The People’s Committee of the central province of Quang Tri held a ceremony on Tuesday to announce the Prime Minister’s approval of the construction of My Thuy Port to the project’s investors.
Toray Industries, Inc, a large Japanese textile and garment group, hopes to invest in a fiber plant in northern Nam Dinh Province.
A campaign urging local people to buy “Made-in-Viet Nam” products has helped develop businesses across the country.
The changing macroeconomic and sectoral context in Vietnam requires a new approach to financing electricity and gas investment, according to a new World Bank (WB) Group report, titled, “Maximizing Finance for Development in Vietnam’s energy sector.”
The country’s railway giant Vietnam Railways (VNR) targets an 8 per cent growth in transport volume and a 7 per cent rise in revenue in 2019, after better performance last year.
The city on January 15 saw 11 gas stations operated by Petrolimex Saigon rolling out self-service, which allows motorists and drivers to refill their own vehicles and make card payments, the local media reported.
With the Lunar New Year approaching, demand for dried foods and confectionary is surging in HCM City’s traditional markets.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has announced a list of 13 key agricultural products of Viet Nam.
Vietnam’s agro-product exports have slowed down after five months of the Sino-U.S. trade war. What are the true reasons?
Food and typical products from Quang Ninh Province are on display at the “OCOP Quang Ninh Fair – Spring 2019” at Big C Thang Long in Ha Noi. This fair aims to introduce and stimulate consumer interest in products from the province in the framework of the national One Commune One Product (OCOP) programme.