Vietnam sets out plans to achieve industrialization targets
06:00 | 01/10/2020 Vietnam - Asean
(VEN) - By 2030, Vietnam will accomplish its industrialization and modernization, becoming one of the top three ASEAN countries in industry, with some of its industries globally competitive and deeply participating in the global value chain. This is the essence of a recently adopted government action plan on national industry development policies to 2030, with a vision to 2045.
Hanoi industrial production index up despite pandemic
13:00 | 27/09/2020 Industry
(VEN) - In order to achieve the city’s 2020 growth target of 4.5-5 percent, the Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue has asked the city People’s Committee to direct departments, branches and localities to ease the difficulties of doing business and review the production and business plans of each field.
Vinh Long Province seeks to boost rural industries
13:00 | 26/09/2020 Industry
(VEN) - Industry promotion activities have played an important role for production establishments and rural industrial enterprises, helping them invest in modern machines and production equipment, improve product packaging, find markets for their products, and increase the incomes of rural workers.
EVFTA creates robust coffee export prospects
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.
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.