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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.



A firm specialized in Demand and Supply Management in Emerging Markets: We create an impact where it's most needed


A firm specialized in Demand and Supply Management in Emerging Markets: We create an impact where it's most needed


A firm specialized in Demand and Supply Management in Emerging Markets: We create an impact where it's most needed

VIETTEL REPORTS 12.8 PERCENT REVENUE GROW FEBRUARY Viettel Group has reported that its revenue in February surged by 12.8 percent year-on-year, breaking its target for the month by 2 percent despite the impacts of the COVID-19...
HOW EVFTA, CORONAVRIUS AFFECTS VIETNAM INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY The Hanoitimes - The coronavirus outbreak will certainly have an effect on the global economy in the coming months. Vietnam, with its proximity and close trade and supply...
VIETNAM'S CORONAVIRUS STRUGGLE: MANAGING THE ECONOMIC IMPACT Despite initial notable steps, until the government can fully contain the outbreak, it will be difficult to achieve economic growth targets set out previously.
BANKS CUT SAVINGS RATES TO ENSURE LOWER INTEREST LOANS AMID COVID-19 EPIDEMIC HCM CITY — A number of commercial banks have lowered their interest rates on savings accounts by 0.1-0.4 percentage points in order to offer loans at a lower
ASIAN COUNTRIES HAMMERED BY CORONAVIRUS THAT HAS KEPT MILLIONS OF CHINESE TOURISTS AWAY The beach chairs lie empty on the fine white sand. The cavernous seafood restaurants are dark, a few crustaceansloatingazily in their tanks. Hotels are sending employees home...
NOT THE STRONGEST SUPPLY CHAINS THAT SURVIVE BUT THE MOST ADAPTABLE How Supply Chains In Vietnam Have Responded To The Impacts Of Covid-19
COVID-19: SOME SINGAPORE-BOUND NON-FOOD CARGO TURNED AWAY AT MALAYSIA CHECKPOINT ON FIRST DAY OF SHUTDOWN SINGAPORE, March 18 — While food and other essential items have successfully made it across the Causeway into Singapore today, some companies delivering non-food materials...
CORONAVIRUS IS DRYING UP THE SUPPLY CHAINS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA'S FACTORIES Even as China pushes factories to reopen, the ripple effects of Covid-19 have already proved inescapable for manufacturers outside the country. Particularly hard hit is Southeast
MALAYSIA EXEMPTS PALM PLANTATION FROM VIRUS CLOSURES ENSURING GLOBAL SUPPLY KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Malaysia has directed palm plantations to continue operations even as the country shuts businesses to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, a...
CORONAVIRUS SURGES ACROSS SOUTHEAST ASIA AS MALAYSIA WARNS OF 'TSUNAMI' OF CASES JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Coronavirus infections surged across Southeast Asia on Wednesday with Indonesia’s death toll jumping from five to 19 and Malaysia warning...
EPIDEMICS IN CHINA: REDUCING GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN RISKS The global supply chains of hitech and electronics companies are under serious threat from the coronavirus epidemic in China. Closed ports and delayed shipments are forcing...
IDLE FACTORIES, EMPTY TRADE ZONE HIGHLIGHT CORONAVIRUS IMPACT ON SOUTHEAST ASIA A Chinese unique financial zone in Laos has actually dropped quiet, employees in Cambodia presented a strike after their manufacturing facility shut for absence of inputs from...
SOUTHEAST ASIA'S GARMENT SUPPLY CHAIN TORN UP BY VIRUS HANOI/TOKYO/PHNOM PENH -- The coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc on Southeast Asia's garment supply chain, threatening the inventories of international brands such as...
CORONAVIRUS: SOUTHEAST ASIAN SUPPLY CHAINS FEEL THE SQUEEZE FROM COVID-19 Construction in Singapore, garlic in Indonesia and lobsters in Australia: all have been hit by the supply chain havoc caused by the coronavirus Singapore learned the need to...
SOYBEANS CLIMB 1.6% ON EDIBLE OIL SUPPLY CONCERNS Corn ticked higher after dropping to its lowest since June 2018 earlier in the session, while wheat gained on bargain-buying.
PANIC BUYING, PRICE GOUGING REPORTED IN MANILA OVER CORONAVIRUS Retailers warn against panic buying, Duterte to undergo COVID-19 test  
FROM MANILA TO MALAYSIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA IS MOVING TO BEAT IMPACTS OF CORONAVIRUS TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Singapore was hit a month ago with a surge in novel coronavirus cases that originated in China but capped the spread. Malaysia and Thailand watched beach...
CHINA JANUARY- FEBRUARY EXPORTS TUMBLE, IMPORTS DOWN AS CORONAVIRUS BATTERS TRADE AND BUSINESS BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s exports contracted sharply in the first two months of the year, and imports declined, as the health crisis triggered by the coronavirus outbreak