Against global recession and financial crisis, Vietnam’s retail industry has cemented its position in the economy as an effective bridge between producers and consumers, actively orienting buyers towards domestic products.
An event call French Week at Big C began at the supermarket chain’s outlets around the country on December 10 as part of the French Month in Vietnam.
The world’s leading food service retailer McDonald’s officially opened its first restaurant at 2 Hang Bai Street, Hanoi on December 2, marking its first foray into the northern market three years after opening its first restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnamese film “Cha va con va…” (Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories) was screened at the Crosscut Asia programme under the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) taking place in Japan from October 25-November 3.
More than 40% of students aged from 7 to 13 in big cities such as Hanoi and HCM City suffer from eye defects, with short-sightedness accounting for two-thirds of cases, according to health sector statistics.
The “Un Mois En France” (One Month in France) programme will take place in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City from November 1 to December 12.
The gift market for Vietnamese Women’s Day, October 20, this year is offering customers a wide range of products and services.
All telecom operators in the country have reported big profits in the first nine months of this year.
Non-touch electronic payment methods in Vietnam, including contactless cards or payment by phone scanning, are being applied widely in large cities.
Though provincial real estate developers are less known than bigger firms in Hanoi, HCMC and Da Nang, they are rivals with powerful financial capability.
Hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores are competing with single-price chains which have been cementing their positions in Vietnam.
The top leaders of Vietnam on September 11 offered sympathies to Cuba on big losses caused by hurricane Irma in the Caribbean country.
In an effort to prevent involved parties from evading tax by inaccurately declaring profits from M&A deals, MOF plans to tax one percent on the transfer price, to be applied to businesses, and one percent on income, to be applied to individuals.
Viettel Group was the only Vietnamese firm to receive several awards at the IT World Awards 2017 in San Francisco, the US, early this week.
To successfully deploy big data in the banking sector, there must be a comprehensive strategy using professional teams who have deep understanding of both finance and technology, said Nguyen Kim Anh, Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam.
A Luc Ngan “Thieu” lychee week, the second of its kind, opened on June 16 at Big C Thang Long shopping centre at 222 Tran Duy Hung, Cau Giay district, Hanoi.
VOV.VN - 7‑Eleven, Inc, the globe’s largest convenience retailer with some 56,400 stores worldwide, has announced its first store in Vietnam will open this June in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will continue to work with large foreign distributors to promote exports of Vietnamese products.
The General Department of Taxation has asked local tax authorities to inspect foreign retailers operating in Vietnam to see if they are transfer pricing or shifting profits to avoid tax.
The pilot project to put origin-tracing stamps on vegetable and fruits has gained initial successes after three months, a senior official has said.