Vietnamese spend more time on Internet

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Vietnamese spend more time on Internet

Vietnamese spent an average of 24.7 hours a week on the Internet, up nine hours from 2014, according to a 2015 cross-platform insights report released by Nielsen.

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Alternatives to TV emerging in Vietnam for content distribution: Nielsen

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Alternatives to TV emerging in Vietnam for content distribution: Nielsen

Traditional TV continues to maintain its leading position in terms of content distribution platforms by far with 72 percent of consumers watching broadcast TV, according to a report released Wednesday by global measurement company Nielsen.

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Vietnamese consumers find it hard to trust food safety management: experts

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Vietnamese consumers find it hard to trust food safety management: experts

Only 30 percent of consumers in Hanoi believe that foods with safety certificate are safe, according to Nguyen Thi Hong Minh, a former deputy agriculture minister.

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Vietnamese consumers willing to pay more if benefits outweigh the price: Nielsen

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Vietnamese consumers willing to pay more if benefits outweigh the price: Nielsen

For Vietnamese shoppers, price is not the only factor in selecting a store or product, and some additional ones complete the value-for-money perception, according to a survey released Thursday by global measurement company Nielsen.

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The ‘Spider-Men’ of Vietnam’s mango farms

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The ‘Spider-Men’ of Vietnam’s mango farms

Equipped with little more than a bamboo ladder and some ropes, these Vietnamese ‘Spider-Men’ work high up in the branches of mango trees to ensure the best quality mangoes reach consumers’ tables.

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Chinese fruit loses grip on Vietnam’s supermarket shelves, but not street carts

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Chinese fruit loses grip on Vietnam’s supermarket shelves, but not street carts

Chinese fruits may be losing shelf space in supermarkets across Vietnam, but they are still dominating the carts of street vendors, many of whom pass the products off as home-grown.

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Consumers embracing new technologies for getting around: Ford survey

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Consumers embracing new technologies for getting around: Ford survey

From the invention of the wheel to the horse-drawn carriage, and from the Model T to the cars of today, human history has been shaped by innovations in transportation.

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Fuel prices steadily increase

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Fuel prices steadily increase

Nearly four months after the Ministry of Commerce implemented a fuel-pricing mechanism that lowered prices at the pump to reflect the fall in the global commodity last March, petrol prices have inched back up to pre-intervention levels.

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TNS reviews 20 years of growth in Vietnam

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TNS reviews 20 years of growth in Vietnam

TNS Vietnam has released a special report to review 20 years of growth in Vietnam, in celebration of two decades of tracking and providing insight into Vietnamese consumers by the market research firm.

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Scandals shake up drinks sector

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Scandals shake up drinks sector

The beverage market has seen significant upheavals recently as big players like Number 1 Group and Suntory PepsiCo face scandals over their production quality. The latest shock to local consumers was last week’s allegations of high lead content in the green tea product C2 and energy drink Red Dragon, produced by the Universal Robina Corporation. Nguyen Van Viet, chairman of the Vietnam Beer, Alcohol Beverage Association, shared his analysis on this unfolding issue with VIR’s Thanh Xuan.

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Identifying current trends is key to consumer market

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Identifying current trends is key to consumer market

Vietnam’s fast-moving consumer goods market has great development potential for 2016 and beyond. Nguyen Huy Hoang, business development director of Kantar Worldpanel – a world leader in consumer and shopper knowledge and information – provides some insights on this topic.

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BASF cements footprint in Vietnam

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BASF cements footprint in Vietnam

Construction chemicals could be the necessary ingredients to fostering Vietnam’s sustainable growth, both in terms of building the country’s infrastructure and securing greater investments in the construction industry. Christian Mombaur, senior vice president of BASF Construction Chemicals Asia Pacific, spoke to VIR’s Trang Nguyen about BASF’s innovative products, the benefits they offer local consumers, and their scope for inspiring confidence in the local construction market.

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Acleda, Forte deal to boost insurance sector

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ACLEDA Bank Plc and Forte Insurance (Cambodia) Plc have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to expand general insurance and micro-insurance options for the Kingdom’s consumers, a press release said on Friday.

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CAIF hopes to put a dent in used auto market

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The independent industry body representing Cambodia’s authorised automobile distributors launched a consumer awareness campaign yesterday aimed at informing the public of the risks of purchasing second-hand cars on the local grey market, which it said reduces government tax revenue while flooding the streets with predominately American imports that void dealership warranty and service guarantees.

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Ethanol plants in troubles as Vietnam’s plan to boost biofuel fails

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Ethanol plants in troubles as Vietnam’s plan to boost biofuel fails

An ambitious plan by the Vietnamese government to encourage the use of biofuel, or ethanol-mixed petrol, is not working as well as expected, sealing the fate of three multimillion-dollar ethanol plants.

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