Experts talk ways to help businesses improve competitiveness Business

Experts talk ways to help businesses improve competitiveness

Companies should offer higher-quality products and authorities should provide better business networking opportunities to increase purchase of locally made goods and parts, experts said during a conference on competitiveness held on October 11 in HCM City.
Gov’t asked to reconsider infected wheat import ban Business

Gov’t asked to reconsider infected wheat import ban

The Government should reconsider its ban on the import of wheat infected with cirsium arvense, a kind of weed, participants told a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on October 8, warning it would have an adverse impact on businesses.
 HCM City to develop food industry Business

HCM City to develop food industry

The HCM City People’s Committee and the HCM City Food and Foodstuff Association (FFA) have signed a co-operation programme to boost the development of the city’s food and foodstuff industry.
Beverage sector needs to strategise Business

Beverage sector needs to strategise

Local beverage enterprises should have reasonable strategies on production and consumption to gain growth in the situation of high inventory at present, said experts.
Food, beverage markets thrive Business

Food, beverage markets thrive

The food and beverage sectors have enormous potential for development with a stable annual growth rate of 7-8 percent, according to the Vietnam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association (VBA).
Int’l food exhibition to open in HCM City Business

Int’l food exhibition to open in HCM City

The 19th International Exhibition on Food & Beverage and Processing & Packaging Technology (Vietfood & Beverage – ProPack Vietnam 2015) will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from September 9-12.
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Vietnamese businesses gear up for TPP

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, once signed, will offer both opportunities and challenges to Vietnam’s economic sectors, especially garments and textiles, footwear and farm produce.
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Retailers commit to hold line on prices

Many companies in HCM City have committed to keep prices of essential goods unchanged and to ensure adequate supply for Tet (lunar new year), the biggest consumption season in Vietnam.