Indian garment firms seek opportunities in HCM City Business

Indian garment firms seek opportunities in HCM City

A delegation of business executives representing 30 Indian companies led by the chairman of the Indian Silk Export Promotion Council met their Vietnamese counterparts at the Buyer-Seller meet held in Ho Chi Minh City on May 21.
Fast fashion challenges Vietnamese firms Business

Fast fashion challenges Vietnamese firms

Vietnamese apparel manufacturers need to embrace new technologies to meet the growing global fast fashion trends, according to the Vietnam Textile and Garment Association (VITAS).
Garment exports enjoy strong growth Business

Garment exports enjoy strong growth

Vietnam earned 6.75 billion USD from garment and textile exports in the first quarter of 2017, up 12.4 percent against last year, according to the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS).
Textile industry urged to develop supply chain Business

Textile industry urged to develop supply chain

Vietnamese textile and garment companies should focus more on developing their supply chain to enable them to capitalise on opportunities arising from free trade agreements, a panel discussion heard in HCM City this week.
Apparel exports reach 12.6 bln USD in 6 months Business

Apparel exports reach 12.6 bln USD in 6 months

Vietnam’s garment and textile exports in the first half of this year reached 12.6 billion USD, a year on year increase of 4.72 percent and accounted for 41 percent of the sector’s target for 2016.
Stocks down on BIDV share sale Business

Stocks down on BIDV share sale

Vietnamese shares fell on both local exchanges on November 26 as the banking sector dropped after the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) issued extra shares for trading.
Vietnamese firms on tough path to conquer US market Business

Vietnamese firms on tough path to conquer US market

The US has been a target market for many Vietnamese businesses. Yet the 300 million-strong market is also a demanding market in terms of quality standards, requiring firms to exert efforts to penetrate, reported the Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times).