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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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“Farmer – exporter war” inhibits shrimp export Shrimp exporters have been gearing up to fulfill the export contracts. Meanwhile, farmers refuse to sell shrimp at this moment, because they hope the prices would go up in the...
Milk firms asked to explain prices The Ministry of Finance has required six dairy producers to report on their retail prices for milk products aimed at children aged under 6 years old.
Over $480 million invested in HCM City IPs, EPZs Ho Chi Minh City’s Industrial Parks (IPs) and Export Processing Zones (EPZs) have attracted more than $480 million worth of investment over the past nine months, up nearly...
Green growth: opportunities and challenges for VN Leading experts and researchers from a number of fields shared their diverse views on potential Vietnamese green growth models at a seminar in Hanoi on October 8.
Expert explores global footwear membership’s opportunities, threats Negotiations over Vietnam’s joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) are underway. General secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Leather and Footwear Association...
Efficient supply chain mechanism key to boosting competitiveness The capability to switch raw material sources and having a robust supply chain could help companies cut costs and improve competitiveness, experts said.
Tea industry needs to plan for the future The tea industry must become more sustainable through building concentrated tea areas and improving productivity, quality and safety, experts said at the fifth Viet Nam Tea...
Steel sector struggles to escape rut The domestic steel industry is continuing to suffer while the real estate market remains frozen, according to the Market Watch Team.
Latest high-profile Japan project begins in Dong Nai The US$9 million plant of the Belmont Manufacturing Ltd Co, a subsidiary of Japan's Takara Belmont, went into operation on Monday in the southern province of Dong Nai.
Climate Smart Agriculture for Development in Vietnam: Opportunities and Challenges The global warming leading to climate change causes direct impacts on climate resources, land resources, water resources and biological resources, thus, enormously influencing...
Ministry lays out plans for new railroads The Ministry of Transport has unveiled plans to lay eight broad-gauge railway tracks in the southern and south-central regions by 2020.
Producers battle to put products on supermarket shelves In order to obtain the room at supermarkets to display products, manufacturers have to follow complicated procedures and pay different kinds of fees.
Vingroup to enter retail market this December The Vingroup has announced the development of its Vin Kids Center (VinKC) system in major cities of Vietnam.
Lifting budget overspending level won’t rescue economy: experts Economists believe lifting the ceiling budget overspending level is just a temporary solution to the current budget deficit, while it won’t help in the long term.
Refinery investment to double Vung Ro Petroleum Ltd has received a modified investment licence from the People's Committee of central Phu Yen Province for the development of the planned Vung Ro oil...
Firms urged to take advantage of trade pacts Import-export and logistics firms should take advantage of free trade agreements and Incoterms, a set of international trade regulations, experts have said.
Top Polish pharma firm starts business operations Polpharma, a top Polish pharmaceutical company and the largest Polish manufacturer of medicines and pharmaceutical substances, officially announced it had established business...
Vietnamese enterprises prepared to expand in Asia Many Vietnamese small enterprises are now ready to expand business in Asian countries, according to Thng Tien Tat, Executive Director of Singapore United Overseas Bank in Viet...