Farmers benefiting from PPP solutions

Farmers benefiting from PPP solutions

Multinational corporations are joining forces to implement a variety of public-private partnerships to drive development of sustainable agriculture in Vietnam.
Bayer strives to ensure prosperous crop for farmers to battle adverse situations

Bayer strives to ensure prosperous crop for farmers to battle adverse situations

As part of the continued distribution of Better Life Farming Care Packages and prior to the upcoming planting season in the southeast region, Bayer Vietnam ..
Fresh Cargill study shows growing consumer support for farmers

Fresh Cargill study shows growing consumer support for farmers

A recent study by Cargill found a majority of consumers stand ready to rally around farmers in support of their efforts to put food on tables around the globe.
German farmers stage tractor protest over climate measures

German farmers stage tractor protest over climate measures

Thousands of farmers drove their tractors into German cities on Tuesday (Oct 22), in protest at the government's new agricultural policies which they say will hurt their livelihoods and make them scapegoats for climate change.
Local firms and farmers must meet tracebility requirements in foreign markets

Local firms and farmers must meet tracebility requirements in foreign markets

Local enterprises and farmers needed more information about the origin of export products because importers and retailers overseas had higher demands for traceability of agricultural products, according to experts.
Cane farmers call for help after sealing off Bisuco

Cane farmers call for help after sealing off Bisuco

As Bisuco is going to be sealed off to overcome environmental issues, Binh Dinh’s cane farmers fear that they will not be able to find buyers even at reduced prices.
20,000 farmers to enjoy $163-million sustainability financing

20,000 farmers to enjoy $163-million sustainability financing

ADB’s first non-sovereign assistance directly co-financed by JICA will lend $75 million to farmers to promote inclusive and sustainable agriculture.
Vegetable prices plunge in northern and central regions

Vegetable prices plunge in northern and central regions

After waking up at 5 a.m, Nguyen Thi Oanh, a farmer in Hanoi’s Ba Vi district, headed to the field to cut cabbages and carried them to the local market for sale.  
Metro ‘s economic development goal

Metro ‘s economic development goal

Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam managing director Philippe Bacac describes how the firm has spent a decade serving professional customers with the finest produce via developing quality supply chains and helping local producers and suppliers reach world-class quality standards.
Imports undercut sugar mills

Imports undercut sugar mills

Sugar producers in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces are losing huge profits to illegal imports of Thai sugar, which is being sold at VND500,000 ($24) a tonne lower than domestically produced sugar.
Plan promotes “sustainable dairy”

Plan promotes “sustainable dairy”

With Vietnam’s dairy industry only able to satisfy 25 per cent of domestic demand for milk products, local authorities are working with the Netherlands-backed FrieslandCampina Vietnam to develop a “sustainable dairy farming area” as urbanisation threatens the industry.
A fruity end to agricultural produce manipulators

A fruity end to agricultural produce manipulators

Foreign traders manipulating the agricultural produce market are under the microscope.
Bianfishco pledges to pay farmers’ debts in August

Bianfishco pledges to pay farmers’ debts in August

Binh An Seafood Co (Bianfishco) will hand over its fish processing plant to the farmers to whom it owes hundreds billions of dong if it misses the payment deadline on August 29, promised its acting general director.
High-tech farming in Dalat

High-tech farming in Dalat 1

In recent years, many farmers in Dalat in Lam Dong Province have actively invested billions of dong to establish plant tissue culture laboratories and create high quality, disease-resistant breeds of plants for export.
Delta seafood firms, farmers in chain of debts

Delta seafood firms, farmers in chain of debts

The business cooperation between some seafood processing companies in the Mekong Delta provinces and catfish farmers have turned into a chain of debts, with the processors unable to pay farmers, who in turn also fail to repay the feed suppliers, and so on.
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