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Hanoi to allocate US$15 million for price stabilisation Hanoi will provide VND318 billion (roughly US$15 million) in zero-interest loans between July 2013 and April 2014 in a bid to stabilise the price of essential goods.
New Vinh-Vientiane flight route planned to open Central Nghe An Province and the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam last week examined the possibility of opening a new air link between Viet Nam’s Vinh City and...
Made-in Vietnam robots to be on shelves DiscoRobo, a new-generation hi-tech toy made in Vietnam, will be sold on the domestic market at a cost of VND499,000/unit as of August 25.
Consumer Optimism Remains In Southeast Asia With Southeast Asian markets continuing to display economic resilience and ongoing growth, consumers across the region remain optimistic, and a large proportion are focusing on...
Reducing the petroleum trade deficit In the past, petroleum for a long time topped the list of Vietnam’s imports in terms of value. However, the petroleum trade deficit has gradually decreased and Vietnam has...
Vincom Mega Mall turns the screws on struggling rivals The launch of Vincom Mega Mall Royal City, the largest underground retail complex in Asia, is expected to dramatically change the retailing landscape in Hanoi, and pose stiff...
Green-Biz offers glimpse into the future The green business exhibition held in September will bring Europe’s most advanced green technology to Vietnam.
Ministry tries to keep prices stable The Ministry of Finance has just asked relevant agencies to curb the soaring prices of essential goods and services.
Businesses urged ready for M&A deals from SE Asia Vietnamese businesses should be ready for Merger & Acquisitions deals coming especially from the Southeast Asian region.
The world market opens to businesses by means of e-commerce Electronic commerce (abbreviated to e-commerce) is more and more demonstrating its convenience in helping businesses easily access global information without limits of time and...
Global companies at risk of IP abuse in supply chains Global companies are being urged to acknowledge the increasing risk of the use of unauthorised intellectual property (IP) by their suppliers.
Shipping and mining sector suffer heavy first-half losses Only 18 per cent of Viet Nam’s listed companies reported first-half losses, but some of these ran into hundreds of billions of dong with maritime transport and mining...
Paint market changes colors The number of paint manufacturers in Vietnam has increased to approximately 600, thus making the competition in the market become stiffer than ever.
Companies urged to build brands Vietnamese businesses should pay more attention to building trademarks in order to increase the value of their products as well as profit margins, experts say.
Vietnam fast-food market sees bright future The world of fast-food which is expanding in Vietnam, is expected to get a boost in the coming years with big new players arriving.
Domestic powdered milk firms buoyant Domestic milk companies have increased powdered milk production to meet a higher demand on the local market.
How Technology is Shaping the Freight Industry The the freight industry will, in the view of CC Freight, develop and grow even bigger in the coming years as we see a rise in consumers using online services. With approximately
Molecular Precision The supply chain of the future won’t look that different, but its visibility will be extraordinary, says Craig Simon.