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CCM cancels listing on HNX

Cần Thơ Mineral and Cement Joint Stock Company will cancel its listing on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange on June 29, the stock exchange has announced.— Photo thuonghieucongluan.com.vn HÀ NỘI — Cần Thơ Mineral and Cement Joint Stock Company will cancel its listing on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange on June 29, the stock exchange ... Read More »

Silk industry revives in ‘silk metropolis’

VietNamNet Bridge – After reaching its peak in 1990 and witnessing a setback in 1995, the Lam Dong mulberry and silk industry has been reviving, bringing great opportunities to local farmers and businesses to enrich themselves. The Lam Dong mulberry and silk industry has been reviving The households in Gia Hiep commune of Di Linh district have prospering in the ... Read More »

Input materials play pivotal role in food safety

Many company representatives in the food sector have said input materials play a key part in food safety and hygiene management, according to speakers at a conference held on June 19 on a pilot program supplying safe food in Danang City in the first half of 2018. Food safety and hygiene supervision should be conducted synchronously from supermarkets to traditional ... Read More »

Vietnam’s nascent industrial property market attractive to investors

The industrial property market in Vietnam, including industrial land, ready-built factories, warehouses and other logistics properties, is in the nascent stage of development, making the country an attractive destination for investors, reported US-based commercial real estate brokerage firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL). Nascent industrial property market makes Vietnam attractive to investors. Mentioning features of the industrial property market, the firm ... Read More »

Vietnam’s pepper industry bears ‘price shock’

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s pepper industry is sustaining a blow in the face of a surplus in the world market. Vietnam exported 215,000 tons of pepper in 2017 According to the General Department of Customs (GDC), in 2017 Vietnam exported 215,000 tons of pepper worth $1.2 billion, a 20 percent increase in quantity compared with the same period last year, ... Read More »

Russian products to become popular in Vietnam

More and more Russian agricultural products are finding their way into the Vietnamese market, according to the Russian Export Centre in Vietnam. Sunflower oil, pine nuts, walnuts, cereals and other products from the country are on display and sold at Russian showrooms and through other distribution channels. Many well-known Russian brands such as Magnit, Bimuka, Paritet, Kuban Wine, Fanagoria Wine, ... Read More »

VN banks hope to lure foreign investors

Despite the current increasing foreign investment inflows, merged and acquired banks will consider selling stakes to foreign investors after completing the restructuring to up the attractiveness of sales, bank officials said. SCB will consider selling shares in 2019 after the restructuring is completed. – Photo SCB After the merger and acquisition (M&A) process, most banks such as Saigon Commercial Bank ... Read More »

“Land fever” in HCM City cools down

The Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association (HoREA) said that land price surge in suburban districts in late 2017 to May, 2018 has cooled down. Cheap apartment will be in high demand (Photo: SGGP) Also according to HoREA’s report, in the first five months of the year, the “land fever” had seen in residential land lot segment while apartment ... Read More »

Vinalines’ restructuring plan approved

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a plan on the restructuring of the mother company of Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) in the form of selling State capital and issuing more stocks to increase its charter capital. Vinalines’ current charter capital is more than VND14.04 trillion. It owned 1.4 billion shares at the price of VND10,000 each. Of the ... Read More »

Vietnam steel exporters accused of tax evasion in U.S.

The Department of Trade Defense under the Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced that several U.S. steel makers have filed a case against Vietnamese exporters, claiming they have avoided paying antidumping and antisubsidy duties on corrosion-resistant carbon and cold-rolled steel. Steel is seen at a factory in Vietnam. U.S. steel makers have accused Vietnamese exporters of evading anti-dumping and ... Read More »