Several Vietnamese goods have gained a firm foothold in the domestic market with 70% of Vietnamese consumers putting their trust in local goods.
(VOV) - Government officials recently announced that milk prices and related products at supermarkets are falling from between 10% and 20% as a result of a recent decision. A few prices are even exceeding a 20% decrease they report.
(VOV) - Hanoi hosted a seminar on June 4 discussing the unique aspects of increased competition with international rivals in the retail market brought about by Vietnam’s open market commitments.
(VOV) -A large number of retailers in Vietnam have launched promotional offers to stimulate consumer demand in the lead up to the five-day long holiday, starting April 30.
(VOV) - Government policies should be adopted to protect made-in-Vietnam products from the threat of smuggled and low-quality goods in the domestic market.
(VOV) -The number of plastic bags consumed in Vietnam will decrease by 65 percent as of 2020, compared to the previous decade.
(VOV) - With the approach of International Women’s Day (March 8) many supermarkets in Hanoi have launched promotion programmes to ofer a wide range of gifts for women.
(VOV) -The capital city will invest more than VND8.5 trillion to restore 21 villages and establish 17 others to boost tourism and the local economy.
Vietnam‘s fall from favour in the retail markets is forcing domestic businesses to find ways to hold sway again, say economists.
Vietnam has not been named in the latest list of most attractive retail markets according to a recent report from A. T. Kearney, a US-based global management consulting firm.
The capital city of Hanoi plans to introduce nine more shopping and trade-fair centres, according to the city's general plan on development of commercial activities by 2020 and towards to 2030.
Several supermarkets in HCM City have ensured that 90 percent of their goods are Vietnamese instead of imported after the campaign “Vietnamese people using Vietnamese goods” has been running for a year.