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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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Hi-tech urban complex to bridge border The northern border province of Quang Ninh will team up with Amata-Tuan Chau Joint Venture to build a high-tech urban complex in the locality.
Samsung Vina Enterprise Experience Center in town Transform the business with the New Business Experience at Samsung, they design solutions that can be integrated across multiple platforms, on multiple devices to deliver...
Russian companies keen to sell meat to Vietnam Russian farming businesses plan to penetrate the Vietnamese market as of early 2014.
First Solar leaves, but its assets still stay in Vietnam Arizona-based First Solar has decided to give up the solar panel project and leave Vietnam. However, it’s still unclear about the fate of its assets, the factory and...
City set for major economic restructuring HCM City will focus on restructuring its economy, Le Thanh Hai, Politburo member and Secretary of the HCM City Party Committee, told a committee meeting on Wednesday.
Vegetable prices jump after Storm Nari Vegetable prices soared after storm Nari hit central provinces and cities, although other essential food prices remained stable, according to market watch teams.
ADB to lend funds for major highway project The Asian Development Bank will lend Viet Nam US$410 million to build sections of a second arterial highway linking HCM City with the Mekong Delta and southern coastal region.
More than US$8 billion set aside to upgrade four airports More than VND170 trillion (US$8 billion) will be invested in building and upgrading the Long Thanh, Chu Lai, Cam Ranh and Quang Ninh Airports.
Oil refinery projects erected all across Vietnam While Dung Quat is currently Vietnam’s sole oil refinery, the country will be home to a total of seven such facilities in the next few years, the total capacity of which is
Food security and farmer interests Although Vietnam has ensured food security and exported large amounts of rice, its farmers feel hunger here and there.
Vietnam had never had such great opportunities like now Vietnam now has the opportunities to sign three free trade agreements with the three biggest trade zones in the world – the Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership...
Rubber sales fall in tough year Rubber being collected at the central province of Quang Tri. Rubber sales this year are likely to decline because the world economy has not completely recovered.
New bridge eases city congestion HCM City’s Sai Gon Bridge No 2 linking Districts 2 and Binh Thanh was inaugurated yesterday by Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Rise in Cement Consumption, Drop in Steel Sales As the real estate market in Vietnam has no positive signals, the consumption of construction steel is very slow. Steel sales have dramatically dropped since a year ago. However,
$26m to be pumped into Tra Noc Industrial Zone The Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta city of Can Tho have recently green lighted four investors to add approximately US$26 million to their projects in the municipal Tra Noc Industrial...
VN racks up $12m in trade surplus Viet Nam enjoyed a trade surplus of US$12 million in the first nine months of this year, with export turnover of over $96.27 billion and import value of $96.26 billion.
Electronics sales fail to surge Sales of electronics products remain gloomy in HCM City despite the launch of many promotional programmes by retailers
Consumer product forum gathers firms On the occasion, producers signed 43 contracts with supermarkets like Co-op Mart, Citimart, Maximark, and Big C.