Though demand has increased as foreigners are now allowed to own houses in Vietnam, real estate developers dare not raise selling prices.
VOV.VN - Squid and octopus exports dipped 6.9% to US$54.08 million during the first two months of this year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters (VASEP).
The prices of RON 92 petrol and E5 bio-fuel increased VND670 and VND570 per litre, respectively, as of 4:30 p.m. on March 21.
Property prices are expected to increase by five to 10 percent in the year of 2016, especially hot projects that have good infrastructure and ensure construction progress.
Pepper production has brought high profits for growers but the current rush at growing pepper for export will likely lead to oversupply in the near future, experts warn.
Vietnamese customers, who expect to buy milk at cheaper prices after the world price drop began earlier this year, have swallowed a bitter pill when realizing that they had paid more than they should have for the dairy liquid.
The Ministry of Transport is investigating transport companies who have failed to lower prices amid a drop in petrol costs.
The northern province of Bac Giang, home to the best litchi crops in Vietnam, achieved glorious victories in terms of both sales and prices of the fruit this year, after years of suffering poor prices against booming supply.
The first Vietnamese-raised Kobe-style beef will be sold in June in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong with prices ranging between VND3.5 million (US$165) to over VND5 million (US$234) per kilogram.
Ho Chi Minh City’s January consumer price index (CPI) inched down 0.48% from last month as a result of recent reductions in petrol, oil and gas prices.
(VOV) - The May consumer price index (CPI) for Hanoi remained relatively unchanged (down by 0.07%) from the previous month. Analysts at the Municipal Statistics Office attribute the slight decrease to weak demand.
Hanoi consumers appear to be growing in optimism according to a new consumer confidence survey.
(VOV) -Domestic gold has dropped by VND50,000 per tael, but it is still higher than elsewhere in the world.
(VOV) -As of March 14, Vietnam has exported 906,173 tonnes of rice, earning US$411 million, according to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City’s consumer price index (CPI) in October increased 0.4 percent compared to September.
Vietnam’s coffee exports in August are estimated at somewhere between 70,000 and 100,000 tonnes, or between 1.17 million and 1.67 million bags of beans, lower than last month’s figure, said traders to Reuters on August 7.
Vietnam hopes to increase its tea-export prices to the world average and double export turnover by 2015.
Houses and apartments in major cities have gone up in price, three or four times higher than the per capita income growth rate.
Hanoi’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in May increased by 0.16 percent against April and by 7.8 percent over the same month of last year, according to a report from the Hanoi Statistics Office.
The domestic price of gold on the morning of May 16 decreased by VND350,000/tael compared to the previous day.