Inflationary pressure eases with steady decline in CPI growth
06:00 | 31/08/2020 Economy
(VEN) - Following relatively sharp increases in the first half of 2020, inflationary pressure appears to be easing with a decline in the consumer price index (CPI), prompting optimistic forecasts about curbing CPI growth below the targeted four percent.
Vietnam’s economy maintains positive outlook
06:02 | 30/08/2020 Economy
(VEN) - The Covid-19 outbreak in late July in the central coastal city of Da Nang and response measures could affect Vietnam’s economic recovery. However, its outlook remains bright and optimistic.
Garment-textile sector urged to shift focus to domestic market
06:08 | 29/08/2020 Industry
(VEN) - Severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, textile and garment exports in 2020 are likely to decrease 30-40 percent compared to last year. Manufacturers in this sector are being advised to shift some development to the domestic market and increase product diversification if they are to maintain growth and create jobs.
Vietnamese growers reap the fruit of their labors
06:05 | 28/08/2020 Trade
(VEN) - In the first half of 2020, while vegetable and fruit exports to China decreased sharply, those to other markets increased. Growers and traders are being advised to improve product processing and importers’ satisfaction in order to expand markets in the post-corona period.
Taking advantage of integration to rev up local auto industry
06:05 | 27/08/2020 Economy
(VEN) - Dr. Vo Tri Thanh, Director of the Institute for Brand and Competitiveness Strategy, spoke with Vietnam Economic News’ Nguyen Mai about the development orientation of the country’s automobile industry, urging deeper participation in the global supply chain and promotion of stable, long-term market growth.
Vinaseed's rice products conquer international markets
08:03 | 24/08/2020 Trade
(VEN) - By getting the official certification of food safety management systems (FSSC22000), rice products of Vinaseed - a member of The PAN Group have had a "golden card" to enter the European markets and integrate into the global supply chain. More importantly, they are Vinaseed own branded products, which have much higher value than normal rice exports.