VN-Cuba joint venture to produce detergents near Havana

VN-Cuba joint venture to produce detergents near Havana

Suchel TBV S.A., a joint venture between Viet Nam and Cuba, has received approval from the Cuban Government to build a detergent plant in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM), according to the Cuban News Agency (ACN).

Seminar told of great organic hopes

Seminar told of great organic hopes

The shortage of organic foods in the country is both an opportunity and a challenge for growers, a forum on Organic Agricultural Development was told on Saturday.

HCMC FDI shrinks dramatically

HCMC FDI shrinks dramatically

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in HCM City is dwindling and cannot continue to drive the economy, the head of the city’s Department of Planning and Investment has said.

State-owned banks suffer equity erosion

State-owned banks suffer equity erosion

According to statistics from the State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV), as of May, State-owned banks’ combined equity was VNĐ252.472 trillion (US$10.83 billion), down 0.86 per cent.

Share to advance on supportive information

Share to advance on supportive information

The stock market is forecast to have a positive week with supportive information from exchange-traded fund (ETF) restructuring for the third quarter together with continued cash flow pouring into the market.

Con Cưng cleared of product origin fraud charges

Con Cưng cleared of product origin fraud charges

An investigation into baby product retailer Con Cưng has found that it had complied with all import and consumer protection regulations and possessed documents to prove origin, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has reported.

Farm produce exports to China face higher quality standards

Farm produce exports to China face higher quality standards

Việt Nam’s agricultural and aquatic exports to China are likely to face higher quality requirements and stronger competition from other ASEAN exporters although China’s demand for these goods is still on the rise, heard a meeting on Saturday.

Garment companies selling better abroad

Garment companies selling better abroad

Việt Nam’s textile and garment industry is doing well abroad, but struggling at home, according experts. Exports of popular brands have raked in tens of billions of dollars each year – but with a population of 90 million, few firms are focusing on the local customer.