All to play for in e-commerce rise

All to play for in e-commerce rise

The past two years have seen the rapid growth of e-commerce in Vietnam. However, now that offline retailers are slowly taking back their market share, e-commerce players must decide how they fit into retail’s post-pandemic future.
Retailers to be fined if providing single-use plastic bags to consumers from 2026

Retailers to be fined if providing single-use plastic bags to consumers from 2026

Retailers that provide single-use plastic bags to customers will be fined from 2026, said an official of the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE) at a seminar summarising the PLASTIC ALLIANCE pilot project on April 20.
Manufacturers and retailers battling to stabilise product prices amid fuel hikes

Manufacturers and retailers battling to stabilise product prices amid fuel hikes

Businesses are scratching their heads over how to ensure freshly resumed production amid a series of obstructions, including hikes in prices of fuel, transportation, and input materials.
Retailers vexed with VAT implementation

Retailers vexed with VAT implementation

A newly-issued VAT reduction policy has received a positive response from both consumers and businesses, especially businesses in the retail sector – however, not all businesses have the resources available to immediately apply the new rate due to implementation obstacles.
Retailers shore up alliances in name of  tackling non-plastic waste ambitions

Retailers shore up alliances in name of tackling non-plastic waste ambitions

Local supermarkets and consumer goods producers are working to turn towards eco-friendly alternatives and say no to plastic products to realise greener shopping targets and also contribute to the protection of the environment.
Retailers brace for upcoming peak seasons

Retailers brace for upcoming peak seasons

Many retailers are preparing for the year-end peak season to fulfil customers’ increased shopping needs during the New Year and Lunar New Year holidays, with the expectation of regaining growth momentum after a long time of stagnation.
Local retailers fortify market share at home

Local retailers fortify market share at home

As Hanoians were able to go out on the streets to get breakfast, a coffee, and enjoy the chilly early autumn air last week, the city’s retail market showed signs of improvement after a period of low growth in which the total retail sales of consumer goods and services in the first nine months of the year fell by 7.1 per cent over the same period in 2020.
Shortages derailing top tech retailers

Shortages derailing top tech retailers

The prolonged shortage of electronic components across the globe is growing more pronounced as leading local technology retailers like Mobile World and FPT Shop have experienced depletion in supply.
Retailers enduring mixed bag of results

Retailers enduring mixed bag of results

While a number of brands are fading away in the Vietnamese retail landscape, others have stepped up their game to expand their market share.
Retailers adapting to new behaviours

Retailers adapting to new behaviours

With online retail thriving during the global pandemic, many retailers have increasingly adopted technologies to meet the new shopping trends.
Pandemic shock therapy turns retailers towards omnichannel 

Pandemic shock therapy turns retailers towards omnichannel 

The coronavirus pandemic has changed consumer shopping behaviour, prompting retailers to embrace online commerce to keep up with new trends.
Retailers implement creative quick fixes to drum up custom

Retailers implement creative quick fixes to drum up custom

After the initial rush to supermarkets following news of a new wave of coronavirus infections, retailers are now facing gloomy prospects as people are go out as little as possible and many have already stocked up on their essentials a few weeks ago.
Hanoi: Retailers plan to boost stockpiles by 300 percent amid COVID-19

Hanoi: Retailers plan to boost stockpiles by 300 percent amid COVID-19

Retailers in Hanoi said they have made plans to boost stockpiles by 300 percent if necessary to meet the demands of local people amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local retailers to remain on top

Local retailers to remain on top

Domestic retailers will continue to lead the market in the coming years, experts have said.
TV market turns sour with World Cup uncertainty

TV market turns sour with World Cup uncertainty

Domestic television retailers are on the edge as VTV or other televisions have yet to announce securing the 2018 World Cup’s TV rights, with only 10 days to go.
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