Last-mile delivery services battle over market share

Last-mile delivery services battle over market share

Competition in Vietnam’s last-mile delivery sector has heated up further in 2020 with local players stepping up their game against overseas mainstays. 
Pharmacies battle for market share

Pharmacies battle for market share

Modern pharmacy chains are gaining traction in Vietnam as investors become eager to pour in more capital to tap into the market’s growth.
E-commerce: exorbitant losses for a single per cent

E-commerce: exorbitant losses for a single per cent

E-commerce platforms need to spend USD millions to gain a single per cent of market share from competitors, showing just how serious the competition is.
Mobile World gathers stream for future leapfrog

Mobile World gathers stream for future leapfrog

Vietnam’s leading retailer Mobile World Investment SJC aims for rapid strides into the future, capitalising on a fresh development approach.
Vinamilk targets increasing market share to 60 per cent

Vinamilk targets increasing market share to 60 per cent

Vietnam Dairy Products JSC (Vinamilk) expects that its dairy products will capture 60 per cent of the domestic market in the next five years.
Airlines yet to get lift off

Airlines yet to get lift off

Airline industry insiders are mulling market development perspectives for 2013 as they try navigating an economy that is cloudy at best.
Great thirst for bottled water market

Great thirst for bottled water market

The domination of Vietnam’s bottled water market by foreign brands such as La Vie and Aquafina is detailed in new marketing studies that also hint of more development potential.
VNPT shakeup faces legal obstacles

VNPT shakeup faces legal obstacles

State-owned telecom VNPT’s proposal to merge member units VinaPhone and MobiFone as part of a company reorganization may need to find a way around a roadblock under current Competition Law regulations.
Youth swallow up fast food

Youth swallow up fast food

Vietnamese youth’s taste for fast-food is creating many business opportunities for international food makers, writes VIR’s Phan Hien.
Foreign feed firms in stampede

Foreign feed firms in stampede

While Vietnamese animal feed production companies struggle to stay afloat amid financial and output woes, their foreign rivals have grabbed this opportunity to control the nation’s lucrative husbandry industry.
Chevrolet hits sale record in 2011

Chevrolet hits sale record in 2011

With its 100th birthday behind it, Chevrolet is on pace to set an all-time global sale record in 2011, having sold 4.8 million units through the end of November, a company official said.
Vietnam Airlines to hold 70 per cent stake in Jetstar

Vietnam Airlines to hold 70 per cent stake in Jetstar

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) has announced that from now Vietnam Airlines will hold 70 per cent of stake in Jetstar Pacific Airlines, owned by the State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC).
A reshuffled deck key to winning hand

A reshuffled deck key to winning hand

Vietnam’s banking sector has enjoyed a boom time in recent years, but low asset quality and a particularly high ratio of non-performing loans, has triggered great concern, writes Vietcombank Securities analyst Quach Thuy Linh.
Foreign players’ feed appetite

Foreign players’ feed appetite

The local animal feed market is being eaten into by foreign players.
Japan quake helps GM profits soar in Q2

Japan quake helps GM profits soar in Q2

Supply problems at earthquake-hit Japanese automakers helped General Motors nearly double profits in the second quarter, pushing up US sales and market share, company results showed Thursday.
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