Indian cars flood VN market Business

Indian cars flood VN market

Vietnam imported nearly 4,800 Indian cars in the first quarter of this year, increasing more than threefold compared with the same period last year, according to the Vietnam Customs.
Diesels must meet Euro 4 standard Society

Diesels must meet Euro 4 standard

New diesel vehicles are required to follow Euro 4 emission standards before December 31 this year, according to the Ministry of Transport (MoT).
Vietnam supports domestic automakers Business

Vietnam supports domestic automakers

A multi-sector working team will be set up to evaluate the domestic automobile market in correlation with global regulations and Vietnam’s free trade agreements.
Government mulls safeguards to protect domestic carmakers Business

Government mulls safeguards to protect domestic carmakers

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and relevant agencies to study the possibility of applying safeguards to protect the domestic automobile manufacturing industry from looming zero-tariff car imports.
Domestic automakers brace for imports Business

Domestic automakers brace for imports

The domestic auto industry will need several supporting measures including technical barriers to “create differences” between locally-made and imported cars, officials and industry insiders agree.
Domestic auto: opportunities and challenges Business

Domestic auto: opportunities and challenges

Despite Government efforts, domestic auto production has not yet satisfied demand. Pham Anh Tuan, Deputy Director of the Department of Heavy Industry, talks about domestic automaking prospects.
Vietnam makes pacts with Russia, Belarus Business

Vietnam makes pacts with Russia, Belarus

Vietnam has completed negotiations on bilateral agreements on automobile manufacturing and assembling with Russia and Belarus, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
TPP to remove car tariffs in 13 years Business

TPP to remove car tariffs in 13 years

Countries of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), including Vietnam, will remove tariff on new cars in the 13th year after the agreement comes into effect, a finance ministry official said.