies to receive award for high-quality goods The Vietnamese High Quality Goods award would be given to 474 firms this year, up 58 enterprises compared to 2013, it was announced yesterday.