Deputy PM, Minister clear up electricity-related questions
09:51 | 08/11/2019 Energy
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung stressed solutions to adjust the electricity planning scheme and deal with obstacles hindering investment mobilisation in the electricity sector at the National Assembly’s working session on November 7.
15,955 Industrialists unite at METALEX Vietnam 2019
10:32 | 06/11/2019 Industry
(VEN) - The 13th edition of METALEX Vietnam was conducted from October 10 - 12 in Ho Chi Minh City, with 15,955 phenomenal quality visitors, and the presence of leading pioneer brands provided encouraging impetus to the manufacturing industry.
EVN NPC, a half century of development
09:25 | 04/11/2019 Energy
(VEN) - In the 50 years since it was established, the Northern Power Corporation under Vietnam Electricity (EVN NPC) has made great contributions to socioeconomic development of the north, making it the cradle of Vietnam’s power industry.
Vietnam’s manufacturing industry to grow robustly
09:16 | 30/10/2019 Industry
(VEN) - Vietnam will potentially become the next manufacturing hub in Asia. Moreover, continuing into the US-China trade war, Vietnam’s manufacturing industry is likely to grow steeply. Han Chang Woo, general director of the SAMIL CTS VINA, discussed the issue with Vietnam Economic News’ Ngoc Han.
Over 100 rural industrial products honored
08:42 | 25/10/2019 Local Industry
(VEN) - Over 100 outstanding rural industrial products were honored at an event held in Hanoi on September 18, with organizers noting that the selected products were now more diversified and improved in quality than was previously the case.
Mending the holes in Vietnam’s textile, garment industry
09:03 | 23/10/2019 Industry
(VEN) - After more than two decades of development at an average annual growth rate of 15 percent, Vietnam’s textile and garment sector has become a key economic sector. In 2017, its revenue and export value reached US$37 billion and US$31.2 billion, respectively. The sector has generated jobs for nearly three million workers.