Created 02 August 2022
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Counterfeit products run rampant in e-commerce

Counterfeit products have been witnessing an upsurge recently as couterfeiters move online to hide behind the anonymity of the Internet.

 
Created 30 June 2022
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Sơn La mango and safe farm produce week launched in Hà Nội

Mangoes and safe agricultural products from Sơn La Provinces are being introduced at Big C Thăng Long supermarket in Hà Nội.

   
Created 28 June 2022
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Meat, vegetable prices shoot up in HCM City

Fruit, vegetable and meat prices increased sharply in HCM City last week amid the prolonged heavy rain in the south and rising gasoline prices.

 
Created 27 June 2022
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National promotion month to begin in mid-November

Vietnam Grand Sale 2022, the annual national promotion month programme, is set to take place nationwide from November 15 to December 22.

   
Created 11 June 2022
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HCM City retail sales hit highest level since January 2019

HCM City’s retail sales of goods topped VNĐ57.75 trillion (US$2.49 billion) in May, up 3.08 per cent against the previous month and 13.8 per cent from a year earlier, a report released on Thursday by the city Department of Industry and Trade has said.

 
Created 08 June 2022
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Demand for healthy foods on the rise post-COVID

Consumers are increasingly looking for natural and environment-friendly products and those with health benefits after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the High Quality Vietnamese Product Business Association.

   
Created 07 June 2022
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HCMC market vendors to shut up shop to oppose rent surge

Over 90 percent of vendors at the largest garment market in Ho Chi Minh City have applied to cease operating in protest at plans to double rent.

HCMC market vendors to shut up shop to oppose rent surge

 
Created 06 June 2022
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Food prices up, but farmers continue to suffer

The prices of meat, poultry and eggs are rising on the back of increasing production costs, but farmers are still suffering losses, local reports say.

   
Created 08 March 2022
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Consumers, businesses worn down by record gasoline prices

Gasoline prices surged 30 percent within a year to a record high forcing consumers to tighten their belts, while merchants and companies experienced additional losses.

A vegetable stall in Xom Moi Market, HCMCs Go Vap District . Photo by VnExpress/Thi Ha

 
Created 22 December 2021
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HCM City to keep prices of essential goods stable during Tết

The HCM City government wants businesses and distributors to increase production and stockpiling of essential goods to ensure sufficient supply for the city’s 9.4 million inhabitants during the upcoming Tết (Lunar New Year) holidays.

 

   

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