Vietnam topped the world in terms of having the most avid savers with 72%, followed by Hong Kong (68%) and Singapore (65%), according to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey released this week.
A recent study by Nielsen showed that up to 76% of Vietnamese consumers prefer locally made products.
Garments and household appliances are out of the top purchase list of Vietnamese consumers in the rest of the year.
Vietnamese consumers are some of the most optimistic in Asia during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to American management consulting firm McKinsey’s recent consumer survey.
A new study commissioned by Visa has found that a strong majority of cardholders in Vietnam are interested in using biometric authentication such as fingerprints or facial recognition to complete transactions, rather than PIN numbers or passwords—with many having already used these technologies to make payments.
Instead of mostly making products for export, many food companies are now focusing on the domestic market through locally made products that are competitive with imports.
Due to a lack of regulations on nutrition labels, Vietnamese consumers are often in the dark about the true nutritional value of what they're eating, according to experts.
VOV.VN - Investment promotion activities in the food processing industry are set to be the key theme for discussion during a conference, scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City on November 14.
International fast food chains fighting to increase their Vietnam market share are challenged by consumers leaning towards healthier options.
Vietnamese consumers are carrying less cash as they use credit and debit cards more frequently, a new study says.
VOV.VN -Despite high prices, more Vietnamese consumers are favouring imported fruits over domestic products.
Mercedes-Benz Vietnam is expected to issue a recall notice for 4,802 vehicles due to seatbelt faults in their rear seats.
Saigon leads Vietnam in real estate interest, drawing 300 million internet searches in the last 12 months.
Vietnamese consumers are becoming more concerned about the food they eat and have pressing needs for safe food, heard a forum in Ho Chi Minh City.
The “Vietnamese Goods Identification - Proud of Vietnamese Goods” programme 2018 will enter a new period of development, with focus on promoting connectivity between producers and distributors for product and market growth.
Vietnamese customers’ rapidly changing needs and expectations and lower spending on fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) are the biggest challenges to the sector, according to a new report released by consumer and retail research company Kantar Worldpanel.
While higher prices and low awareness have limited consumption in the domestic market, one firm is optimistic that this will change.
VOV.VN - Strange fruits being sold in Vietnam’s market such as snow white strawbery, finger lime, red delicious apple and many others are attracting domestic consumers.
Consumer confidence down slightly in Q3 2017 but Vietnam remains seventh most-optimistic country in the world.
After two decades of investing in Vietnam, Parkson system has continuously announced operation stop of some four trade centers in Vietnam.