Vietnamese food producers need to focus on improving product quality, invest in new technologies and build brands to meet consumer demand and increase export value, experts said at the Vietnam Food Forum held in HCM City on November 16.
Vietnam’s appeal as a destination for foreign logistics providers is rising on the back of its expanding retail market.
In order to accomplish the revenue target of US$90 billion by 2020, CJ Group (the Republic of Korea) must dominate all four key business areas in which the group is expanding its business activities. Therefore, continuously acquiring targeted companies appears to be the fastest way.
Vietnamese blockbusters will be shown for free for a month at CGV cinemas nationwide.
The great potential of the Vietnamese food market has attracted the Republic of Korean conglomerate the CJ Group.
VOV.VN - CJ Group, a multi-industry company headquartered in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, broke ground yesterday (June 23) on a new powdered chili plant in the south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan.
Well-known Vietnamese names in the food industry have fallen into the hands of the world’s largest conglomerates.
The attractiveness of the processed food industry in Vietnam, a market with 90 million consumers, can be seen in the high number of merger & acquisition (M&A) deals made in the last three years.
Due to what many perceive as an opening for high-tech applications, Vietnam’s agricultural sector has been becoming increasingly attractive to foreign investors.
VOV.VN - A subsidiary company of CJ Group, the CJ Vina Agri Co., Ltd, held a ground-breaking ceremony on February 16 for US$19.4 million animal feed plant at Nhon Hoa Industrial Park in An Nhon Town, Binh Dinh province.
Over 1,000 people attended a career fair co-organised by the Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the Korean Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City on December 15.
VOV.VN - CJ Group held a ground-breaking ceremony on October 26 for a US$31 million feed manufacturing facility at the Dong Van II Industrial Zone in Ha Nam Province, reports the Vietnam News Agency.
VOV.VN - More than ever, consumers in Vietnam are looking for the ‘Made in Thailand’ label when purchasing consumer goods, and they're willing to pay a premium for these products, according to experts.
The Vietnamese Government is working to improve investment climate and create the best possible conditions for foreign businesses, including those from the Republic of Korea, to invest in the country.
VOV.VN - CJ Group from the Republic of Korea has announced that it will cooperate with Saigon Trading Group (SATRA) to expand food trading in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - A delegation of the CJ Group from the Republic of Korea (RoK) led by its President Chang Bok Sang has made a fact-finding tour of central Binh Dinh province to seek an investment opportunity.
VOV.VN - The CJ Group - the leading group of food material distribution from the Republic of Korea –has decided to officially plant chilli in Vietnam after six months successfully conducting a pilot project in southern Binh Thuan province.
Amid growing concerns in Vietnam about unsafe food, many foreign and local firms are exploring opportunities to produce safe food in the country.
The four Asian giants predicted to be able to change the face of some industries and economic branches in Vietnam include CJ Group (the Republic of Korea), Ayala (the Philippines), SCG (Thailand) and Central Group (Thailand).
The four foreign giants that are forecast to make changes in the Vietnamese market in the future are the Republic of Korea's CJ Group, Ayala Corporation of the Philippines, Thailand's SCG and Thailand’s Central Group.