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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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ASEAN stands tall amid turmoil, has infrastructure spending worth $9.97 trillion A combination of sustained economic growth, young population and infrastructure spending estimated at US$7 trillion (S$9.97 trillion) over the next 15 years makes ASEAN an...
VN trade with Middle East, Africa grows Viet Nam is willing to be a gateway for goods and services from the Middle East and Africa to navigate the markets of ASEAN member states, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh said...
Vietnam Forecasts Strong Economic Growth as Restructuring Lags Vietnam’s leaders are forecasting strong economic growth even as the government will fail to meet a 2015 goal of restructuring nearly 300 state-owned companies.
Vietnam PM touts economic progress as leadership change looms Vietnam’s economy will grow at its quickest rate since 2010 at over 6.5 percent this year and has succeeded in controlling inflation and a troublesome blight of bad debts,...
Policies on female employees decreed The government issued decree No 85/2015/ND-CP ("Decree No 85") on October 1, 2015, detailing some regulations of the Labour Code regarding policies for female...
New strategies urged for TPP The Vietnamese business community must develop new business strategies in order to be more competitive after the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) takes effect, delegates heard at...
VN's marine industry looks for path forward Viet Nam should use modern technologies to develop Viet Nam's marine industry, experts said yesterday at a conference.
Export resilience to boost economy The Vietnamese economy will likely expand more than 6 per cent annually over the next few years thanks to continued export resilience and ongoing reform measures by the...
Woman-led firms account for 20% of VN market cap The number of Vietnamese women in senior positions in public companies is still very small, but the picture does appear brighter if one looks at Viet Nam's largest...
Growing foreign interest in Vietnam's real estate Foreign buyers are starting to take greater interest in the Vietnamese property market after a slew of legislative changes has given them a freer hand there
Pizza Delivery By Drone Is A Reality In Russia A Russian fast food chain claims to have taken a slice out of the competition by becoming the first to offer pizza delivery by drone.
Finnish fund investing in Viet Nam's property market PYN Elite Fund (Non-UCITS), managed by Finnish PYN Fund Management Ltd, has been actively buying shares in many real estate companies in Viet Nam with an eye to the future.
Quang Ngai IZs attract $5.4 million The Quang Ngai Industrial Zones (IZs) Authority has granted investment licences to three new projects worth VND71 billion (approximately US$3.2 million).
Luxury car demand to climb on consumption tax increase The demand for luxury cars could steadily increase after the Government recently proposed raising special consumption tax on cars, particularly luxury vehicles.
Viet Nam Steel Association accuses China of trade fraud The Viet Nam Steel Association has accused China of committing trade fraud in exporting steel ingots to Viet Nam, causing losses of millions of US dollars to the State budget.
HCM City opens huge factory An eight-storey factory built at a cost of VND100 billion (US$4.5 million) at the Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone in HCM City was inaugurated on Tuesday. The building, leased by
IT outsourcing grows strongly Viet Nam's strong growth in the IT sector, low-cost and easily trained workforce, and support infrastructure for offshore outsourcing has made it a an emerging destination...
Viettel launches Tanzania services Military-run telecom group (Viettel) launched mobile operations in Tanzania under the Halotel brand on Wednesday.