Commodities

Four key petroleum traders and 20 distributors checked for signs of violation

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has directed the Việt Nam Directorate of Market Surveillance to inspect four key traders and 20 petroleum...

Ministry proposal to slap new tax on tobacco comes under fire

The Ministry of Finance has proposed a bill to levy a new fixed tax on cigarettes in addition to the current excise tax of 75 per cent as the...

Durian exports expected to top $3 billion this year

Durian exports may surpass US$3 billion in 2024, according to Đặng Phúc Nguyên, General Secretary of the Việt Nam Vegetable and Fruit Association...

Vietnam seizes gains from soaring coffee prices

Vietnamese coffee prices are nearing historic highs on the back of a surge in global coffee prices, creating opportunities for farmers and export...

Fuel businesses and consumer rights must go hand-in-hand

Fuel prices remained a thorny issue for regulators, mainly on how to calculate retail prices with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) saying...

Pepper finds its way back into the group of billion-dollar export items

The positive export turnover in the first half of this year has created momentum for Vietnamese pepper to return to the group of billion-dollar...

PM asks for all efforts to ensure sufficient supply of electricity, petroleum products

Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has asked for all efforts by relevant agencies and authorities to ensure sufficient supply of electricity and...

Non-fired brick manufacturers struggling with market penetration

Despite being touted as a green and environmentally friendly construction material, non-fired brick manufacturers are facing significant challenges...

Cambodia is Việt Nam's largest source of cashew nuts

Cambodian cashew nuts account for 55.5 per cent of Việt Nam's total import turnover in the first half of this year.

​Germany surpasses Italy as largest importer of Vietnamese coffee

Germany has overtaken Italy to become the biggest buyer of Vietnam's coffee in both volume and value by spending over US$380 million on more than...





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