There is an unusual restaurant in Tam Kỳ City. People can dine there among growing food plants.
The Vietnamese automobile market is predicted to develop strongly between now and 2035 as the country is experiencing a “golden population structure,” which offers opportunities to promote the automobile industry.
Auto businesses are concerned about Việt Nam’s future policy orientation with regard to the auto industry, which they think will affect their business strategy.
Pet and book cafes have been popular in various cities across the country. Yet a cafe run by a group of young people in the central province of Quảng Nam has lured customers with vegetables grown using hydroponic methods. Lê Hương explores.
Platinum Victory Pte. Ltd, a whollyowned subsidiary of Singapore-based automotive group Jardine Cycle and Carriage (JC&C), has registered to purchase an additional 14.51 million shares of Việt Nam’s largest dairy producer Vinamilk.
Coach of Việt Nam U23 football team, Park Hang-seo was awarded a township house in the central city, worth VNĐ2 billion ($88,000), from a donor in Đà Nẵng in a ceremony on Sunday.
The HCM City office market is rife with opportunities for property developers, especially the grade A and B segments which have been labouring under a shortage for the last couple of months, experts said.
Đinh Trọng Thắng, director of the Department of Investment, under the Research Institute of the Central Economic Management – Ministry of Planning and Investment talks to the newspaper Hải Quan (Customs) on what the country should do to attract enterprises to invest in agriculture.
Trường Hải Auto JSC (Thaco) inaugurated the Thaco Mazda automobile manufacturing plant, the biggest and most modern Mazda factory in Southeast Asia, in the central province of Quảng Nam on March 25 in the presence of Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.
The northern province of Phú Thọ aims to attract domestic and foreign direct investment capital worth between VNĐ5.5 trillion (US$244.5 million) and VNĐ6 trillion this year, an increase of 10-15 per cent year-on-year.