Pandemic shaves off up to 80 percent in orders for timber, refined wood

- The Covid-19 pandemic is expected to virtually halt all orders from the Vietnamese timber and wood refining industry until the end of 2021. Read more »

PVCFC makes every attempt to double their estimated interest in the first quarter

Irrespective of the recent economic turbulence, PVCFC seems to have passed the first quarter of 2020 with flying colors. Claiming full control of their operation, the corporation has overcome all hindrances to double the estimated plan.   Read more »

Plan to develop Binh Phuoc into industrialized province by 2030

Binh Phuoc is set to become an industrialized province by 2030 with GDRP among the top 15 localities in Vietnam. Read more »

Ninh Binh Province Investment boosts rural industrial production

- Ninh Binh Province has contributed to modernization of its rural industrial production by investing capital in supporting innovation and application of advanced machinery and equipment.  Read more »

Garment producers find way to weather crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has left Vietnam’s textile and garment sector in deep trouble because of rising order cancellations and delays, but some producers have found a way around and been able to weather the storm. Read more »

Paper industry badly hit by pandemic

- According to the Vietnam Industry Agency (VIA) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), enterprises in the paper industry are affected by the shortage of production materials just like enterprises in the fields of electricity, electronics, automobiles, garments and textiles. Read more »

Vietnam seeks new markets for farm produce

- Vietnam’s farm produce exports are experiencing difficulties due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in traditional markets such as China and the EU. In response, the Ministry of Industry and Trade is boosting efforts to find new export markets, while developing supply chains in the domestic market.   Read more »

Vietnam’s plywood makers fear US probe tied to alleged Chinese dumping

- The American Coalition for Fair Trade of Hardwood Plywood recently asked the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to investigate anti-dumping duties on hardwood plywood imported from Vietnam.  Read more »

EVN targets full power utilization in central region this summer

 Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), the state-owned electricity utility and the sole buyer of electricity generated from renewable sources, said it is accelerating the progress of grid projects and utilization of power capacity from renewable energy resources. Its aim is to fully exploit all power plant capacity in the country’s central region by June 2020. Read more »

Bac Giang spurs industry promotion

- A significant increase in funding is boosting the industry promotion activities in the northeastern province of Bac Giang. Read more »

Electronics industry enjoys bright prospects despite challenges

The first quarter of the year has seen parts of the electronics industry, such as the manufacturing of electronic products, computers, and optical fiber products, enjoy a 14.3% growth despite the negative effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT). Read more »

Focusing on development of key support industries

- The People’s Committee of Khanh Hoa Province has launched a five-year plan to boost support industries for rapid and sustainable development of key industries and their participation in global value chains. Read more »