Consumer prices are expected to remain relatively stable, even amid buoyant spending over the second Covid-era Pchum Ben period which kicks off this week, according to traders based in the capital.
Pricing and shipping issues have made it tough going for most HCMC eateries who find business sluggish a week after they were allowed to reopen for takeaways.
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Vietnam’s Covid-19 lockdown has constrained the global supply of coffee — and coffee prices could remain “relatively high” through 2022, said Fitch Solutions.
Farmers in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam’s agricultural production hub, are hurting as produce prices plunge by almost 80 percent in the wake of pandemic provoked distribution challenges.
The office market in Ha Noi is experiencing many changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of rental prices, occupational profile and new demands for office spaces, according to Savills Vietnam.
Apartment prices rose by 9 percent year-on-year in August in HCMC and by 8 percent in Hanoi despite falling demand, according to a popular real estate listing website.
As they consider reopening after pandemic related suspensions, HCMC food and beverage companies face several challenges including higher raw material prices and lower demand.
The city and retailers are committed to supplying essentials with stable prices in all the situations.