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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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Persian Gulf offers export potential Viet Nam's exports to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) could see a promising future as the region is a huge potential market for Vietnamese farm produce, processed goods...
Vietnam’s Coffee Farmers Seen by Nedcoffee Holding 13% of Crop Coffee farmers and middlemen in Vietnam, the world’s largest producer of the robusta variety, are holding back 13 percent of the current crop, according to Amsterdam-based...
Bloomberg highlights Vietnam’s edible bird spit industry The US news wire described edible nests in Vietnam as the “caviar of the East” with its wholesale price reaching up to US$1,500/kg.
Master plan to boost textile and garment industry The Viet Nam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) will complete a master plan by the end of this year to improve the industry's productivity and quality.
Beverage sector toasts growth The beverage industry continued to grow over the first seven months of this year despite the difficult economic times that have resulted in many other kinds of companies...
Auto imports decline in July Automobile imports in July slumped by more than 26 per cent from June to 2,700 units, according to the General Department of Customs.
Troika-like position drives the retail market Having 130 operational shopping malls, 700 supermarkets and over 1,000 convenience stores, the Vietnamese retail market has been dominated by the three biggest names Co-op Mart,...
Regulation hampers import firms Deputy PM Hoang Trung Hai asked relevant agencies to tighten the management of temporary imports for re-export to prevent smuggling and trade fraud at a conference yesterday.
Construction begins on major Chu Lai seaport Work started on an international seaport and industrial park in the Chu Lai Open Economic Zone (EZ) on Saturday, the same day the zone received a Labour Order from the State.
Swathes of land wasted in Delta developments The race to develop industrial parks in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta has led to thousands of hectares of arable land lying uncultivated and unused.
Veggie market whets appetites in HCMC The vegetarian food market in HCM City has been busy since early this month as the Vu Lan festival approaches.
Social S&OP – the New Table Stakes Duncan Angove, president, Infor, suggests that our business communications should be at least as seamless and diverse as those of our kids.
Protecting the Chinks in your Links Andrew Cornish looks at issues linked to supply chain risk management, and examines what the insurance market can, and cannot offer, as a solution.
Mobile advertising seen growing Mobile advertising, a medium that has yet to attract the attention of Vietnamese consumers, is poised to grow in the coming time, according to Kantar Media Vietnam.
Indian businesses research Vietnamese investment Vietnam’s India trade office has coordinated with the Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) on a New Delhi seminar discussing bilateral trade and investment...
Over 500 “bogus” FDI companies The number of foreign-invested (FDI) companies which no longer work at their registered offices, their investors left Vietnam, or communication with the investors have been lost...
Coca-cola plans to develop soft drinks in vietnam: MOIT The American soft drinks and beverage products company of Coca-Cola proposed to develop non-alcoholic beverage drinks, especially fruit drinks in Vietnam, Ahmet Bozer- chairman...
Coffee market large enough for late comers The Vietnamese coffee market is large enough not only for the strong brands such as Starbucks, Trung Nguyen or Highlands. A lot of small cafes have been living well, while more...