06:08 | 17/09/2020 Industry
(VEN) - The EU currently is the second largest export market for Vietnamese coffee, after the United States, accounting for more than 42 percent of total export volume. Economists predict the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will help increase Vietnamese coffee’s share in the EU market.
06:09 | 14/09/2020 Industry
National electricity demand is expected to increase by 8.5 per cent a year until 2025 and 7 per cent until 2030, making Việt Nam an attractive market for foreign energy investors.
The greening of Bat Trang Pottery Village
06:00 | 08/09/2020 Industry
(VEN) - By investing in gas-fired and electric ovens, the villagers of Bat Trang Pottery Village in Hanoi’s Gia Lam District have revolutionized production and made their environment greener and cleaner.
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.
Textile, garment sector: Flexibility for adaptability
06:00 | 21/08/2020 Industry
(VEN) - The export value of textiles and garments is forecast to continue plunging in the third quarter of this year without any sign of recovery. Therefore, businesses need to be flexible to adapt themselves to the situation.
Khanh Hoa Province seeks more government funds for rural production
13:00 | 18/08/2020 Industry
(VEN) - Khanh Hoa Province is seeking greater support from the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance for investment in technology demonstration models, advanced machine application in production, and infrastructure investment in industrial clusters in order to modernize rural industrial enterprises.
Positive signs in attracting power industry investment
13:00 | 13/08/2020 Industry
(VEN) - Director of the Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) Hoang Tien Dung told Vietnam Economic News’ Lan Anh & Ba Cuong that the willingness of domestic and foreign private investors to develop power projects without government guarantees is a plus in attracting power industry investment.