Auto sales in 2019 picks up 12 percent Business

Auto sales in 2019 picks up 12 percent

Members of the Vietnam Auto Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reported a year-on-year sales surge of 12 percent in 2019, riding on hefty festive discounts and promotional programmes.
Automobile sales decrease in August Business

Automobile sales decrease in August

Sales of automobiles saw a month-on-month decline of 19 percent to about 21,480 vehicles in August, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturer Association (VAMA).
Sales of imported automobiles surge in Q1 Business

Sales of imported automobiles surge in Q1

Sales of imported automobiles recorded a year-on-year leap of 234 percent to about 32,000 vehicles in the first quarter of this year, announced the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturer Association (VAMA) on April 10.
Experts urge cigarette tax hike Business

Experts urge cigarette tax hike

Experts are seeking a much larger increase in the special consumption tax on tobacco products than that proposed by the Ministry of Finance.
Foreign investors come back to VN's real estate market Business

Foreign investors come back to VN's real estate market

After more than two years of market decline due to the impacts of the economic downturn, the real estate market in Vietnam is making positive changes and some segments of the market such as retail, luxury apartment and social housing have begun warming. This trend is gradually rebuilding the trust of the people and investors.
Business

Prime Minister Dung's New Year message

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has sent a New Year message emphasising the central tasks of 2012, which focuses on economic restructuring, growth model renovation, fast and sustainable development.
Business

Profuse stocks hoped to keep price hike in check

Though prices of goods are expected to increase as the lunar New Year (Tet) is approaching, the Hanoi Department for Industry and Trade has assured the rise will be moderate thanks to profuse goods stocks.