The purchasing power in Ho Chi Minh City increased by up to 40 percent during the National Day occasion as many families spent the three-day holiday at commercial centres instead of travelling to far destinations.
The property market in Ho Chi Minh City will see good prospects for all segments this year and the retail sector will see new trends, according to experts in the field.
Research conducted by Germany's Statista Market Research Company showed that the scale of Vietnam's retail market could reach US$100 billion in 2016.
(VOV) -The number of plastic bags consumed in Vietnam will decrease by 65 percent as of 2020, compared to the previous decade.
(VOV) -The capital city will invest more than VND8.5 trillion to restore 21 villages and establish 17 others to boost tourism and the local economy.