Nigerian and Angolan grades are seen as cheaper than Southeast Asian oil.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to impose self-defence measures on imported DAP and MAP fertilisers after a comprehensive review of their impact on the Vietnamese market in line with the law.
The government will give the final decision on anti-dumping and countervailing duties on sugar from Thailand.
Automaker VinFast has signed a memorandum of understanding on strategic cooperation with Taiwan’s ProLogium Technology Co.. Ltd. on production of batteries for electric cars in Vietnam.
With the Covid-19 impacts still looming on local economy, domestic car prices have gone down but remained nearly double the prices of vehicles sold in Thailand and Indonesia, mainly due to high fees and taxes for locally made cars.
Vietnamese people are overpaying to own a same amount of gold as their international peers, said an expert.
Vietnam's coffee exports in the first two months of the year likely fell 18.5% from a year earlier to 271,000 tonnes, while rice exports likely declined 31.4% for the period, government data on Sunday showed.
Work from home and study from home amid the new COVID-19 wave have caused demand for laptops to skyrocket.
Vietnam’s shrimp exports will be the main growth engine of the seafood sector this year.
Viet Nam's bird-nest exports are expected to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars when the world's largest market, China, opens up this year.