The Department of Construction has also instructed managements to find out which residents have gone abroad, especially China, and to the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc and report to local health officials to isolate and monitor them for symptoms. … [Read more...] about HCM City instructs apartment buildings to strengthen preventive measures against COVID-19
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When news broke that someone at the Tam Long market came down with the flu, almost no one came there the next day, Minh said. People resorted to stocking on food instead of going to markets. Word would spread if someone in the community so much as sneezed or coughed. That was how paranoid things are, she said. … [Read more...] about Province at center of coronavirus epidemic hit hard as people keep away
The last two years witnessed a sharp increase of car imports from Thailand and Indonesia into Vietnam, mainly because the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA), which took effect in the beginning of 2018, eliminates automobile import tariffs for models with localization rate of over 40%. … [Read more...] about Vietnam car market ranks fourth in Southeast Asia
Vice Chairman of VSSA Lê Hồng Thái said that in the past ten years, the sugar industry has invested more than VNĐ20 trillion (US$851 million) to improve machinery and technology to prepare for integration. Now, most domestic sugar factories have automatic technologies that meet international standards. … [Read more...] about Smuggled sugar a barrier to ATIGA implementation
In terms of retail, smaller, clean and nearby shopping places like street shops, minimarkets and convenience stores are being temporarily favoured against wet markets or larger super- or hypermarkets. In addition, the number of transactions for online shopping and home delivery has significantly increased. … [Read more...] about What effect will COVID-19 have on Viet Nam’s FMCG market?