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VN firms can succeed in huge halal food market VN firms can succeed in huge halal food market

While Muslims are a minority in Viet Nam, the halal food industry here has great potential, Abdullah Abdulrohman, director of the Halal Viet Nam Export and Import Co Ltd, said.


Investor for Phu Quoc passenger port project approved Investor for Phu Quoc passenger port project approved

The Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Kien Giang has chosen the investor for the development of the build-operate-transfer (BOT) section of the Phu Quoc international passenger port.


Vingroup to enter the exhibition and fair industry Vingroup to enter the exhibition and fair industry

Property developer Vingroup has contributed nearly VND1.5 trillion to become a strategic stakeholder of the Viet Nam Exhibition and Fair Centre JSC after acquiring an 89.42 per cent stake in the Viet Nam Exhibition Fair Centre One Member Co. Ltd. (VEFAC).


BIDV confirms merger with MHB BIDV confirms merger with MHB

The management board of the Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam (BIDV) announced its plan to merge with the Mekong Housing Bank (MHB) at a shareholders meeting on April 17.



Taiwanese motorbike factory opens Taiwanese motorbike factory opens

(May 21, 2015)

The Taiwanese motorbike producer Kymco Group opened a $20 million factory at the Dai Dang Industrial Park in southern Binh Duong Province yesterday.

Businesses propose measures to support local auto manufacturers

Honda Viet Nam has proposed that the Government develop measures to support local automobile manufacturers to assure they can compete with imported autos.

Chinese cars top exports to Viet Nam

China took the lead in exporting completely built units (CBUs) to Viet Nam in the first quarter of this year, according to the Viet Nam General Department of Custom.

Imported cars to cost more after taxation changes

Imported cars are expected to become more expensive by around 5 per cent if the finance ministry's draft plan to adjust the calculation of special consumption tax on imported automobiles is approved.

VN firm to distribute US trucks

The Hoang Huy Investment Financial Services Joint Stock Company (HHF) has been appointed as the authorised distributor for the US-based International Truck and Engine Corporation, Navistar Inc.

April car sales positive but automakers still worried

April was a positive month for Vietnamese auto sales, though carmakers have claimed difficulties conducting business in the country's unstable and undeveloped automobile industry.

Ford Viet Nam continues with its record ways

Ford Viet Nam's sales continued to grow at a scorching pace in April, with the US auto maker reporting another monthly record of 1,740 units following record sales a month earlier.

Incentives needed to bolster automotive support industry

Suitable incentives were essential to enhancing the competitiveness of enterprises in the support industry to develop the domestic automotive sector, according to Chairman of the Viet Nam Federation of Civil Engineering Association Do Huu Hao.

Honda Vietnam to pay tax arrears

Honda Vietnam would have to pay VND182 billion in tax arrears after the tax department discovered violations at the company, a finance ministry official said.

Bus Care Day to teach drivers safety

The country's first ever "Bus Care Day," organised by tyre maker Bridgestone Viet Nam and auto service company Benh Vien O To (BVOT Group), begins on April 24 at the Eastern Bus Station in HCM City.

Camry 2015 does a safer Vietnamese turn

Toyota Motor Viet Nam (TMV) yesterday introduced its new Camry Generation 2015, saying that it carries more advanced safety measures that make it more suitable for Vietnamese consumers and Vietnamese roads.

VN-South Korea FTA: A chance to develop firmsVN-South Korea FTA: A chance to develop firms

These developments will strengthen the base upon which Viet Nam's economy can be restructured for sustainable development, said Hong Sun, Secretary General of Korcham in Viet Nam (the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry), in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency.

Inward remittances continue to rise in HCM City Inward remittances continue to rise in HCM City

Overseas Vietnamese have sent home remittances of US$1.4 billion through HCM City-based banks in the first four months of this year, a year-on-year increase of 19.6 per cent.

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