Created 18 July 2021
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City faces severe shortage of vegetables, eggs

Vegetables and eggs are the most in short supply in HCM City due to the supply disruption caused by COVID-19, and the city needs support from provinces in the eastern and Central Highlands regions to mitigate this, according to the city Department of Industry and Trade.

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Created 18 July 2021
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Scrambling shoppers keep emptying HCMC supermarket shelves

Supermarkets in HCMC have been so flooded with buyers in the last few days that many keep running out of goods.

Buyers queue to enter an overcrowded supermarket in HCMC. Photo by VnExpress/Quynh Tran.

   
Created 18 July 2021
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Vegetable, egg shortage plagues HCMC

HCMC is experiencing a shortage of vegetables, fruit and eggs as Covid-19 spreads to southern localities, hitting the food supply chain.

Vegetable, egg shortage plagues HCMC

 
Created 17 July 2021
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Buy2Sell sales triple in H1

Despite the impact of Covid-19, e-commerce platform Buy2Sell has reported an increase in goods consumption, showing the huge demand for online shopping.

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Created 17 July 2021
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Prices rise on many essential products in Mekong Delta amid social distancing

The rising incidence of COVID-19 has led many localities in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta region to adopt social distancing.

 
Created 17 July 2021
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City to handle violations of sales of essential goods amid false rumors about hard lockdown

HCM City authorities have demanded that supermarkets and convenience stores take preventive measures to handle essential goods reselling at much higher prices, causing a supply shortage at supermarkets.

   
Created 16 July 2021
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HCM City to set up 1,000 outlets to sell groceries as retailers struggle to meet demand

Around 1,000 outlets will be set up around HCM City to sell groceries since supermarkets are struggling to meet the burgeoning demand amid the COVID-19 shutdown, its Department of Industry and Trade said.

 
Created 16 July 2021
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Exporters, hit by pandemic, turn to domestic market

The Vietnamese market with a population of nearly 100 million is attracting both foreign and local food suppliers, with many local exporters turning to the domestic market to overcome this difficult COVID-19 period.

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Created 16 July 2021
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HCMC supermarkets issue tickets to manage shoppers

HCMC supermarkets are giving customers tickets to schedule their shopping, seeking to reduce stockpiling as the city experiences its worst Covid-19 outbreak.

Tickets issued by a supermarket to organize shopping time. Photo by VnExpress/LInh Dan.

 
Created 22 May 2020
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Local air-conditioner brands join race for market share

Vietnamese air conditioner manufacturers are increasingly using sophisticated technologies as they jostle for market share in a competitive market.

   

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