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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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HSBC: Vietnam’s export growth at 20 percent in 2014 Vietnam’s export will grow to 20 percent this year from 15.4 percent in 2013, helping the country’s economic growth to reach 5.6 percent, according to the latest...
Taiwan invests in US$40 million shoe factory in Dong Thap Taiwan’s An Shen Company has decided to invest in a US$40 million leather shoe factory in Dong Thap province’s Tran Quoc Toan Industrial Zone.
Big C exports Tet products Export products include rice paper, rice noodle, instant noodle, tea, seasoning sauce, fish sauce, dried fruit, sesame candy, peanut candy, prawn cracker, seaweed, wood ear...
Two scenarios for Vietnam's 2014 economic growth Several scenarios for Vietnam’s economy have been put forth at a recent seminar organised by the Ministry of Planning and Investment. Report by Vietnam Business Forum.
New expressway opened to traffic The expressway’s 20-kilometer section starts at Belt Road No. 2 and ends at National Highway 51 with a designed speed limit of 120 kilometers per hour. It has a width of...
Foodngon opens first clean foodstuff store in city Food and foodstuff items of the store such as meat, fish, vegetables and rice harvested and processed at home all have clear origins and ensure food safety criteria, Huyen said.
Shrimp – a key hard currency earner Vietnamese shrimp businesses enjoyed unprecedented success in 2013, with their export earnings reaching US$3 billion for the first time.
Firms eye budding green tech deals Vietnam’s fight against environmental pollution and climate change is attracting interest from foreign investors.
Vietnam companies see debt recovery as a dead-end Chien has been receiving phone calls from his company’s accountants day and night.
HCMC achieves rapid growth, low inflation The country's economic hub HCM City managed to achieve high economic growth and low inflation in the 2011–13 period, giving a "big lesson" in management and...
City shops stock up on Tet specialties Shops in HCM City have stocked up on a variety of traditional Tet foods from various regions around the country ahead of the year's main festival.
Vietnam beer consumption unfazed by economic woes While many manufacturing sectors faced difficulties in 2013, the production and consumption of beer and alcohol products still managed to post considerable growth, the Ministry...
Vietnam to invest $190mln for hi-tech flower industry A VND4 trillion (US$190 mln) credit package will be channeled into Da Lat’s flower farming to turn it into a high-tech sector, said a senior municipal state official at the
Manufacturing conditions improve Business conditions in the Vietnamese manufacturing sector improved in December as output and employment increased at sharper rates thanks to the growing renewed orders,...
Holiday season drives prices up The consumer price index (CPI) in the capital in January – during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday – will climb roughly 1.1 per cent due to high demands.
Manufacturing output rises at fastest pace, says HSBC Vietnam’s manufacturing output increased for the third month running, and at the sharpest pace since April 2011, said HSBC in its latest report.
2014 to be a good year for Vietnamese exports Vietnam’s exports are forecast to enjoy a good year in 2014 thanks to the country’s efforts to expand markets and new opportunities generated from trade deals that...
Risks of high inflation rate in 2014 to linger: authority The Price Management Department under the Ministry of Finance has forecast that Vietnam is likely to face risks of high inflation due to the impact of policies to ease business...