09:28 | 13/01/2020 Local Industry
(VEN) - Thang Loi Commune in Hanoi’s Thuong Tin District, about 20 kilometers south of central Hanoi, is well-known for its centuries-old traditional hand-embroidered crafts. The colorful and vivid artwork produced in the commune showcases Vietnamese wildlife, scenery and tradition. Embroidery producers in the commune are seeking to conquer domestic and foreign markets and develop the industry on a sustainable basis.
09:18 | 01/01/2020 Local Industry
(VEN) - Dai Bai Village in Bac Ninh Province is well known as the cradle of Vietnam’s ancient bronze casting tradition. Previously, local production establishments only made household articles such as pans, basins, food trays, and pots, but now skilled craftsmen are also making objects for worship such as incense burners, urns, bronze statues, flower pots, and more. According to artisan Nguyen Tan Dich, “It takes many phases to produce a complete product, which requires years of practice and innate skills and attention to detail.”
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.
Craft villages found to be major polluters
10:08 | 18/10/2019 Local Industry
(VEN) - Despite a comprehensive legal code designed to protect Vietnam’s environment, its enforcement in the Vietnamese craft sector has been lax, resulting in an increasingly polluted environment in handicraft villages.
Tra Vinh Province crafts solutions for artisan villages
13:45 | 14/09/2019 Local Industry
(VEN) - The Tra Vinh Department of Industry and Trade has been taking a series of measures to boost the development of local handicraft villages, including mobilizing capital resources to help production establishments acquire new equipment and technologies, form a large production network and promote local handicraft products.
HCM City: Key industries’ growth slows down
11:40 | 07/09/2019 Industry
Ho Chi Minh City posted a year-on-year rise of 7.1 percent in the index of industrial production (IIP) in the first eight months of this year, but key industries have shown signs of slowing growth.