Vietnamese consumers will dedicate most of their spending for self and household in the upcoming Tet (Vietnam’s Lunar New Year) holiday, a TNS survey finds.
Gone is the time when big fish swallow smaller fish. It is now the time when faster fish will eat slower ones, according to Nielsen.
The Vietnamese leader of a campaign to stop demand for rhino horn says the recent South African court ruling to lift the ban on the domestic sale of rhino horn in the country would make Vietnamese consumers more convinced of the medical effects of the horn.
“If you begin tilling the land today and then sow seeds, you will be able to harvest vegetables and carry to the market in 40 days. But it took us three years to satisfy the international standard for organic vegetables,” said Pham Phuong Thao, director of Mua Trade & Service Company, which owns the Organica shop chain.
Vietnamese consumers who have found that they can now afford a car have begun to save money for their dream, according to recent figures on car sales and imports.
Television, magazine and newspaper ads continue to be among the most trusted forms of paid advertising in Vietnam, according to a recent report issued by market research firm Nielsen.
The Australian Wool Growers Association (AWGA) expressed its desire to boost cooperation with Vietnam to introduce its wool products to Vietnamese consumers.
There are considerable opportunities in Southeast Asia for baby care manufacturers thanks to the region’s young and growing population, according to the Nielsen Global Baby Care Report.
Vietnamese consumers are making their way from traditional markets into air-conditioned, brightly-lit convenience stores.
Vietnamese consumers spent well over half a billion US dollars on smartphones in the first quarter of this year, data from a market tracker shows.
Vietnamese consumers must become more aware of the health dangers of illicit tobacco products, including smuggled cigarettes, experts urged at a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City on May 2.
(VOV) -Techno giants from around the globe are participating in the 2014 Audio Visual Equipment Show (AV Show) taking place from Sep 6-8 at the Sheraton Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.
According to a Nielsen survey, 46 percent of Vietnamese respondents believed that their job prospects are good or excellent, a slight drop of 7 percent compared to the first quarter of 2012 and 11 percent against 2011.
A large number of visitors attended the opening of a Thai product exhibition in Hanoi on April 19.