The Vietnamese beer sector is witnessing a recovery and could even grow by 20 per cent next year compared to 2020’s low base – although beer consumption is unlikely to reach figures recorded before the pandemic anytime soon.
Vietnam’s crude oil imports in the first 11 months of this year rose 52.3% from a year earlier to 10.82 million tonnes, government data released on Sunday showed.
Hundreds of people queued up in front of Apple stores in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday to become the earliest owners of the iPhone 12.
Retail petrol prices rose on Thursday following the latest review by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
Vietnam’s domestic coffee prices edged slightly lower on Thursday from a week earlier, as supplies were building up from an on ongoing harvest in the country.
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.