Amid the 15-day nationwide social distancing campaign, people in Vietnam are increasingly resorting to online shopping and home delivery.
Fruit and vegetable exports are unlikely to hit the target of US$4-5 billion set for this year, according to the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetables Association.
Total retail sales and services revenue in Ho Chi Minh City were estimated at 112.77 trillion VND (4.8 billion USD) in January this year, an increase of 11.2 percent compared to the same period last year.
Tran Duy Dong, director of the Domestic Market Department, speaks to Vietnam News Agency about its plans to ensure supplies of essential goods.
Supermarkets and traditional markets in Ho Chi Minh City are increasing their supply of processed foodstuff in preparation for Tet 2020.
VOV.VN- Thanks to their great convenience in transactions, e-wallets are growingly used in daily purchases all around Vietnam. This has led to a fierce competition among service providers, yet a wonderful chance for consumers to enjoy various benefits.
Despite the robust development of e-commerce, traditional trade channels have maintained their domination in Vietnam as they satisfy shopping habits of local consumers.
The merger and acquisition (M&A) scene in Vietnam has become increasingly active with more domestic firms setting up ties with global partners so their brands can reach global customers and develop domestically.
The Saigon Union of Trading Cooperatives (Saigon Co.op), the Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Odonto-Stomatology and the Seoul Medical Service Foundation on August 5 signed a memorandum of understanding to fund free medical operations on children born with cleft lips and palates.
Local farmers, farm produce processors and traders should meet local and international standards to increase the consumption of agricultural products and also enhance competitiveness against foreign rivals, heard a recent forum on farm produce consumption in HCM City.
Saigon Co.op has just taken over the whole business operations, staff included, of the 18 Auchan Vietnam branches.
The 10th edition of the campaign on green consumption was launched in Ho Chi Minh City on June 1 with a wide range of activities.
With average annual growth rate of 10 percent and revenue of $150 billion in 2018, the Vietnamese retail market is full of potential, especially for convenience stores.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the retail and consumer market maintained its pace in 2018 with more deals clinched. Not only did foreign retail giants use M&A to enter Vietnam, local businesses are also on the offensive to regain some ground.
Vu Thi Thanh Hanh, general manager of Learth Vietnam Co Ltd, said sales of her company’s VietJoy leaf tea products were very good three months after they entered the Singaporean market.
The use of technology is considered one of the most important factors to improve the yields and quality of agricultural products and enable them to join the global value chain, delegates heard at a forum in Ho Chi Minh City on November 14.
Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Industry and Trade met with more than 50 experts, researchers and business leaders at a meeting on August 3 to discuss solutions to develop the city’s main products in the trading and services sector.
Facing increasing competition from the arrival of many world leading retailers, domestic retailing companies are turning their eyes to the rural market to capitalise on the advantage of home ground.
From the many cooking oils on a shelf at Co.opmart Đinh Tiên Hoàng supermarket, Nguyen Thanh Truc of District 1 has picked a 2l bottle of Co.opmart soya cooking oil.
Creating efficient supply chains for safe farm produce is essential to guarantee sales as well as ensure quantity and quality, delegates told a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on December 28.