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Foreign markets tighten control on origin traceability

Foreign markets tighten control on origin traceability

Farm produce traders and retailers in foreign markets tend to impose stringent requirements on origin traceability to fight fraud and bolster goods quality control, which hinders Vietnam’s exports of these products, reported Nguoi Lao Dong newspaper.

Businesses seek clear path into lucrative US market

Businesses seek clear path into lucrative US market

VOV.VN - The US is home to a consumer market with great potential for Vietnamese businesses, but to penetrate this fastidious market, Vietnamese businesses will need to improve their operations and offerings to meet the required standards.

Vietnamese food makers urged to up quality

Vietnamese food makers urged to up quality

Vietnamese food producers need to focus on improving product quality, invest in new technologies and build brands to meet consumer demand and increase export value, experts said at the Vietnam Food Forum held in HCM City on November 16.

Hosting APEC opens up new FDI opportunities

Hosting APEC opens up new FDI opportunities

Hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders’ Week, especially the APEC CEO Summit 2017 with the participation of a series of CEOs of the world’s leading group, is expected to open a new age in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) capital from APEC economies.

Walmart seeks stronger ties with local suppliers

Walmart seeks stronger ties with local suppliers

VOV.VN - Walmart has joined a business trade fair in Ho Chi Minh City seeking to strengthen its local supply chain with businesses in the manufacturing and agriculture segments of the economy.

Walmart supports women owned businesses

Walmart supports women owned businesses

(VOV) - Walmart supports women-owned businesses around the globe through its “Empowering Women Together” initiative, said Senior Director Jocelyn of Walmart Global Sourcing on January 15 at a seminar in Hanoi.

Walmart to buy Vietnamese goods

Walmart to buy Vietnamese goods

(VOV) - The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Ho Chi Minh City representatives will meet with nearly 100 businesses in Vietnam on January 15 to discuss measures to bring a wide range of Vietnamese goods and agricultural products to consumers in the US Walmart’s key retail markets in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Chile.

Walmart to meet local suppliers

Walmart to meet local suppliers

Executives of American retail giant Walmart are expected to meet around 50 domestic suppliers in the textile, footwear, furniture and food industries in HCMC next week to look for products for its stores.

Can Vietnam retailers compete with the big chains?

Can Vietnam retailers compete with the big chains?

(VOV) - Over recent years, the government has allowed increasing numbers of foreign transnational companies to invest in property, plant and equipment and operate businesses that compete head-on in the domestic retail market.

PM launches new vision for agribusiness

PM launches new vision for agribusiness

(VOV) - The Vietnam government is actively pursuing a strategy of diversifying markets for agricultural products through forging stronger trading links with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and other free trade deals.

Vietnamese tra fish enters Walmart in US

Vietnamese tra fish enters Walmart in US

(VOV) - Walmart stores will import and distribute different products of Vietnamese tra fish (pangasius-Vietnam) in its retail chains in the US.

Retail market moves towards modernisation

Many giant international retail groups such as Auchan, Robinson and Walmart are likely to set up more convenience stores, supermarkets and big commercial centres in Vietnam when the country completely opens its retail market next year, said the Vietnam Business Forum Magazine (VBF).

Retail sector to be modernised

Retail sector to be modernised

(VOV) - Modern retail will boom and be a driving force for the development of the country’s retail sector, experts said at a seminar in Hanoi on October 13.