VOV.VN - April’s consumer price index (CPI) suffered a sharp decline of 1.54% in comparison to the previous month, the lowest level seen during the 2016 to 2020 period, due to declining purchasing power, according to the General Statistics Office.
Seafood exporters expect transport costs to surge by 30 percent when new international limits on sulfur content in fuel take effect next January.
Vietnam will accelerate the development of logistics services to facilitate trade and improve the economy’s competitiveness, according to an action plan which was approved recently by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Vietnam’s steel imports increased 18.4% to a record high of 18.4 million tons last year, while its steel exports soared 36% to 3.5 million tons, customs data showed.
A female Vietnamese worker in Angola was killed and another seriously injured after robbers set them on fire at the hostel they were staying in, according to the Vietnamese embassy in the African country.
The collapse of the Ghenh Bridge that shut down the North-South railway left businesses struggling with a big surge in transport costs.
Hanoi has surpassed Ho Chi Minh City to become Vietnam’s capital of expenses, as new statistics found its costs of living are up to 22% higher than other cities'.
Vietnam's consumer price index (CPI) fell in November 2014 by 0.27% month-on-month largely because of decreasing transport costs, the General Statistics Office (GSO) revealed on November 24.
(VOV) - Logistical costs in Vietnam have been running triple that of the Republic of Korea (RoK) said Khuat Viet Hung, Vice Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee on November 13 at a seminar in Hanoi discussing measures to reduce them.
(VOV) - Strengthening economic-trade ties with Vietnam is one of Peru’s top priorities, Charge d’affaires Luis Tsuboyama has said.
(VOV) -The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Hanoi for July accelerated 0.18% over the previous month and 6.39% over the same period last year, according to the Municipal Statistics Office.