HCM City improves management of farm produce safety Videos

HCM City improves management of farm produce safety

A new Ho Chi Minh City regulation would make it mandatory for all agricultural products and foodstuffs to have traceability and geographical indications, and require packaging and branding under VietGAP standards to ensure food hygiene and safety.
MoIT aims to diversify local retail market Business

MoIT aims to diversify local retail market

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) plans to consolidate traditional markets in rural areas while developing a large number of convenience stores and diversifying types and methods of modern business.
550 OCOP products introduced in capital city Business

550 OCOP products introduced in capital city

A fair introducing products meeting standards of the “One Commune – One Product” (OCOP) programme kicked off in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district on July 24, displaying 550 OCOP products and more than 2,000 other goods and specialties of 27 provincies and cities nationwide across 150 stalls.
HCM City’s trading centres assess COVID-19 risks Society

HCM City’s trading centres assess COVID-19 risks

Supermarkets, shopping centres and traditional and wholesale markets in Ho Chi Minh City have assessed their COVID-19 infection risks through a set of evaluation indicators and have set safety measures to meet the city’s requirements.
MoIT seeks ways to boost coffee exports Business

MoIT seeks ways to boost coffee exports

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has said that improving product quality and brand development are key for coffee export growth as coffee exports dropped in both volume and turnover in the first nine months of this year.