COVID-19: Border localities asked to resume trade with China

COVID-19: Border localities asked to resume trade with China

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has asked the northern provinces of Lang Son and Quang Ninh to resume imports, exports and transport of goods through three sub-border gates in the two localities after a suspension due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

State capital in Viglacera to be fully divested in 2020

State capital in Viglacera to be fully divested in 2020

The Construction Ministry will divest the remaining State capital in ceramic and tile producer Viglacera Corporation this year, said head of the ministry’s Enterprises Management Department Dao Minh Thanh.

Pharma giants seek to cash in on local market potential

Pharma giants seek to cash in on local market potential

While several sectors are being hit by the coronavirus outbreak in Vietnam, the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry is taking an advantage, with numerous expansion strategies among players being placed in the gun barrel.

Vietnam’s economic growth in 2020 driven by traditional sectors

Vietnam’s economic growth in 2020 driven by traditional sectors

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s GDP increased 7.02% last year, marking the second consecutive year the economic growth rate has surpassed 7%. Economists say this will create momentum for this year’s growth, which will be primarily driven by traditional sectors.

Vietnam, India to boost exports to each other’s markets

Vietnam, India to boost exports to each other’s markets

With the comprehensive strategic partnership and large purchasing power, Vietnam and India have large potential to increase two-way trade via boosting the export of their strong commodities to each other’s markets, trade officials of the two countries said.

Logistics sector sees positive shift

Logistics sector sees positive shift

VOV.VN - Vietnam's logistics infrastructure posted positive changes throughout 2019 while several major road and railway upgrade projects were put into service.

Long An exports 50 tonnes of dragon fruit by sea a day

Long An exports 50 tonnes of dragon fruit by sea a day

The Dragon Fruit Association of southern Long An province exports 50 tonnes of dragon fruit a day on average to China and other Southeast Asian nations by sea as export by road has faced lots of difficulties due to the outbreak of the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Petrol prices drop for third time

Petrol prices drop for third time

The retail prices of petrol were strongly reduced starting 3pm on February 14 in the latest review, the third decrease since the beginning of the year.