Retail Woes Pose Investor Headache
Struggling retailers forced to close down or cede their business to others in Ha Noi shopping centres have caused difficulties for the investors.
Phu Thai launches new retail brand
Speaking to the Daily on the sidelines of a meeting announcing the establishment of B’s mart Co. held in HCMC on Thursday, Phan Viet Hung, deputy general director of Phu...
Trucking firms bemoan road toll hikes
Do Xuan Phu, director of Minh Lien Transportation Company, said trucking firms were shouldering a heavy burden of more than 10 different taxes and fees, with the road maintenance
Drugs producible at home still imported
Multiple types of generic drugs are still being imported into Vietnam even though they can be produced by local firms, said Do Van Dung, deputy head of the pharmaceutical...
Vinamilk invests heavily in dairy farming
After pouring more than VND4 trillion to construct two processing mills in the southern province of Binh Duong, Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company, or Vinamilk, will not...
CPI in Hanoi, HCMC inch up
The consumer price indices (CPI) in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, the two biggest cities of Vietnam, started to change their courses in June after being pinned down for 3 months in
Sai Gon Co.op opens supermarket
Sai Gon Co.op opened its 62nd supermarket in central NhaTrang City with investment capital of more than VND120 billion ($5.7 million).
Local products get thumbs up
Vietnamese goods such as Vinamilk dairy products, 333 Beer and Hao Hao instant noodles have been highlighted for their brisk sales in the domestic market.
Thaco to produce truck engines
Truong Hai Automobile company (Thaco) planned to produce 20,000 diesel engines for trucks and buses from next year, the company's deputy general director Pham Van Tai...
New industrial zone to lure Japanese firms
Construction of the Phu My 3 Industrial Zone starts today in the south-eastern province of Ba RiaVung Tau to predominantly house Japanese companies. Viet Nam News spoke to Nguyen
FTAs offer business opportunities
Small- and medium-sized enterprises should learn how to take advantage of new Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) that will take effect within the near future, ministry officials have...