The eye-catching positions at mobile phone shops in Hanoi and HCM City are now reserved for Oppo, Huawei and Vivo products, next to the areas reserved for the bestsellers of Samsung and Apple.
Most of the domestic auto industry went into a tizzy when Decree 116 tightening controls over the import and assembly of cars was issued in October, and days away from its official implementation, the worries and divisions remain.
The Bphone 2017, the next generation of the Vietnamese-made smartphone developed by Hanoi-based Bkav, is finally being released this month in its creator’s bid to turn the tide after the notorious failure of the phone’s maiden model in 2015.
Brand new cars are being sold at hundreds of millions of dong lower than initial prices, while used cars remain unsold.
2016 marks another successful year of strengthening the thriving economic tie between Vietnam and Taiwan.
Experts have voiced their concern about Chinese phone products in the domestic market, warning that there are latent risks about information insecurity.
The Republic of Korea-based HTC company had a working session with Ha Nam’s authorities on March 2 concerning the construction of its plant in the northern locality.
(VOV) - Lecturers and students at Hanoi Tourism College (HTC) on May 5 had a chance to enjoy a special dessert prepared by MasterChef New Zealand 2011 winner, Nadia Lim.