TAMDA FOODS – a Vietnamese-owned company operating in the field of wholesale and retail of food and household appliances - has just opened a trade centre in Usti nad Labem city in the Czech Republic’s northern province of Ustecky.
Hanoi’s People’s Committee has approved Mai Linh Joint Stock Company’s investment in a big trade centre and apartment complex in Nam Tu Liem district’s Me Tri and Phu Do ward, according to Dau Tu (Investment) online newspaper.
VOV.VN - Big C has announced that it will make significant investments in 13 supermarkets nationwide to upgrade them to retail trade centres as part of a strategic plan to rebrand its image and position the company for future success.
Damage caused by the fire at the Pakse Dao Hong market, a Vietnamese trade centre in the Lao province of Champasak on early May 17, amounted to nearly US$8 million, the Vietnamese Consulate General said, quoting estimated figures of the provincial authorities.
(VOV) - Hanoi’s grooviest art scene is set to premiere for the first time ever at the Hang Da Trade Centre, December 5-28, with artworks of more than 59 artists.
(VOV) - The Sri Lanka-Vietnam trade centre officially opened in Colombo on August 6, introducing Vietnam’s investment environment and cooperative prospects for trade to the Sri Lankan business community.
Dubai property developer Limitless will this year restart its Halong Star mixed-use residential and tourism project in the northern province of Quang Ninh, which was delayed for several years due to the company’s financial difficulties.
Foreign retail giants have shown their interest in developing modern retailing in Vietnam by pouring money into trade centres and supermarkets.
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Transport plans to start construction of four main roads at Thu Thiem new urban area in District 2, the city’s new financial centre, in June 2013.
Investors are withdrawing their capital from Greece, Italy, Spain and other EU countries and pouring it into Vietnam this year, reports Radio Voice of Russia.
The international wholesaler Metro Cash & Carry opened a B2B wholesale centre in Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa province, on December 14.
A ground-breaking ceremony took place in central Quang Ngai province on October 2 for construction of a trade centre at an estimated cost of VND100 billion.
While hosting a two-day ASEAN business meeting, Vietnam raised an initiative for the local construction of an ASEAN trade centre in support of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).