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dimanche 26 janvier 2020

Vietnam needs to choose the path less traveled

In copying other countries' development mistakes, Vietnam has paid a heavy price for not deploying due foresight. Now, we cannot ignore hindsight wisdom.

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lundi 24 juin 2019

Vietnam car with BMW tech takes on Japanese rivals

Vingroup plant a milestone in government-backed quest for homegrown auto sector

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lundi 28 janvier 2019

Vietnam vexes foreign automakers with import rules

Government steadfast in efforts to nurture domestic industry

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samedi 26 janvier 2019

Can a real estate developer jump start Vietnam’s car industry ?

Within a year, VinFast has built a huge manufacturing complex and developed two prototypes that debuted in Paris. Can it keep up the pace ?

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dimanche 13 janvier 2019

From bikes to phones, 'Made in Vietnam' grows with foreign help

Companies tap new fields, but nation needs local suppliers to reach 2020 industrial goal

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dimanche 6 janvier 2019

Vietnam's richest man wants to sell smartphones and other smart devices across the world

Vietnam’s largest listed company by market value recently celebrated the launch of its first line of smartphones in Ho Chi Minh City.

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mardi 1 janvier 2019

HCM City’s industrial production grows 8.15 percent this year

HCM City sustained its industrial expansion in 2018, recording an estimated 8.15 per cent rise in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) from last year.

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samedi 15 décembre 2018

BMW and Bosch support Vietnam's vision for homegrown cars

Vingroup recruits European names to navigate a crowded market

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mardi 2 octobre 2018

Fast and serious: Vietnam's first domestic car manufacturer bets big

At a time when auto companies in the developed world are facing a squeeze on their profits from cash-rich tech firms, Vietnam is betting car-making can be a ticket t o a more prosperous economy, just as it was for the likes of Japan and South Korea.

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lundi 1 octobre 2018

Vietnam manufacturing growth slips to 10-month low

Vietnamese manufacturing growth slowed to its lowest level in 10 months in September but business confidence pointed to a rebound in the coming months, according to an industry gauge.

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jeudi 26 juillet 2018

Vietnam to limit waste imports as shipments build up at ports

Vietnam will stop issuing new licenses for the import of waste and crack down on illegal shipments as thousands of containers of paper, plastic and metal scrap build up at the country’s ports, raising concerns about the environment.

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vendredi 29 juin 2018

GM to transfer Vietnam operation to Vingroup's car arm, eyes sales boost

General Motors (GM.N) has agreed to transfer its Vietnamese operation to VinFast Trading and Production LLC and distribute Chevrolet cars through the local carmaker, in a move that could help drive up its modest sales in the country.

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mardi 6 mars 2018

Mine declines : Good news for sustainability

Statistics from the General Statistics Office of Việt Nam (GSO) showed that the mining industry has posted a record slump since 2011, with the growth rate dropping by 7.1 per cent in 2017 and 4 per cent in 2016.

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dimanche 10 décembre 2017

Factory rolls out first made in Việt Nam buses

Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng yesterday inaugurated the first made-in-Việt Nam bus factory in Quảng Nam Province.

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mercredi 20 septembre 2017

China's projects in Vietnam earn reputation for poor quality, delays

Hanoi stuck with rising costs on 'cheap' projects with poor expectancies

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samedi 2 septembre 2017

Vietnam wants to make Its own cars

Vietnam wants to design and make cars for its 90 million motorbike and scooter riders.

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lundi 5 juin 2017

Vietnam manufacturing PMI slips to 14-month low

Vietnam’s manufacturing sector last month saw its weakest growth since March 2016 as companies reported slower rises in output and new orders.

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dimanche 9 avril 2017

Vietnam should not aim to become industrial power

Vietnam should not continue to try to become an industrial power and instead should shift to developing agriculture and tourism, according to economist Le Xuan Nghia, head of the Business Development Institute (BDI).

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mercredi 27 janvier 2016

Vietnam completes vehicles industrial assembly negotiations with Russia and Belarus

The agreement will be part of the package of agreements on establishing the free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union and Vietnam signed last year

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mardi 1 décembre 2015

Airbus wants to make plane parts in Vietnam

Airbus is willing to consider establishing a part production facility in Vietnam as a contribution to strengthening the country’s aviation industry, the executive of the French planemaker has said.

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mercredi 28 octobre 2015

Vietnam on track to replace China as new manufacturing hub

With increasing foreign direct investment (FDI) flows into its manufacturing sector, Vietnam stands a great chance of leaping ahead and replace China as the new production center, experts have said.

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mardi 16 septembre 2014

Vietnam fails to assuage fears of Russian steel domination

While trade officials and steel producers argue over the effect of lifting duties on Russian steel imports; investors worry the local industry is as good as dead.

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mercredi 27 août 2014

Vietnam part suppliers incapable of partnering with global tech giants

Joining the production chain of global tech giants running operations in Vietnam remains a perennial problem for local businesses operating in support industries due to weak technology and poor support from the government, industry insiders have complained.

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dimanche 29 septembre 2013

Vietnam sees great opportunity from semiconductor industry

Experts believe that it’s now the right time for Vietnam to join the global IC production chain, a golden opportunity to approach to high technologies.

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mercredi 6 février 2013

Credit Suisse to accept Vinashin’s plan to restructure its debt

Credit Suisse Group AG will accept a debt restructuring plan that Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group put to its creditors, helping to resolve negotiations surrounding a default that occurred more than two years ago, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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lundi 27 août 2012

Vietnam industrial production at slowest pace since january

HANOI—Weaker demand at home and abroad pushed Vietnam's industrial production to its slowest pace since January, prompting one bank to scale back its growth forecasts for this year.

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samedi 21 janvier 2012

Automakers anticipate further sales decline

Many auto firms are worried the auto sales decline that began in 2011 will continue and even worsen this year.

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lundi 12 décembre 2011

France's cheese factory inaugurated in Binh Duong

Bel Vietnam, a subsidiary of France's Bel Group, put its factory - the first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region - into operation on December 8.

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vendredi 11 novembre 2011

Automakers compete in small-car segment

Automakers in the country are competing harshly with each other on the small-car market as this segment is contributing a large portion to their sales volumes given the rising trend in compact vehicle consumption in big cities.

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mardi 11 octobre 2011

Vietnam seeing an industrial 'renaissance'

A new bright era is on the horizon for the industrial sector in Vietnam as the country's effort to attract hi-tech foreign investment has taken off, according to consulting firm CB Richard Ellis (CBRE).

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