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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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Agriculture earnings grow despite rice, coffee plunge Export earnings from agricultural, forestry and fisheries products in the first 11 months of the year recorded a 1.5 per cent increase year-on-year, reaching US$25.2 billion.
Fisheries reshuffle to increase domestic seafood production The fisheries industry will be restructured to increase the added value of products and ensure future development under a new decision by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural...
Vietnam seeks investments from India Inc Vietnam sought investments from Indian industry in areas such as oil & gas, technology and infrastructure, saying that trade between the two nations could go up to US$ 7...
Vietnamese cashew nut exports rocket in 2013 Vietnam shipped abroad 212,000 tonnes of cashew nut in the first ten months of this year for US$1.34 billion, up 15.5 percent in volume and 8.5 percent in value despite a sharp...
Aeon to open 4 shopping centers in Vietnam Japanese retail corporate group Aeon will build four shopping malls in Vietnam in the near future, two of which will be located in Ho Chi Minh City.
ITACO to amend thermal power project Tan Tao Investment and Industry Corporation (ITACO) has received approval from the Ministry of Industry and Trade to transfer its huge thermal power project in Kien Giang...
Sumitomo red tape tangle delays power plant project Three years after announcing new investment in a coal-fired power plant in Van Phong economic zone, Sumitomo Corporation remains engulfed in red tape.
Poor transport holds Delta back The Mekong Delta must invest in transport infrastructure to tap its vast potential, speakers at a conference said yesterday.
Tata Power seeks Vietnamese partner Private power firm Tata Power said it is looking for a local partner in Viet Nam for the proposed 1,320 MW project in the Southeast Asian country.
5.8% GDP target for 2014 realistic? Vietnam is set to achieve a GDP growth rate of 5.8% in 2014, a bit higher than in 2013, and many lawmakers and experts believe this target is ambitious, but feasible.
Domestic jewelry market catches foreign investors’ eyes Foreign jewelry firms are believed to lie in wait at the border gate, getting ready to enter the Vietnamese market once the country opens the gold market by 2018, when the import
Vietnamese firms absent from food-chain market? The fast food market has formed in Vietnam, with a series of foreign food chains. Why don’t we see many local brands?
Sugar imports from Laos make domestic manufacturers tremble The Vietnam Sugar and Sugar Cane Association (VSSA) has protested against the plan by Hoang Anh Gia Lai group to sell 30,000 tons of sugar it made in Laos to the Bien Hoa Sugar...
Report frankly points out Vietnam macro-economic issues Vietnam fails to prove it can join the global value chain when the manufacturing sector posts a trade deficit
Vietnamese suppliers fail to serve int’l fast food firms It has been nearly two decades since the first international fast food chain entered Vietnam in 1995, and dozens of international brands now operate in the country. Despite this,
Nation's CPI rises by only 0.34% this month The national consumer price index (CPI) increased 0.34 per cent this month over October, the lowest November jump in five years, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported...
New expressway to boost central region Work started on the Da Nang - Quang Ngai expressway yesterday with funding worth US$1.4 billion in ODA from the Japan International Co-operation Agency, the World Bank and the...
Confectioners become hungry for Tet Leading domestic confectioners including Bibica, Kinh Do, Trang An, Biscafun and Hai Chau have basically completed plans to prepare goods for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year),...