Automaker Nissan Vietnam has declared a temporary shutdown as from April 5 amid the complex developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Car dealers at many firms in Vietnam are complaining about slow sales as it approaches the end of 2019.
VOV.VN - Domestic retailers have gained advantages in the retail market in recent times as a number of well-known foreign retail brands have retreated from the sector.
Up to 33% of Vietnamese buyers are open to considering an electric vehicle (EV) as their next car, demonstrating the country’s strong potential to speed up the electrification of automobiles.
After Honda, Nissan and Toyota, Subaru – another automobile maker from Japan will recall 24 Legacy and Outback car models to replace their front seat airbags from now to December 5, 2018.
Vietnam Register (VR) has announced the recall of 3,073 Nissan Navara pickup trucks, imported from Thailand, manufactured from September 20, 2010, to December 1, 2014, due to airbag faults.
Vietnam’s hi-tech parks are proposing a 50% reduction in personal income tax for employees working in all areas of the high-tech sector, to facilitate future investment attraction.
(VOV) - Vietnam Motor Show 2015 opened in Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City on October 28. The event showcases 18 brand names with 150 models. It is expected to attract 170,000 visitors.