The majority of imported cars in Vietnam in the final month of the year came from Thailand (7,696 cars), and Indonesia (2,353) and China (1,158).
Vietnam’s e-commerce revenue reached $11.8 billion in 2020, up 18 per cent against last year and accounting for 5.5 per cent of total retail sales.
In a statement, Thaiholdings Joint Stock Company (THD) said that the company successfully finished the sale of 296.1 million shares for its existing shareholders. After the sale, Thaiholdings's capital rose to VND3.5 trillion from VND539 billion.
Vietnamese automaker VinFast introduced Friday three new electric self-driving car models that will hit the market this year.
Hanoi’s retail sales of goods and services in 2020 valued at VND584.7 trillion (US$25.2 billion), up 2.7% on-year.
Real estate sales will be another key driver of credit growth, as apartment supply and sales are likely to pick up in 2021.
KIDO Corporation has reported a 59.6 percent surge in net profit last year to VND330 billion ($14 million), and attributed it to booming edible oil sales.
Car sales in Vietnam in 2020 dropped 8% year-on-year to 296,634 units across all segments.
Car sales in Viet Nam in 2020 dropped 8 per cent year-on-year to 283,983 units across all segments despite a strong increase seen in the fourth quarter, the latest data released by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) showed.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has announced that most Vietnamese exporters were not dumping car tyres in the United States as detailed in the preliminary investigation from the US Department of Commerce (DOC).