Vietnam's cement consumption increased 6% year-on-year to touch 53.22 million tonnes in the first ten months of 2014, according to the Construction Ministry's Building Material Department.
(VOV) - Residential real estate sales are pushing Ho Chi Minh City into seller’s market territory with an increase in the number of properties changing hands in the last year ballooning by 85%, according to property company Savills Vietnam.
(VOV) - Thanks to favourable legal frameworks from free trade pacts, geographical advantages, and traditional ties Vietnamese companies have ample opportunity to expand exports in Northeast Asia and increase their market share.
(VOV) - Diversifying markets overseas is an effective way to sustain Vietnam’s export growth and strike its trade balance with China, experts said in Hanoi on June 3.
(VOV) -In the lead up to International Women’s Day (March 8), retailers and boutiques across the nation are launching promotional discounts on a wide variety of gifts for women.
Owners of leading Thai retail groups are pushing ahead with aggressive expansions into Vietnam’s retail market.
A wide range of activities to mark the Vietnam Ethnic Groups Cultural Day got underway at the Vietnamese Ethnic Groups Culture and Tourism Village, Son Tay town, Hanoi on April 19.
A conference was held in Hanoi on April 12 to discuss changes of markets in Vietnam from an anthropological viewpoint.
The Ministry of Finance has outlined a plan that will give priority to government bonds in the bonds market under Decision No.261/2013.
(VOV) - With a population of more than one billion, Africa is considered a potential market for Vietnamese exporters.
(VOV) - Vietnam-US trade turnover is likely to reach US$50 billion in 2020, according to the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (Amcham Vietnam).
(VOV) - Management agencies need efective solutions to limit Chinese steel imports and eliminate technical barriers that unnecessarily add to the challenges facing domestic steel businesses.
The Central Highlands province of Dak Nong exported its coffee to 23 countries and territories around the world in 2012, raking in US$239.8 million, an increase of 41.6 percent year on year. Apart from coffee, the province shipped abroad cashew nuts and black peppers.
(VOV) - In contrast to most of its neighbours in emerging Asia, Vietnam maintained double-digit export growth in the first nine months of this year, weathering the global downturn extremely well.
(VOV) - Given the current gloomy export market, domestic enterprises need to take advantage of online business.
(VOV) - The first round of negotiation on the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) officially started in Hanoi on October 8.
Rising input costs, together with high interest rates, taxes and institutional costs are threatening the competitiveness of local businesses.
Banks in Vietnam are vying with each other to diversify their internet banking services in order to take advantage of people's increasing reliance on mobile electronic devices.
Opportunities for Vietnamese businesses in the US and ways of penetrating the market were discussed at a conference held by the Trade Promotions Department in Ho Chi Minh City on August 28.
Equitization should be done in timely fashion to restructure State-owned enterprises (SOEs).