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Paper sector unfolds into domestic market

Paper sector unfolds into domestic market

VOV.VN - Domestic paper production has been relatively stable from the beginning of the year, with the sector producing more than 1.18 tons of different types of paper over the first four months of 2018, a year-on-year rise of 60%, according to the Vietnam Pulp and Paper Association (VPPA).

Agriculture research results remain on paper

Agriculture research results remain on paper

The provinces of Long An and Dong Nai have been unable to use high-quality research findings to boost agricultural development because they lack funds and are unable to match what farmers want, officials said.

Street vendor spaces on paper, not concrete

Street vendor spaces on paper, not concrete

Ambitious plans to establish designated areas for street vendors in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have yet to materialise, months after a “sidewalk clean-up” campaign fuelled debates over the future of street vendors.

Unique paper from water coconut tree

Unique paper from water coconut tree

The water coconut tree is a great source of materials for people in Cam Thanh commune, Hoi An city to build their houses. Recently, a group of artists used the tree to produce a kind of paper and create products from that paper.

Paper exports inch up

Paper exports inch up

VOV.VN - Exports of paper and paper products in the first ten months this year increased by 5.6% to US$413.4 million against the same period last year, according to Vietnam Customs.

Vietnam risks becoming "pollution haven"

Vietnam risks becoming "pollution haven"

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is expected to continue the shift of investment flows into industries of high pollution risk in Vietnam like textile-dying, paper, iron and steel.

Imports in 7 months surge

Imports in 7 months surge

(VOV) - Vietnam had to import US$463 million worth of pesticides and raw materials in the first seven months of this year.

Hue artist revives art of making bamboo paper

Hue artist revives art of making bamboo paper

(VOV) - Phan Hai Bang, an art instructor at the Hue University of Art, has resurrected the ancient art of making bamboo paper that he hopes will weave a brighter future for Hue artisans.

Hanji Korean Art Exhibit opens in Hanoi

Hanji Korean Art Exhibit opens in Hanoi

(VOV) - A Hanji Contemporary Korean Paper Art exhibition showcasing 15 artworks by Yang Sang Hoon has opened at the Korean Cultural Centre in Hanoi.

Paper manufacturing facility shaping up in Ba Ria-Vung Tau

Paper manufacturing facility shaping up in Ba Ria-Vung Tau

(VOV) - A Taiwanese company, Cheng Long Group, has announced plans to construct a US$1 billion industrial paper processing plant with a capacity of over 1 million tonnes annually in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

Industrial production slows to 4.4% in August

Industrial production slows to 4.4% in August

Vietnam’s index of industrial production (IIP) in August increased by only 4.4% compared to last year’s same period, much lower than the 7% rise of last month.

How to penetrate the German market?

How to penetrate the German market?

(VOV) -Vietnamese goods, buoyed by growth in consumer demand, are facing plenty of export opportunity in the German market.

HCM City hosts 2013 Vietnam Plas exhibition

(VOV) -More than 260 domestic and international businesses from Thailand, Japan, the US, the Republic of Korea, India, Russia and China will attend the International Plastic and Rubber Industry Exhibition (Vietnam Plas) in Ho Chi Minh City from August 3-6.

Paper industry shows impressive growth

Paper industry shows impressive growth

(VOV) -The paper industry has grown rapidly at a rate of 15-17 percent over the past five years, producing more than 2 million tonnes and supplying 64 percent of the domestic market annually.

Cambodia-Vietnam trade increases

Cambodia-Vietnam trade increases

Bilateral trade between Vietnam and Cambodia reached US$3.3 billion in 2012, up 17 percent from the previous year, according to the Vietnamese Trade Office in Cambodia.