Soya Garden fully shuts last store in Ho Chi Minh City

Soya Garden fully shuts last store in Ho Chi Minh City

Soya Garden, a soybean-based beverage chain has closed down its last store in Ho Chi Minh City during the latest resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
Soymilk products of Vinasoy make forays in China and Japan

Soymilk products of Vinasoy make forays in China and Japan

Fami soymilk products of Vinasoy have recorded remarkable achievements in international markets through growing visibility at diverse supermarkets across China and Japan.    
Wide-ranging support ahead for economy

Wide-ranging support ahead for economy

To spur on local production and achieve its desired economic growth goal, Vietnam is to enact new financial solutions aimed to assist the business community. However, will the schemes affect the state budget picture, which earned a surplus in the first quarter of this year?
New container terminals to be built in Hai Phong

New container terminals to be built in Hai Phong

A project building container terminals No 3 and 4 at the Hai Phong International Gateway Port in the Lach Huyen Port area was launched in the northern port city on May 12.
PetroVietnam books robust growth for four-month period

PetroVietnam books robust growth for four-month period

PetroVietnam has outperformed most business targets in the year to date due to drastic measures to boost production and management efficiency.
Meagre profits for some lead to longer-term hopes

Meagre profits for some lead to longer-term hopes

Vietnam witnessed a growth of import-export activities in the first four months of 2021, hitting a 10-year record high despite the pandemic, but profits have been eaten away by high logistics and raw material costs.
Expanding fast food outlets place strain on obesity worry

Expanding fast food outlets place strain on obesity worry

As international organisations are at pains to warn of an increasing obesity problem in Vietnam, the country’s fast food industry continues to swell despite mounting losses for some chains and difficulties in attempting to alter local eating norms.
Skyrocketing material prices place duress on contractors

Skyrocketing material prices place duress on contractors

Rising construction material prices are driving contractors into a corner while having mixed effects on steel producers and construction groups.
Open doors for pandemic-related pharma imports

Open doors for pandemic-related pharma imports

The Ministry of Health has opened the doors wider for more import of biology products and medical equipment for coronavirus diagnostic tests, helping both domestic and international suppliers bulk up their presence in the country.
Building an appropriate plan for the socioeconomic future

Building an appropriate plan for the socioeconomic future

With the backdrop of the pandemic, global trade tensions, natural calamities, and other hurdles, Vietnam has drawn up new directions for its 5-year socioeconomic development that now depends on the leadership and determination of the newly-elected governm
SCG: first-quarter operating results reflect strong recovery from global downturn

SCG: first-quarter operating results reflect strong recovery from global downturn

Leading Thai conglomerate SCG has just released its first-quarter business results with upbeat business results across the board.
Creating fair business via feasible assistance

Creating fair business via feasible assistance

With the gradual recovery in the confidence of the business community in the first four months of the year, a continued support for enterprises is needed to help them stay afloat and weather the storm caused by the pandemic.
From humble start to world’s best rice

From humble start to world’s best rice

The Vietnamese rice sector was shocked last month when companies from the US and Australia attempted to attain the trademark for ST25 rice.
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