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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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DEV-OPS ENGINNER- CEL

We are looking for a DevOps to help build out, maintain, and troubleshoot our rapidly expanding IT infrastructure. You will be part of a talented team that demonstrates superb technical competency, delivering mission-critical infrastructure and ensuring the highest levels of availability, performance, and security.  The qualified systems engineer will have a background of at least 2 years in a DevOps position.

 
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ADVISORY SENIOR CONSULTANT

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 

ADVISORY SENIOR CONSULTANT- CEL

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SOUTHEAST ASIAN ONLINE SHOPPERS LEAD THE WORLD IN SPENDING VIA APPS Southeast Asian online shoppers are leading the world when it comes to spending on shopping apps, according to research by tech company Criteo.
COCA COLA COSMETICS LAUNCHED AT THE FACE SHOP Korean makeup brand The Face Shop has launched a range of Coca Cola cosmetics in an unusual collaboration with the US soft drink brand.
MUMUSO VIETNAM ACCUSED OF MISLEADING CUSTOMERS Fashion and lifestyle goods retailer Mumuso Vietnam has been accused of selling Chinese goods as Korean products.
E-COMMERCE TIPPED TO TAKE ONE THIRD OF ASIA-PACIFIC RETAIL SPENDING E-commerce will account for 31.4 per cent of total Asia-Pacific retail spending by 2020 according to fresh projections by research house Mintel.
LURED BY IMPRESSIVE SALES, RETAILERS FROM JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA FLOCK TO VIETNAM IN DROVES Coinciding with Vietnam's increasingly liberal business outlook and consumer fervor for diversifying retail choices, Asian companies see a bright future for their stores in...
WIDESPREAD EROSION IN THE MEKONG DELTA IS DRAGGING HOMES INTO THE RIVER Rapid land erosion is destroying homes and devastating cropland at an alarming rate.
AT LEAST 30% OF ALL SUPERMARKET PRODUCTS MUST COME FROM VIETNAMESE BRANDS: PROPOSAL The Ministry of Industry and Trade is proposing a draft decree which will require all supermarkets to stock at least 30% products from Vietnamese small and medium companies
DOMESTIC RETAILERS TURN EYES ON RURAL MARKET Facing increasing competition from the arrival of many world leading retailers, domestic retailing companies are turning their eyes to the rural market to capitalise on the...
DEPUTY PM URGES ACCELERATION OF NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY PROJECT Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked ministries, especially the Ministry of Transport (MoT), to speed up preparations to ensure all sections in phase I of the...
LARGEST SOLAR POWER PLANT IN VN, ASIA TO BE BUILT IN TAY NINH The groundbreaking ceremony of Dau Tieng 1 and Dau Tieng 2 solar power plants, worth VND9,100 billion will be held on June 23 in the southern province of Tay Ninh.
VIETNAMESE PLASTIC SECTOR GRADUALLY SEIZED BY FOREIGN FIRMS Numerous domestic plastic firms now belong to Thai, South Korean, and Japanese hands through mergers and acquisitions deals, threatening to wrestle control out of the hands of...
WHEN WILL VIETNAM’S E-COMMERCE PLAYERS STOP “BURNING MONEY”? Vietnam’s e-commerce websites are still receiving heavy investment to develop despite big losses, but when will these projects stop losing?
VIETTEL SIGNS WITH ONE MILLION SUBSCRIBERS IN MYANMAR IN FIRST 10 DAYS Mytel, Viettel’s mobile operator in Myanmar, has signed with more than one million subscribers in just 10 days since it officially began operations.
MOBILE WORLD DENIES CLOSING THEGIOIDIDONG STORES Mobile World Group (MWG)’s announcement of closing of seven mobile stores this year took the market by surprise as this was the first time Mobile World had reneged on its...
CEMENT STRATEGY MUST ENSURE BALANCE OF SUPPLY, DEMAND The strategy on the development of cement industry by 2030 towards 2050 would ensure a balance between the supply and demand for cement.
TAL GROUP’S $350-MILLION PROJECT REFUSED OVER ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS? Despite its eagerness to develop a $350-million textile and garment dyeing project in the northern province of Vinh Phuc, Hong Kong-backed TAL Group may fail to get the
VIETNAM GARMENT SECTOR TO BOOST EXPORT GROWTH The domestic textile and garment industry is expected to sustain growth in exports in the coming months, according to the Viet Nam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS).
TOP GLOVE TO INVEST IN VIETNAM FOLLOWING ASPION ACQUISITION Malaysian manufacturer seeking growth in mid- and high-end glove markets