Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors plans to expand its Vietnam operations by moving to full-scale production of parts within the country.
Contracts for 880 automobiles were signed during the Vietnam Motor Show 2018, which took place from October 24 to 28 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam imported 1,287 automobiles of different kinds worth US$31.3 million from August 3-9, 81% of them were from Thailand and Indonesia, according to the General Department of Customs.
Up to 33% of Vietnamese buyers are open to considering an electric vehicle (EV) as their next car, demonstrating the country’s strong potential to speed up the electrification of automobiles.
Thanh Cong Group on March 30 signed a cooperation agreement with the Republic of Korea’s Hyundai Motor Company on forming a venture to expand the assembling of automobiles in Vietnam.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will continue pursuing the dream of a real auto industry in Vietnam despite the failure of 20 years of efforts towards this goal.
Vietnam’s total export earnings hit US$13 billion in February, raising the total in the first two months of this year to US$27.3 billion, up 15.4% annually, said the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
How to effectively implement Decision No. 985a /QD-TTg approving the national action plan on air quality management up to 2020, with a vision toward 2025, was the subject of a conference held in Hanoi on September 22.
Honda Vietnam, the local subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate Honda, managed to rack up even more profit in 2015, despite a saturating motorcycle market.
The industrial production index rose 7.2% year-on-year in July, the General Statistics Office has announced.
The HCM City Department of Transport has called on the administration to build smart parking lots at hospitals to meet the burgeoning demand for parking space at most of them.
Vietnam spent US$195 million on importing about 12,000 completely built-up cars in May, an increase of 33 percent in quantity compared to April and 12 percent against the same period last year.
Companies providing transport services with automobiles must further slash fares following the recent drop in petrol prices this month, Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Hong Truong urged.
After posting a record growth of 55 percent last year, Vietnam's automobile sales will continue to grow strong this year, albeit at a lower rate, news website VnMedia reported on February 9, citing local businesses.
Owners of automobiles will not be fined as stipulated in a police fiat if they do not carry fire extinguishers in the cars, Vietnamese police officers said, adding that competent agencies are considering many factors before any more enforcement.
Automobiles which are priced higher in Vietnam than in regional countries is the reason for the sluggish development of the automobile industry, experts say.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s livestock industry on which the livelihoods of nearly 10 million people depend will most likely be put on the chopping block by the 11 other signatory nations to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade accord.
Honda Vietnam (HVN) sold as many as 6,492 automobiles in 2014, up 41% from 2013, according to Director of the Automobile Division at Honda Vietnam Tomohiro Maruno.
(VOV) -In the first eight months of the year, Vietnam imported an estimated 37,300 vehicles valued at US$806 million, up 71.5% in volume and 91.9% in value compared to last year’s corresponding period, Vietnam Customs reports.
(VOV) -Vietnam imported 6,000 automobiles worth US$117 million in June 2014, reaching record highs for the past three years, according to the General Office of Statistics (GSO).