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Vegetable and fruit exports to Thailand up by 244.1% in four months

Vegetable and fruit exports to Thailand up by 244.1% in four months

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s fruit and vegetable exports to Thailand reached US$57.8 million during the opening four months of the year, a staggering a year-on-year rise of 244.1%, according to the Import and Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnam’s retail pie sweet but hard to get: JLL

Vietnam’s retail pie sweet but hard to get: JLL

As one of the most dynamic economies in the region, Vietnam’s young retail market has great potential as it is increasingly more competitive and attractive to foreign investors, said Trang Le, head of Research and Consulting Services at JLL Vietnam.

Retail businesses need to develop their own brands

Retail businesses need to develop their own brands

VOV.VN - Local retail businesses should focus on developing their own brands, improving the product quality and diversifying products in order to enhance their competitiveness in the domestic market.

Businesses should make bold steps to penetrate Thai market

Businesses should make bold steps to penetrate Thai market

VOV.VN - Domestic enterprises have been urged to take a more proactive approach when seeking ways to make inroads into the Thai market by gaining insights into market demand and food and hygiene standards to devise a proper long-term development strategy.

Local brands shine at Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand

Local brands shine at Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand

VOV.VN - Vietnamese Goods Week in Thailand opened at the Central World mega-shopping complex in Bangkok on September 18, with the aim of promoting several of the nation’s high-quality products and traditional cuisine to new Thai customers.

Vietnam to boost exports via retail channels

Vietnam to boost exports via retail channels

Billions of dollars worth of Vietnam’s products are exported via large global retail chains, but these products must adhere to strict requirements to be accepted by supermarkets.

Yen Bai’s specialties introduced in Hanoi

Yen Bai’s specialties introduced in Hanoi

A programme to introduce specialties of the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai kicked off at the Big C Thang Long supermarket in Hanoi on November 30.

Vietnam Goods and Tourism Week opens in Thailand

Vietnam Goods and Tourism Week opens in Thailand

The ‘Vietnam Goods and Tourism Week in Thailand 2018’ officially kicked off on August 22 in Bangkok, displaying a wide range of Vietnamese products with high export potential.

Luc Ngan Lychee Week gets underway in Hanoi

Luc Ngan Lychee Week gets underway in Hanoi

VOV.VN - The Luc Ngan Lychee Week is being held at BigC Thang Long in Hanoi from June 13-20, aiming to promote the special fruit of Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province to Hanoians.

Central Group to expand investment in Vietnam

Central Group to expand investment in Vietnam

Thailand's Central Group is planning to spend 200 billion THB (around 6.3 billion USD) on expanding domestic and overseas retail networks and hotels in the next five years, with Vietnam named as a prioritised market.

Thai tycoons' deals in Vietnam pose risks to domestic market

Thai tycoons' deals in Vietnam pose risks to domestic market

Thai tycoons have been seeking business opportunities in Vietnam's beverage, retail and construction materials markets over the past five years in a bid to take advantage of the country's 95 million population and expanding middle class, according to experts.

Vietnamese food makers urged to up quality

Vietnamese food makers urged to up quality

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.

Finance Ministry wants 1% tax on transfer price in M&A deals

Finance Ministry wants 1% tax on transfer price in M&A deals

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.