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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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COUNTRIES ARE STARTING TO HOARD FOOD, THREATENING GLOBAL TRADE It’s not just grocery shoppers who are hoarding pantry staples. Some governments are moving to secure domestic food supplies during the coronavirus pandemic
VIETNAM COULD BECOME WORLD'S FACE MASK FACTORY AMID COVID-19 The garment industry was suffering an unprecedented crisis due to COVID-19, but the pandemic also brought significant opportunities for Vietnam to become the world’s face...
10 MILLION VIETNAMESE WORKERS AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: ILO Up to 10.3 million workers could be impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, losing jobs or seeing their incomes decline in the second quarter.
THE CONSUMER AFTER COVID-19 Shoppers will return. But they're living through a pandemic that will change them, maybe forever.
ASIAN CONSUMER BEHAVIOR MAY CHANGE FOREVER AFTER COVID-19 New research has shown that some shifts in Asian consumer behaviour in response to the coronavirus outbreak could be lasting beyond the pandemic.
TOP 10 REAL TIME COVID-19 DASHBOARDS AROUND THE WORLD The live dashboard pulls data from sources like the World Health Organization to show all confirmed and suspected cases of coronavirus, along with recoveries and deaths. The...
CHINA'S BUSINESSES START DOWN THE PATH OF RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 Reducing costs and optimizing supply chains can help restart growth after the coronavirus pandemic. All industries in China will face significant short-term obstacles as they...
HOW THE CORONAVIRUS INFLUENCES GARMENT WORKERS IN SUPPLY CHAINS The Arcadia Group canceled 'over £100m' of orders as the garment industry faces ruin. The Arcadia Group, which owns brands including Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and...
FRENCH RULING PUSHES AMAZON TO CLOSE ITS WAREHOUSES OVER COVID-19 HEALTH CONCERNS The ruling would fine Amazon €1 million per item not in one of the approved categories
CORONAVIRUS: HOW ARE COUNTRIES RESPONDING TO THE ECONOMIC CRISIS? The coronavirus pandemic is slowing global commerce to a crawl, but many of the world’s largest economies are taking extraordinary actions to propel them through the...
SMEs STRUGGLE TO ACCESS CREDIT SUPPORT PACKAGE Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are finding it difficult to access the Government's credit package worth 250 trillion VND (10.7 billion USD) to support those...
STICKY PRICES OF LOCAL FRESH PORK YIELD MARKET TO FROZEN IMPORTS People are switching to frozen meat as fresh pork remains at a higher price despite the country coming out of the African swine fever crisis several months ago.
VIETNAM: ONE OF FASTEST RECOVERING STOCK MARKETS The Vietnamese stock market has been reviving spectacularly in the first half of April, regaining nearly 100 points after the gloomy March and producing one of the best...
LOGISTICS GROUPS ROLL OUT SCHEMES TO AVERT DOLDRUMS As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on supply chains globally, logistics firms in Vietnam have experienced decline in revenue but are mustering the strength to overcome the...
HALF OF JAPANESE MANUFACTURERS SEE SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTION FROM COVID-19 Around 53 per cent of Japanese companies from the manufacturing sector start to feel the bite of supply chain disruptions caused by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, according to...
SUPPLY CHAIN IS HEADING TO VIETNAM A number of multinationals have already taken steps to expand supply chains in Vietnam since last year in order to avoid new tariffs on goods exported from China to the United...
SABECO THROWS FULL WEIGHT BEHIND VIETNAM THROUGH DELIVERY OF CRITICAL GOODS IN FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19 The initiative not only reflects the company’s commitment to communities where Sabeco operates, but also to its ecosystem of subsidiaries and suppliers as the aid programme