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Petroleum price decline helps control October CPI Falling petrol prices prevented the Consumer Price Index (CPI) going up in October, rising 0.48% above its end of September readings, according to the domestic market watchdog.
TPP will make Vietnam the world’s biggest garments center Analysts believe that once joining the Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership (TPP) agreement, Vietnam would have the opportunity to become one of the three biggest...
Korean firm builds electronics factory South Korea's Anam Electronics Company broke the ground for a new factory yesterday which will specialise in producing household electronics equipment in northern Ha Nam...
Vietnam opts for solid, feasible economic growth The Government’s estimate for a GDP growth rate of 5.5-5.8 percent for 2014 that was submitted to the National Assembly’s ongoing year-end session reflects a change...
Promoting Vietnamese trademarks Policymakers and economists have advised Vietnamese businesses to have new strategic thinking about the building of trademarks in the context of international integration.
Telephone export: Opportunities for support industry Telephones of various types and accessories increased rapidly and surpassed other Vietnamese exports. This was also the first category in which export revenue could exceed the...
Fuel traders told to keep prices steady The Ministry of Finance has told fuel wholesalers to limit their use of the price stabilisation fund from VND300 to VND200 per litre.
Rising food costs bump up CPI in major cities Consumer price indices (CPI) in the country's two largest cities continued to increase in October due to surging food prices after floods and heavy rain.
Steel market remains stagnant Steel sale is yet to recover on the local market, despite domestic steel producers' efforts to boost consumption coinciding with the start of the building season, according...
Vietnam's economy regaining growth momentum Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 5.5 percent in the third quarter of 2013. Compared with the second quarter, the growth is 0.5 percent higher. This is a good
City wants to tighten import of used machines Speaking at a meeting held on Sunday with agencies and business associations, HCMC vice chairman Le Manh Ha urged closer scrutiny on machinery from China, following an...
Vietnam’s economy gets stronger? The government has reported that the national economy is recovering from the recession. Meanwhile, economists have reminded that the national budget is facing the shortfall and...
Vietnam attempts to increase profits for farmers Authorities in Vietnam are discussing solutions to rice production so as to increase the incomes of farmers who have continued to complain about modest profits.
Vietnamese pay a heavy price for rushing to grow rubber The sharp fall of the natural rubber price in the world market in the first nine months of the year has distressed Vietnamese rubber companies. However, the price decrease has...
Vinacomin outlines ambitious end of year coal export target The Viet Nam Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) plans to export 11.9 million tonnes of coal this year, said Vinacomin Deputy Director General Nguyen Van Bien.
VN economic outlook bright Improved global and domestic conditions offered promising prospects for the Vietnamese economy in 2014-15, although significant challenges lay ahead, agreed speakers at a...
Chinese investors charge into Vietnam smartphone market Chinese technology groups have moved aggressively into Vietnam’s smartphone market.
Electronics, phones top domestic exports Exports of electronics, spare parts and phones saw the highest growth rate among 10 items with high turnover, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).