Through supermarkets, malls, dairy and beer, Thai tycoons are pursuing deals in Vietnam that could break mergers and acquisitions records in the upwardly mobile market of 90 million people, at the expense of their Asian rivals.
Tag - goods
mercredi 20 avril 2016
jeudi 13 novembre 2014
Vietnam is scheduled to apply zero import duties on more than 1,700 tariff lines from the beginning of next year under an ASEAN trade pact, but this does not mean the market will be flooded with products originating from the ten-country bloc, a local trade official has said.
mercredi 15 octobre 2014
Pushing her way out of the Vietnam-Thailand trade fair recently organized in Hanoi with a fully loaded shopping cart, Nguyen Thu Trang, 35, of Hanoi’s Hoang Mai District, said her four-person family is fond of Thai-everything - from fruits to soaps to garments.
jeudi 28 août 2014
Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Vietnam fell marginally by 6 per cent in the first half of this year largely due to a slump in Vietnamese exports, according to data from the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia.
samedi 8 décembre 2012
Police in Ho Chi Minh City have sealed off a Milano - Gucci fashion shop located inside the 5-star Sheraton Saigon Hotel in downtown city and are tracking down its owner after they caught a luxury consignment of dubious items.
samedi 22 septembre 2012
Vietnamese exporters now have golden opportunities to boost exports via online trading floors, since foreign importers now tend to make deals directly with prestigious producers, without intermediaries.
vendredi 13 avril 2012
Six out of ten market shoppers will mistakenly go home with fake or copycat products, according to a quickly-conducted survey by the Vietnamese High-Quality Product Business Association, which once again proves that markets are paradise for counterfeit goods.
mardi 10 avril 2012
Chinese goods are penetrating into Vietnam in an increasingly professional and well-prepared way thanks to substantial support from the Chinese government's policy of developing their export markets.
mercredi 28 décembre 2011
While low-income consumers still consider product prices the most important factor in their spending, a new class of consumers who can spend up to $4,800 each time they shop has emerged in Vietnam, a recent survey has found.