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40% of stainless steel imports are secondary products The domestic industry was surprised to know that approximately 40% of total imports from the subject countries are secondary and off-grade products. Foreign mills are dumping...
Mondelez International enters Vietnam market The world’s second largest coffee company Mondelez – one of the biggest coffee buyers in Vietnam and owner of Jacobs, Carte Noire, and Kenco brands, plans to spend...
Vicofa wants coffee retention to buoy up prices If the approval is given, around 200,000-300,000 tons of coffee will be purchased for this time’s stockpiling, equivalent to one fifth of the country’s total yield in
Shipping industry faces troubled waters A number of shipping companies in Vietnam are facing huge losses, some on the brink of bankruptcy, due to lack of clear development strategies.
New cotton plant will aid garments sector Work on construction of the Phu Hung cotton plant will start in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue's Phu Bai Industrial Park this month.
Steel production lacks mettle The sluggish real estate market continues to seriously affect domestic steel production, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Family Mart to stay in Vietnam The Family Mart convenience store at Sky Garden apartment building on Le Thanh Ton Street in HCMC’s District 1 has been seen to resume operations. However, the...
Sales at supermarkets slow due to high prices Supermarkets are likely to increase prices of many products following recent increases in overhead such as worker pay and petroleum, causing worries among operators that the...
Vietnam needs to create value, competitiveness Vietnam needs to develop exports based on strengthening competitiveness and creating higher added values, said a World Bank (WB) report.
Private sector continues to grow The number of private sector enterprises in Viet Nam rose by 2.56 times between 2006 and 2011 while the number of State-owned enterprises over the same period fell by 12.7 per...
Baskin-Robbins expands to Hanoi Two new Baskin-Robbins facilities opened to business in HCMC on Tuesday, raising the total number in the country to 14.
Industrial parks up for review Thirty of 59 provinces that were asked to review their industrial park land use have said they want to expand the area to attract more investment and develop business.
Commodity prices poised to rise from this month Prices of a vast array of commodities are poised to rise from this month despite the low purchasing power as input costs have been increasing steadily, said retailers and...
Making the Connection – using Data for better Supply Chain Sales Performance Information is power: use it or lose it, says Sebastian Mamro, Director, Head of Professional Services EMEA, at PROS.
Manufacturing sector further deteriorates The index published by HSBC Vietnam on Monday revealed the Vietnam manufacturing sector was hit by marked downturns in output and new orders in June, leading companies to cut...
Vietnam steel consumption falls in june Vietnam’s steel consumption was estimated to reach 350,000 tons in June 2013, down 36,000 tons or 9.33% from May, the local news provider NDH Money.vn reported.
Tien Giang farmers’ cow breeding A cow breeding project to improve the livelihood of poor farmers has been launched in the southern province of Tien Giang.
Industrial production to grow The industrial production was expected to grow more in the second half of the year than in the first, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said.