Hanoi strives to enhance pride of Vietnamese goods Society

Hanoi strives to enhance pride of Vietnamese goods

Bat Trang ceramics, Chuyen My pearl inlay, Duong Lam confectionery, Dien pomelo, Canh orange and other famous handicrafts and agricultural products of Hanoi have participated in the evaluation and classification of One Commune One Product (OCOP) Programme.
Rural market offers good opportunities for retail Business

Rural market offers good opportunities for retail

Vietnam’s retail market will continue to grow strongly this year, with lots of opportunities to develop modern retail systems in rural areas, according to Phan Lan Chi, deputy director of supermarket chain Lan Chi Mart.
Traditional Vietnamese products introduced in Turkey Society

Traditional Vietnamese products introduced in Turkey

The Vietnamese Embassy in Turkey has introduced the country’s traditional products at the 27th Annual Charity Bazaar held by the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spouses’ Solidarity Association (DMEDD) in Ankara.
Three SOEs to hold March IPOs Business

Three SOEs to hold March IPOs

SOEs will make initial public offerings (IPOs) in March, floating 2.5 trillion VND (110 million USD) worth of stakes in the market in the second wave of SOEs IPOs in 2018.
Top Thai brands on show in Hanoi Business

Top Thai brands on show in Hanoi

The Top Thai Brands 2017 fair opened in Hanoi on August 17 as part of efforts by the Thai trade ministry and Thai Embassy in Hanoi to promote trade between Vietnam and Thailand.
 Hanoi moves to tackle widening trade deficit Business

Hanoi moves to tackle widening trade deficit

The capital city of Hanoi has carried out trade promotion plans targeting both traditional and new foreign markets in order to tackle its widening trade deficit, which exceeded the national average in the first five months of this year.
Hanoi businesses prep for Tet demand Business

Hanoi businesses prep for Tet demand

The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade has directed its enterprises to increase supply by 10 percent over the year to satisfy the demand created by the 2017 Lunar New Year holiday