Despite disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic, higher feed costs and lower meat prices, livestock companies in Viet Nam still recorded positive results thanked to the 3F (feed-farm-food) model. Hence the livestock industry is expected to have a bright growth outlook in the mid- and long-term.
Online shopping through e-commerce platforms by consumers in Ha Noi rose 30-50 per cent in four social distancing periods, according to the city's Department of Industry and Trade.
Under the 'One Commune, One Product' (OCOP) programme, investment in technology is key to improving both product quality and the effectiveness of production.
Koh Kong blue mussels are now available at Makro Supermarket in western Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district, after a deal was struck with local communities in an effort to boost incomes and support the conservation of mangroves, according to a senior Ministry of Environment official.
Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (PAS) is extending the storage grace period from five to seven days from October 1 for export containers passing through the Kingdom’s sole deep-sea port, in a move met with generally positive response from local exporters.
The Ministry of Finance recently reported that although revenues from domestic, import and export activities have fallen short of estimated levels, budget revenue from crude oil in the first eight months recorded positive results. At VND25.7 trillion it equaled 111 percent of the estimate, and up 0.9 percent over the same period last year.
Vietnam was elected to the 2021-2023 term Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) during its latest session in Vienna.
The government will encourage and create favorable conditions for organizations and enterprises in all economic sectors to invest in seaports.
Established on September 20, 1990, the Petrovietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation (PV GAS) has become a key member of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (Petrovietnam). PV GAS develops the gas industry in accordance with Petrovietnam’s strategy, participating in all stages of the gas and gas product value chain, including collection, transportation, processing, storage, distribution and trading.
Vietnam stands 22nd among major suppliers to the UK and no doubt the country can climb up the rank.