Foreign-invested enterprises will no longer be allowed to ignore their tax obligations as Vietnamese tax departments step up action on duty-dodging businesses.
Products from well-known US brands like Sephora, Victoria's Secret, Lacoste, Nike, Adidas and Coach will be shipped to Vietnamese customers more quickly and conveniently than ever.
VOV.VN - In recent years, running has become a popular community sport around the world. In Vietnam, running clubs, runner communities are being formed and increasingly creating a strong diffusion.
VOV.VN - Forty members of adidas Runners Saigon (ARS) has recently attended the Ho Chi Minh City International Marathon Techcombank 2018. This is the first official debut of adidas’s international running community since its launch in November.
Along with the scandals around the origin of Mumuso and Con Cung’s goods, Vietnam is awash with fake versions of famous fashion labels and the authorities are proving ineffective in doling out punishments.
Data leaks from global brands like Adidas, F21, and Sears show that online shopping is not really secure for consumers.
Global footwear brands like Adidas, Nike and Puma are increasingly turning to Vietnam for their manufacturing needs due to its affordable labour costs and free trade agreements.
In the face of potential US tariffs on Chinese-made shoes, numerous world-famous shoe and handbag manufacturers are mulling over shifting sourcing to Vietnam.
More than 30 leading Vietnamese manufacturers of garments, textiles and fashion accessories as well as garment-related industries have displayed their products at Hong Kong’s largest one-stop sourcing fashion show.
Skechers USA, a major footwear maker based in California, is studying a plan to invest in Vietnam in a project that probably needs 20,000 workers. The project marks a good start for the local footwear industry after a slowdown in 2017.
Adidas’ tendency of relocating production bases to places near major markets is expected to have adverse effects on Vietnam’s footwear industry.
Nike and Adidas are willing to pay 10%-17% of their profits for their marketing campaigns. Will Vietnamese businesses do the same?
Robots, despite being cheaper and more productive, will not immediately shift manufacturing away from countries abundant with inexpensive and low-skilled labour, such as Vietnam.
Vietnam is a big footwear exporter, but many Vietnamese do not wear domestically made shoes.
Supermarkets around the country have launched promotions to attract customers during the New Year holiday.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement has enthused garment producer Phong Phu since it is expected to bring more export opportunities, especially in the big markets of the US, Japan and Australia.
The domestic handbag industry must increase investment and quality to meet the rising demand from importers under new bilateral and multilateral trade agreements, an industry official has said.
Italian and German newspapers have run stories praising Vietnam’s business climate.
(VOV) - In the first half of the year, a number of the world’s leading footwear makers like Nike, Adidas and Puma have shifted their orders from China and Bangladesh to Vietnam.
Police caught a workshop engaged in the production of fake sportswear brands in Hanoi on March 9.