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Ministries to probe int'l feed traders, producers Ministries and relevant agencies will probe the implementation of prices, tax and competition between foreign-invested companies producing and trading feed for shrimp and fish.
New section of National Highway No 1 opens The Ministry of Transport and central Phu Yen Province's People's Committee opened a new section of National Highway No 1 yesterday.
Expectations positive for Q4 business prospects About 85.6 per cent of the surveyed 4,028 enterprises in the processing-manufacturing sector expect to maintain their current growth trends or expand their business operations in
VN to rely on Indian cotton India had great opportunities to provide raw materials for Viet Nam's textile industry, said Doan Duy Khuong, vice chairman of the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
Transport trading floor to be introduced The Ministry of Transport is planning to pilot a transport trading floor for the first time this month.
Is Vietnam Set To Be SE Asia’s Next Export Powerhouse? Exports rose 9.6% in the nine months ending in September, a figure that contrasted sharply with the export performance of many of Vietnam’s neighbours. And the achievement...
Gov't improves supervision of SoE investment The Government has issued regulations on further tightening the supervision on State capital directed into enterprises, in a move to assure investments are increasingly...
Cashew exports to top $2.2 billion Cashew export revenue is expected to reach US$2.2 billion this year, after reaching robust growth due to higher prices and demand, according to the Ministry of Industry and...
Local, foreign paintmakers vie for market Domestic paint manufacturers believe they are capable of keeping up with their foreign counterparts in what has become a fiercely competitive market, according to independent...
Property market looks for TPP edge The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal will have a positive impact on the domestic real estate market, while the property market has recovered in the third quarter, experts...
Fitch: TPP Could Give Vietnam a Major Long-Term Growth Boost Vietnam could see a significant boost to long-term economic growth, investment and exports, should the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement drafted on 5 October be ratified,
Vietnam growing more attractive to foreign investment, including tech In this Southeast Asian country where millions still live on $2 a day farming rice or fitting buttons onto shirts, Silicon Valley chip maker Intel raised eyebrows a decade ago...
Farm exports may miss mark Viet Nam's farming, fishery and forestry exports this year may achieve 95 per cent of the target, an official of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said on...
Trade with Russia proves tricky for firms Domestic exporters have missed many business opportunities in Russia because of lack of market information, payment difficulties and high shipping fees, experts have said.
Sea transport sector still weak Vietnamese shipping companies are losing in their own homeland as domestic producers continue to choose foreign shippers for their imports and exports.
Mong Cai seeks FDI for projects The economic zone at the Mong Cai border gate with China has attracted 20 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with the total registered investment capital of US$1.1 billion...
The Biggest Winner From TPP Trade Deal May Be Vietnam Vietnam, whose low-wage economy relies on exports, is likely to be the biggest winner of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that slashes an estimated 18,000 tariffs among the dozen...
Foreign firms outpay domestic ones Base salaries at foreign companies and Vietnamese companies show a marked difference, a survey conducted by human resources firm Mercer and its partner Talentnet Corporation has...