The Vietnam Business Forum will roll out next week the second edition of the Made in Vietnam Energy Plan (MVEP 2.0), a business case for the primary use of Vietnam’s domestic resources to stimulate investment in clean, secure and affordable energy generation.
The northern province of Bac Ninh is hosting its second made-in-Vietnam fair under the programme of encouraging the consumption of Vietnamese products.
A number of foreign-invested firms have falsely labeled their products as originating from Vietnam to avoid trade safeguard instruments amid the US-China trade war.
A circular on "Made in Vietnam" products was expected to help businesses avoid accusations of fraud, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh at a conference held in Hanoi on September 25.
Among Vietnamese, there is no need for foreign language as means of communication, said the trade ministry.
‘Made in Vietnam’ products are required to have a localisation rate of 30 per cent and be partly produced in Vietnam.
In addition to having a localization rate of 30%, made-in-Vietnam products are required to be partly produced in Vietnam, not just basic processing.
Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong has asked for more efforts to make made-in-Vietnam products dominate the domestic market and gain a firm foothold overseas.
The move aims to systematize the standards and conditions for a product to be labeled as “Made in Vietnam” or of Vietnamese origin.
Following the success of last year’s program, a Made In Vietnam – Contemporary dance workshop will be back to Hanoi on July 6 at Military University of Culture and Arts.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT) has just sent out a warning against risks about foreign companies taking advantage of country of origin (in Vietnam) to reap benefits from their exports to a third nation.
MicroDragon, a made-in-Vietnam earth observation satellite, will be launched into space in Japan on January 17, 2019, according to the Vietnam National Space Centre (VNSC) under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has defended the Government’s call to prioritise domestic products following the scandal last year involving Khaisilk’s false claims that it sold “made in Vietnam” goods.
Vietnamese goods have to go through many intermediaries to enter foreign supermarket chains. As a result, enterprises have to pay high costs to sell their goods, and cannot develop their brands.
Hoang Anh Gia Lai, Ton Dong A and Dien Quang Lamp JSC all have had their brands appear at the football grounds of the world's most attractive football tournament – the British Premiership.
VOV.VN - The EU was the biggest importer of telephones and electronics made in Vietnam in the first two months of this year, accounting for 32.1% of their total export revenue.
(VOV) -Roughly 400 Vietnamese businesses are showcasing their Made in Vietnam wooden products and fine art handicraft exports at Mekong Expo 2014, which opened in Can Tho City on April 26.
(VOV) - More than 200 local and foreign businesses will participate in the Southeastern Region Industry and Trade Fair & Exhibition 2014 in Phan Thiet city, the southern Binh Thuan province on April 17.
(VOV) - Military-run telecom group Viettel recently announced that telephone exports comprised at least 90% of its total sales in 2013.