Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has affirmed that Vietnam, as a leading garment exporter, is able to meet demand for face masks of people in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
VOV.VN - At Dong Xuan Knitting stores throughout Hanoi, crowds of people have been seen queueing up in recent days as they try to purchase face masks to combat the novel coronavirus (nCoV) epidemic.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is facing a number of difficulties in branching out to new markets due to a sharp decline in rice demand from China, according to a trader in HCM City.
Many shops specialising in organic pork, fresh fruits and vegetables have opened in central HCM City and neighboring areas as demand for organic products has increased in recent years.
The unemployment rate is on the increase among young people in Vietnam, however, many companies are facing difficulty in recruiting unskilled labourers in the final months of the year.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese imports of corn for the six months leading up to July 2017 jumped 5.6% year-on-year to 3.53 million tons, continuing last year’s upward tick, according to a report by the Crop Production Department.
Given Vietnam’s huge demand for clean water, and the government’s need to develop water infrastructure, U.S. companies are looking at opportunities to enter and expand their operations in Vietnam, a top U.S. Department of Commerce official said on July 18.
Big cities and provinces in the country have completed stockpiling of goods reserves keeping in mind the increase in demand in the coming Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
(VOV) - At an online briefing on October 5, Vice President Huynh Minh Hue of the Vietnam Food Association (VFA) said there are some bright spots on the horizon for rice exports.
(VOV) -The demand for rhino horn in Vietnam has dropped by 38% over last year, according to a survey conducted by the Humane Society International (HSI) and the Vietnam Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
(VOV) -Vietnam’s residential and business customers have started to embrace solar and other forms of renewable energy and its demand is forecast to rise fourfold by 2030.
Owners of leading Thai retail groups are pushing ahead with aggressive expansions into Vietnam’s retail market.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s shrimp exports are expected to fetch US$2.5 billion by the end of 2013, surpassing its set target of US$2.3 billion, said VASEP Secretary General Truong Dinh Hoe.
The shortage of Tra fish is expected to last until the end of this year and beyond, forcing almost all Tra fish export processing factories to temporarily halt production, according to an official from the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
The number of customers booking tours to popular destinations in the central and southern regions increased by 20-25 percent against the same period last year.
(VOV) -Market prices are forecast to remain unchanged in May despite the constant downtrend in the prices of essential products such as oil and food.
Demand for high-quality human resources is rapidly increasing throughout Vietnam and is expected to continue in the coming decade, say experts.
International partners are paying greater attention to transparency in Vietnam’s socio-economic development before they make decisions on investment and cooperation.
Houses and apartments in major cities have gone up in price, three or four times higher than the per capita income growth rate.
Falling consumption, high input costs of fuels and materials, and lack of capital have driven many real estate agents and building material producers out of business. Not a few businesses have to stop operating.