VOV.VN - There have been no scenes of crowds rushing to stockpile goods at supermarkets around Hanoi on the first day of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s order on social distancing coming into force.
Sales of bottled water of all quantities has soared after Hanoi authorities announced tap water was contaminated with oil.
All supermarkets, shopping malls, convenience stories and bookstores in Saigon are to replace plastic bags with environmentally friendly options by 2020.
Transporting goods to supermarkets is an arduous journey for manufacturing enterprises, especially small and medium ones.
The retailer community last week was stirred up by the news that a Vietnamese enterprise had acquired a famous foreign retail brand just after one month of negotiations.
Auchan has left the Vietnamese market. MM Mega Market and Big C have seen revenue decrease. But Aeon Mall and Lotte Mart continue to expand.
Hue in central Vietnam has equipped 160 cyclos with trash bins in an effort to boost its image as a clean, green destination.
Supermarkets have started ordering businesses to develop products under their own brand, and companies and consumers are reaping the rewards.
For a long time, Vietnam has been considered as a potential retail market thanks to crowded population and strong purchasing power but not every retailer is able to succeed in doing business here.
Vietnam fair was launched on June 7 at 46 supermarkets and malls of AEON group in Kanto region, including AEON Lake Town Mori in Saitama prefecture – one of three largest AEON malls.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has praised several supermarkets for using natural alternatives in wrapping goods, saying it contributes to raising public awareness of protecting the environment for the community’s benefits.
Many trade centres and supermarkets started opening their door right on February 5, the first day of the traditional lunar New Year (Tet), with prices kept at the same level before the longest and most important festival in Vietnam, according to market watchers.
VOV.VN - As Lunar New Year festival (Tet) draws near, Banh Chung (square glutinous rice cake) are sold well in the domestic market at between VND20,000 and VND65,000 each.
In 2014, the retail market witnessed the historic US$879 million transfer of Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam from German Metro Group to the Thai Berli Jucker's (BJC) Group.
VOV.VN - Famous and iconic products featuring French culture are being put on display at 35 Big C supermarkets across the country within the frame work of France Week at Big C Vietnam 2018.
A recent consumer payment attitudes report by a global payments technology company showed that more than half of Vietnamese consumers are aware of contactless payments
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has stopped drafting a decree that would have required supermarkets to remain open through holidays and have at least three annual promotions a year.
The Hanoi People’s Committee recently issued a plan to develop non-cash payments, urging all supermarkets and restaurants to put in place cashless payment devices or systems by 2020.
VOV.VN - Most markets, shops, and supermarkets resumed their normal operation on the fifth day of Lunar New Year (Tet), however, they welcomed few customers.
Supermarkets and electronics stores in Ho Chi Minh City have launched a slew of promotion programs to attract buyers from now to the end of this month.