Oil country tubular goods (OCTGs) are essentially tubes that are used in oil and gas production.
Beer companies have been facing a turbulent time since early 2020, and now under the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the revenues are dropping even more drastically than last year.
VISSAN Joint Stock Company will continue to supply fresh food to the HCM City market though some its workers were found infected with COVID-19 coronavirus.
Vietnam’s coffee exports in the first seven months of the year are expected to register a drop of 9.3% from a year earlier to 953,000 tonnes, and rice exports will likely show a drop of 10.6%, government data released on Thursday showed.
HCMC has enough pork supply to make up for the shutdown of major producer Vissan’s plant after some workers were found to have Covid-19, officials have assured.
Global coffee consumers seeking more supplies to fill the void left by the devastating frost in Brazil won’t get much relief from Vietnam.
The General Directorate of Agriculture has called on exporters and importers of red corn to comply with Thailand’s new requirements concerning cross-border commercial activities.
Nearly 25 Vietnamese companies exporting basa fish have withdrawn from the EU market since the beginning of the year.
Although local iron and steel prices have dropped, they are still at high rates, up 1.7 times compared to the end of 2020, causing investors and construction contractors to suffer.
The price of red corn in Battambang province – one of the Kingdom’s largest producers – has increased significantly at the beginning of the harvest season, but formal exports are likely to fall slightly year-on-year, according to the top provincial commerce official.