Rubber industry enjoys good start in 2019 Business

Rubber industry enjoys good start in 2019

Vietnam earned 220 million USD from shipping 175,000 tonnes of rubber abroad in January, up 10.8 percent in value and 28.9 percent in volume compared to the same month last year.
Rubber industry faces falling export price Business

Rubber industry faces falling export price

The average export price of Vietnamese rubber fell in tandem with the global price, affected by the escalating US-China trade war, according to the Agro Processing and Market Development Authority (AgroTrade) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Thailand begins to cut rubber export ASEAN

Thailand begins to cut rubber export

Thailand will begin reduce the export of natural rubber as from January 2018 to counter declining world rubber prices, according to the country’s agriculture ministry.
Rubber export revenue picks up 39 percent Business

Rubber export revenue picks up 39 percent

Vietnam earned more than 2 billion USD from exporting 1.2 million tonnes of rubber during January-November, up 39 percent in value and 8.4 percent in volume, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Shortage of local raw rubber materials Business

Shortage of local raw rubber materials

Although Vietnam is the world’s third largest exporter of natural rubber, businesses still have to import rubber raw material to meet the demand for production and processing.
Stocks rise further on banks Business

Stocks rise further on banks

Vietnamese stock indices ended on a positive note on June 14, led by banks, insurance companies and agriculture firms on positive market information.
Mid-cap stocks lift VN Index Business

Mid-cap stocks lift VN Index

The VN Index on the HCM Stock Exchange struggled to rise for a third day as investors tried offloading their stakes in large-cap stocks and shifted focus to penny and mid-cap shares.
Vietnam shares climb for second day Business

Vietnam shares climb for second day

Shares rose slightly for a second day on the two national exchanges on November 16, driven by energy and rubber stocks which have benefited from sharp price rises in the global markets.