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Vietnam gas prices down further on global falls

Vietnamese fuel traders on Saturday lowered the retail prices of gasoline for the tenth consecutive time since late July, following an order by two ministries.

 

City slashes meat, egg prices

The HCM City Department of Finance on Tuesday approved a plan to cut the prices of poultry and animal meat and eggs sold under the price stabilisation programme.

   

Ministries issue another reduction to fuel retail prices

The Viet Nam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) yesterday reduced the price of petrol by between VND30 and VND160 per litre.

   

Goods prices same as petrol falls

The petrol price has fallen fourfold by a total of VND1,900 per litres but consumer goods remain unchanged, partly caused by higher transportation fees, Tin tuc (News) newspaper reported yes [ … ]

   

Fresh policies take effect since September

A series of new policies on SOEs, recruitment of Vietnamese workers in foreign organizations, foreign exchange, and gambling business for foreigners come into effect since September, 2014.

   

Fruit prices soar in Mekong Delta as harvest closes

With the fruit harvest season drawing to a close, the prices of many fruits have begun increasing in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta.

   

Falling rubber prices take their toll on local industry

Price falls and low yields hit farmers and rubber workers in central Quang Binh Province while local authorities are struggling to find new plants in the locality.

   

Construction material demand set to increase

The consumption of building materials in the domestic market at present is just 30 to 50 per cent of production, although peak time for construction is approaching.

   

Giants act to cut dairy, beef prices

Three large Vietnamese companies, Hoang Anh Gia Lai JSC (HAGL), Nutrition Food JSC and Vissan Limited Company, will launch a joint venture aimed at reducing domestic prices of dairy products [ … ]

   

Supermarkets look to lure ladies

With International Women's Day fast approaching, people are flocking to supermarkets and shops to buy gifts for their loved ones.

   

“Four-no” milk powder imported at dirt cheap prices

Insiders call the product “four-no” milk, referring to its lack of label, nutrition content, manufacturer information, and certificate of quality.

   

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