Domestic retailers strive to gain competitive edge Business

Domestic retailers strive to gain competitive edge

Domestic retailers must work to outline rational business strategies to gain a competitive edge over their foreign rivals, especially as the local retail market has become more attractive than ever to foreign investors.
Domestic retailers turn eyes on rural market Business

Domestic retailers turn eyes on rural market

Facing increasing competition from the arrival of many world leading retailers, domestic retailing companies are turning their eyes to the rural market to capitalise on the advantage of home ground.
Convenience stores enjoy boom in Vietnam Business

Convenience stores enjoy boom in Vietnam

Convenience stores and minimarts have become increasingly popular in the country, with more than one third of households shopping there regularly, according to some analysts’ estimates.
Investors optimistic for 2016 Business

Investors optimistic for 2016

Vietnamese investors are expecting more transactions from State-owned enterprises’ (SOE) equitisation rather than by private/family firm owners, Grant Thornton Vietnam’s latest survey said.

Regional economic community promises retail rivalry

Thailand’s leading retailers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans into Vietnam as the deadline for the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) nears, according to the Vietnam Investment Review (VIR).

Telecoms market eyes untapped potential

The Vietnamese telecommunication market is considered to be one of the most competitive in the region, speakers said on November 22 at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.


Retailers worry as Vietnam opens market in 2015

Vietnamese retailers have expressed concerns about the increasingly competitive retail market, as the country plans to open up to an influx of foreign retailers required by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) obligations, which will come into effect from January 11, 2015. Report by Dan Tri online newspaper.