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Large inventories plague local companies

Inventory is still a major concern for Vietnamese businesses, according to a survey released yesterday at a seminar held in HCM City.


Garment exports remain on target

The textiles and garments industry is approaching its US$19.5 billion export target for this year after receiving sufficient orders to meet the goal, according to Le Tien Truong, vice chairm [ … ]


US makes top tra fish buyer

Viet Nam earned US$170.18 million from tra fish exports to the US in the first five months of the year, making it the country's largest tra fish importer.


Hanoi to not eliminate traditional markets in 5-7 more years

While the Hanoi People’s Committee has many times affirmed that the city would speed up the plan to develop modern supermarkets and shopping malls, the Hanoi People’s Council does not think [ … ]


Vietnamese enterprises tend to broaden foreign investment

Increased foreign investment has shown the sense of initiative of Vietnamese enterprises in exploring markets abroad and embracing international integration.


Energy labeling for energy saving products

As energy prices are greatly fluctuate and consumer demand for energy efficiencyproducts increases, energy labeling is considered as passport to lead the way for energy saving products to do [ … ]


Toxic Chinese toys still flood Vietnamese market

Ho Chi Minh City market monitoring officers have discovered yet more children’s toys smuggled from China that contain excessive amounts of several toxic chemicals.


Vasep plans to set up tra fish center in EU

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep) plans to build a center in Europe charged with distributing and auctioning Vietnamese tra fish products for the EU market.

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Africa-VN trade soars

Vietnamese exports to Africa during the first half of the year registered growth of 41.7 per cent, the highest rate among the country's export markets, according to the Ministry of Industry [ … ]


Turbulent market makes investors cautious

Though the economy appears to be recovering, investors are becoming more cautious as they face further risks from the financial market.


Commodity prices poised to rise from this month

Supermarket, increasing prices, fuel price, consumer price index

Prices of a vast array of commodities are poised to rise from this month despite the low purchasing power as input costs have been increasing steadily, said retailers and researchers.


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