Viet Nam's power giant EVN has explained the reasons behind its purchase of electricity from neighbouring countries rather than from renewable energy facilities at home.
A draft decree regarding the newly adjusted fees for registering domestic vehicles is expected to be submitted to the Government by June 15.
The northern province of Hoa Binh announced the second batch of 18 tonnes of fresh sugarcane bound for the US at a ceremony on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has extended the deadline for providing a decision following an investigation into how to apply anti-dumping measures to Malaysian, Thai, and Chinese prestressed steel cables.
The cement industry’s financial performance continues to slide, with Q2 losses piling up due to sluggish consumption and rising input costs.
Viet Nam's pepper exports are not challenged by Cambodia being issued a licence to export its pepper to China directly, according to experts.
The rapid expansion of foreign food and beverage (F&B) chains in Viet Nam was making the domestic market more robust despite the trend of tightening spending in a global downturn.
Vietnam experienced a notable increase in automotive imports between January and April compared to the same period last year, in spite of a subsequent drop in April, according to data from the General Department of Vietnam Customs.