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Government urges competitive coal market

Government urges competitive coal market

The Government has assigned the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) to build a development roadmap for a competitive coal market as there are new coal suppliers.

Prices of Luc Ngan lychees hit record high

Prices of Luc Ngan lychees hit record high

VOV.VN - The prices of Luc Ngan lychees have hit a record high over the last 64 years, said the Director of Bac Giang provincial Department of Industry and Trade, Mr. Tran Quang Tan.

Petrol prices drop by over VND400 per litre

Petrol prices drop by over VND400 per litre

The price of RON 92 decreased by VND435 per litre from 5:00pm on July 5, according to the latest adjustment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance the same day.

Farmers blamed as they suffer falling prices

Farmers blamed as they suffer falling prices

Farmers, already hit by record low pork prices, are facing a fresh blow with prices for many other agricultural products in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang dropping.

As highlands pepper prices fall, farmers hold out

As highlands pepper prices fall, farmers hold out

Over the last ten days, pepper prices have fallen from an already low VND82,000 (US$3.65 USD) to VND72,000 (US$3.21) per kilogramme, but pepper farmers in the Central Highlands continue to hold out for higher prices.

Light crop drives up lychee prices

Light crop drives up lychee prices

VOV.VN - Consumers can expect to pay more for lychees this summer, as pickers start harvesting a lighter than expected crop in Vietnam, reports the Tien Phong (Vanguard) Newspaper.

Vietnam gas prices rise 1 cent to US$.76 a litre

Vietnam gas prices rise 1 cent to US$.76 a litre

VOV.VN - The average price of a litre of RON 92 and E5 bio-petrol rose one cent nationwide to US$.76 (VND17,366) and US$.75 (VND17,154), respectively, effective as of 3pm today (June 5).

Lower food prices pull CPI down in May

Lower food prices pull CPI down in May

Consumer price index (CPI) in May dropped by 0.53% from the previous month mostly due to a sharp fall in food prices, the General Statistics Office (GSO) said on May 29.

Milk competition gets fierce in Vietnam

Milk competition gets fierce in Vietnam

Milk brands in Vietnam are pouring millions of dollars into promotional campaigns and the development of new products to secure their foothold in the increasingly competitive market.

Petrol prices continue to decrease

Petrol prices continue to decrease

Prices of oil and petrol products continued to decrease from 3:00pm on May 20, according to the latest adjustment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance the same day.

EVN told to handle loss-making projects

EVN told to handle loss-making projects

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has requested the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) to review loss-making projects to ensure investment flows for its production and business.