Fertiliser exports set new record Business

Fertiliser exports set new record

Fertiliser exports have set a new record, as the nine-month revenue was already 300 million USD higher than last year’s figure, the Dau tu (Vietnam Investment Review) reported.
Petrovietnam’s fertiliser corporation sees impressive profit Business

Petrovietnam’s fertiliser corporation sees impressive profit

The Petrovietnam Fertiliser and Chemicals Corporation (PVFCCo) enjoyed a revenue of nearly 15 trillion VND (627.7 million USD) and a pre-tax profit of 5.3 trillion VND in the first nine months of this year, two-fold and three-fold increases respectively over those of the same period las year.
WFF Vietnam pilots waste sorting at source in Can Tho’s rural areas Environment

WFF Vietnam pilots waste sorting at source in Can Tho’s rural areas

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Vietnam on March 15 worked with departments and sectors of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on a plan to pilot a waste sorting at source model and organic fertiliser production in rural areas as part of the “Waste management in the Mekong Delta” project funded by Germany.
Fertiliser exports soar 682 percent in January  Business

Fertiliser exports soar 682 percent in January

The value of Vietnam’s fertiliser products shipped overseas skyrocketed by 682 percent in the first month of 2022 against the same period last year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Gia Lai to develop 100-ha hi-tech agricultural zone Business

Gia Lai to develop 100-ha hi-tech agricultural zone

A 100-ha hi-tech agricultural zone is to be built in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai that will engage in developing breeding pig supply and the production of organic cattle feed and fertiliser, a conference held by the province on June 24 heard.
Amendment to tax law on fertiliser in urgent need Business

Amendment to tax law on fertiliser in urgent need

Tax Law No 71/2014/QH13, which treats fertiliser as a VAT-free item, has become a double-edged sword as after five years of implementation it has not reduced domestic fertiliser prices but instead hindered production and investment in the sector.