To capitalise on the global demand for medical protective equipment, Vietnamese companies need to proactively study markets, demand and quality standards, experts have said.
“Good Goods Japan 2018”, a business networking event for Japanese high-quality household commodities and consumer goods, was held in Ho Chi Minh City on December 4, drawing the participation of nearly 50 Japanese firms who want to boost exports to Vietnam, and some 100 domestic businesses.
VOV.VN - Thirty-four projects with a total capital of US$129 million have been granted investment licenses abroad during the first four months of the year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MOPI).
Authorities in a southern Vietnamese province have officially advised its farmers against selling black-pepper roots to domestic businesses, for they are concerned that the sale may endanger local production and growth.
The adoption of a zero percent tariff from January 2018 among member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will create opportunities for Vietnamese businesses to seek markets in the region, but competition in the domestic market will also become fiercer with the flood of imports from ASEAN region.
Many domestic businesses expect the newly signed CPTPP will bring positive effects on Vietnam through the expansion of export market along with access to the abundant materials sources in CPTPP member countries.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged trade counsellors to proactively assist domestic businesses by providing information about foreign markets, promoting trade and investment activities, and increasing sale of Vietnamese products abroad.
Domestic businesses are seeking to develop the rural retail market given fierce competition from foreign rivals, according to Cong Thuong (Industry & Trade) newspaper.
State officials and economic experts shared concerns over policy barriers that hinder domestic businesses amid global integration.
(VOV) -With the trend of regional and global integration on the rise, Vietnamese enterprises are on a mission to reinvent the nation’s supply-chains, giving domestic businesses a larger and more equitable piece of the pie.
Lawmakers expressed their concern over the health of domestic companies at a plenary session in Hanoi on October 31, saying that the government needs to devise support measures.
(VOV) -Domestic businesses which can stand firm against all odds deserve a medal.
(VOV) - The stable growth and considerable contribution of foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises to the national economy is putting domestic businesses at a disadvantage.