VOV.VN -Hanoi drivers face the worst congestion in the nation and spend countless hours per year stuck in traffic delays— but the commute to work on the morning of September 20 was even worse than usual.
If new suggestions by state management agencies receive approval, the automobile market is expected to benefit bigger dealers.
Stiffer penalties for more than 100 traffic violations take effect this month, generating much public attention.
Vietnamese are buying cars and motorbikes like there's no tomorrow.
HCM City plans to limit vehicles on several downtown streets on weekend evenings in the future, according to the Department of Transport.
VOV.VN -The central coastal province of Khanh Hoa shipped abroad over US$607 million worth of goods and imported US$326 million in the first half of this year, resulting in a trade surplus of more than US$280 million.
Some 8,000 complete built-up units worth US$182 million were imported to Vietnam in April, declining 20 percent compared with the same period last year.
Hanoi is promoting the efficient use of energy and resources by tightening the management of energy-consuming equipment and vehicles.
Manufacture, assembly and sales of automobile products of Toyota Vietnam and Honda Vietnam in the northern province of Vinh Phuc have had a sharp gain in recent years thanks to new strategies from the manufacturers.
Malaysian Sime Darby Bhd, seller of 30 different brands of vehicles across Asia, recently established a unit in Vietnam to retail cars and spares.
(VOV) -Saigon AutoFest organizers are planning to give people what they want— lots of noise with plenty of entertainment at a family event with a great deal of stuff for adults and kids to do.
A torrential rain began on late September 15 afternoon in Ho Chi Minh City and lasted well into the night, submerging many areas beneath up to over one meter of water, blocking traffic and causing numerous vehicles to break down.
Many foreign photographers have come to Vietnam to take photos of these vehicles, which have been published in international newspapers. Some photographers have also launched photo books about the subject.
More than 56,000 completely built units (CBUs) of automobiles were imported during the first half of this year, an increase of 30,000 units over the same period last year.
Vietnam will start checking the exhaust emissions of motorbikes in the central city of Danang in 2018 and in other major cities two years later, according to a draft regulation submitted by the Vietnam Register (VR) to the Ministry of Transport.
Vietnam's vehicle manufacturers sold a combined 16,399 units in March, up 62% from the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA).
The Truong Hai Automobile Company (Thaco) plans to export locally manufactured vehicles to Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos as part of its strategy this year.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on November 4 promulgated a decree which stipulates the management of foreign-registered vehicles brought into Vietnam for travel purposes.
(VOV) -Businesses are advised to penetrate deep into the Brazilian market when this largest South American economy slashes taxes on numerous imports late this year.
A ceremony was held in Khe Sanh town, Huong Hoa district in the central province of Quang Tri on July 7 to mark the 45th anniversary of the Khe Sanh victory.