There is a rising wave of converting rubber plantations into industrial land as developers eye spots for industrial zones to capture opportunities from global value chains.
The 24 employees of a subsidiary of the Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) group, and their two children, suffered no injury during their two-day ordeal and are in stable condition.
Quang Tri Rubber Company under the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) has signed a land leasing contract with the Lao Government for a rubber plantation and a rubber processing plant in Laos’ southern province of Salavan.
A Vietnamese multi-sector conglomerate plagued by financial woes over its loss-making agricultural arm has announced that it may sell nearly half of its massive rubber plantation to Chinese partners in the event its proposed debt restructuring plan falls though.
Plunging rubber prices will reduce profits of the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) in 2016, as heard during a conference held in Ho Chi Minh City on January 15 to review the company’s performance and set out new tasks.
(VOV) - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on January 6 inquired into the living conditions of local people and armed forces of Moray border commune in Sa Thay district, the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
(VOV) - Vietnamese businesses will increase investment in Cambodia, aiming to raise their total capital to US$4 billion in 2015.
(VOV) - The Cambodian Government will ease difficulties, creating favourable conditions for Vietnamese businesses, including rubber producers, to operate efficiently in the country.
More than 6,500 out of 10,000 hectares have been put under rubber plants in Laos’ Champasak province over the past five years by the Dau Tieng Viet-Laos Rubber Joint Stock Company.
The Lao government creates favourable conditions for Vietnamese businesses to invest in various areas in the country, and hopes 2012 will be another successful year for them, says Deputy Prime Minister Somsavat Lengsavad.