Created 26 July 2021
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Vietnamese goods to increase presence on foreign shelves

irector General of the European-American Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) Tạ Hoàng Linh, over past years, Vietnamese enterprises had paid attention to improving their understanding about international import-export standards. However, the firms needed to make greater efforts in cementing the foothold of their products in international supermarket shelves.

 
Created 26 July 2021
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Covid cloud to cast H2 shadow over labor market

The strongest Covid-19 wave to hit Vietnam will influence many enterprises to postpone or limit their recruitment plans, employment agencies report.

Covid cloud to cast H2 shadow over labor market

   
Created 25 July 2021
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HCMC to reopen groceries markets with pandemic arrangements

HCMC has approved a new market model that will have 12 stalls selling essential goods, following all pandemic-related safety measures including distancing and health declarations.

Few people shop at Ba Chieu Market in Binh Thanh District, HCMC, on the morning of July 20, 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Tat Dat.

 
Created 24 July 2021
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Hanoi supermarkets increase inventories

Supermarkets in Hanoi are stocking two or three times their normal volumes of goods and increasing warehouse capacity to brace for a worsening of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hanoi supermarkets increase inventories

   
Created 23 July 2021
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Businesses involved in HCM City price stability programme bear losses as prices rise

Supply of consumer goods in HCM City has been relatively steady, but the prices of some items have shot up and businesses taking part in the city’s price stabilisation programme are suffering losses since they sell at fixed prices, according to the Department of Industry and Trade.

 
Created 23 July 2021
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HCM City goods supply sharply up, now stable: ministry

The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Special Working Group said the supply of essential goods to HCM City has gradually stabilised with 5,000 priority-licensed vehicles supplying retailers.

   
Created 23 July 2021
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HCMC faces daily shortage of 10,000 pigs

HCMC is encountering shortages of some 10,000 pigs, 400,000 eggs and 1,500 tons of fresh vegetables a day, according to the agriculture ministry.

HCMC faces daily shortage of 10,000 pigs

 
Created 22 July 2021
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Ministry wants HCMC wholesale markets reopened

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has called on HCMC authorities to reopen the city's three wholesale markets to increase food supply.

Ministry wants HCMC wholesale markets reopened

   
Created 21 July 2021
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HCMC traditional markets lack patrons on Covid fears

The number of customers at traditional markets in HCMC is declining sharply despite abundant supply and reasonable prices.

HCMC traditional markets lack patrons on Covid fears

 
Created 21 July 2021
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Hà Nội ensures sufficient supply of essential goods

Amid the complex development of COVID-19 over the past seven months, the supply of goods in the city has remained sufficient with no sudden increases in prices recorded

   

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