A 50% reduction in the registration fee for domestically-produced cars is seen as discriminatory treatment against imported ones.
As one of the most popular dairy brands in the domestic market, TH Group has been recognised as one of the chosen brands within the national Vietnam Value Programme, seeking to promote locally-sourced and high-quality goods.
The government’s cutting of first-time car registration fees by half appears to have lifted the auto industry out of a slump caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has initiated an anti-dumping investigation into polyester textured yarn (PTY) imported from Vietnam and three other countries, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
With high-quality rice seed indispensable for enhancing the quality of each variety, Jica’s Rice Seed Production and Promotion Project (RSPP) strives to improve such standards in Cambodia.
Vietnam had imported over 86,000 completely built-up (CBU) automobiles worth almost $1.9 billion as of November 15, according to Vietnam Customs.
When the US dollar recedes in the boom-and-bust cycle along with a global economic revival, the rubber market is slated to feel tight supply and increasing prices. Moreover, dealmaking activities in the landscape will be buoyant down the road due to the harsh competition between foreign and local players.
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Saturday asked G20 economies to reach a Covid-19 vaccine production agreement to help with large-scale vaccine production and distribution.
The Ministry of Finance wants the environment tax rate on jet fuel kept at VND2,100 (9 cents) per liter through 2021 to support the aviation industry.
The global demand for rubber and tyre products has been consistently increasing throughout the last decade, with Vietnam being one of the top suppliers of these items. However, trade remedies imposed by export markets present rocks in the way of domestic manufacturers, who are now looking for solutions to avoid such measures.