10:39 | 28/03/2017 Local Industry
(VEN) - Five years after beginning to implement a government decree on industry promotion, Binh Dinh Province has accomplished dozens of related programs and projects, contributing significantly to the industrial growth in the rural province on the south-central coast of Vietnam.
10:17 | 27/03/2017 Industry
(VEN) - Vietnam is experiencing a period known as the “golden population structure”, a period that occurs only once in the demographic history of each nation. What it essentially means is that until about 2040, the country will have the biggest labor force ever, after which the number of workers will decline while the number of retired people will grow.
Cheap imports challenge Vietnam coal
14:36 | 25/03/2017 Energy
The domestic coal sector is going through a tough time owing to serious competition from cheap imported coal, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has said.
Vinh Phuc Province develops support industries
11:20 | 24/03/2017 Local Industry
(VEN) - Hosting a number of big-name companies like Honda, Toyota and Yamaha, Vinh Phuc Province has become a destination for global producers of automobiles and motorbikes. With that in mind, the province has put in place a full array of mechanisms and policies in order to boost support industries.
Oil exploitation exceeds Q1’s target
10:50 | 23/03/2017 Petroleum
The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PVN) produced about 6.45 million tonnes of crude oil in the first quarter of this year, exceeding its three-month plan by 5 percent.
Vietnam, RoK seek cooperation in renewable energy
15:29 | 19/03/2017 Energy
The Vietnam Energy Association (VEA) joined hands with the association of energy storage industry development (KEIDA) from the Republic of Korea (RoK) to organise an international conference on new technologies in power and renewable energy in Hanoi on March 14.
New labeling regulations save energy
14:08 | 16/03/2017 Energy
(VEN) - In the past, manufacturers, traders and export, import businesses often faced difficulties due to labeling regulations issued in 2012 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. A new directive, which took effect on February 10, is expected to make things far easier.