THAIFEX - World of Food Asia 2019 kicks off in Bangkok World

THAIFEX - World of Food Asia 2019 kicks off in Bangkok

Thailand's public and private sectors, in cooperation with the Department of International Trade Promotion, the Thai Chamber of Commerce and Koelnmesse Company Limited of Germany, are organizing the annual THAIFEX - World of Food Asia, which opened on May 28.
Processed food leaves a good taste Business

Processed food leaves a good taste

With its annual stable growth rate of about 10 percent, the country’s young population with increasing income and a trend to consume ready-to-eat food, especially organic, the food processing industry offers many opportunities for investors.
HCM City’s industrial production sustains upward trend Business

HCM City’s industrial production sustains upward trend

The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) of Ho Chi Minh City sustained its growth during the last eight months, gaining 0.24 percentage points month on month and predicted to rise 8.1 percent this year – higher than the 7.9 percent in 2017.
Vietnam Food Ingredients opens in HCM City Business

Vietnam Food Ingredients opens in HCM City

More than 170 food and beverage producers and distributors from more than 20 countries and territories worldwide are displaying their products at the 2018 Food Ingredients Vietnam (Fi Vietnam 2018) that opened in Ho Chi Minh City on May 16.
Mini-marts disrupt food industry Business

Mini-marts disrupt food industry

Convenience stores were the most successful food and drink service channels in the past year, according to results of a survey released at a seminar held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 30.
Many cheated buyers don’t complain Business

Many cheated buyers don’t complain

Up to 44 per cent of consumers whose rights were violated when purchasing goods do not report the problem, the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Vietnam Competition Authority reported on August 12.
Investors optimistic for 2016 Business

Investors optimistic for 2016

Vietnamese investors are expecting more transactions from State-owned enterprises’ (SOE) equitisation rather than by private/family firm owners, Grant Thornton Vietnam’s latest survey said.