Markets losing lead over convenience stores: report

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Markets losing lead over convenience stores: report

Wet markets and traditional stores remain the preferred retail channels for Vietnamese shoppers, though they are under threat as consumers shift away, according to a Nielsen report.

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Australia helps Viet Nam in promoting vocational training

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Australia helps Viet Nam in promoting vocational training

Viet Nam's greatest challenge in workforce training was that labour, though abundant, was of low quality, Deputy Director of the General Directorate of Vocational Training, Assoc. Prof. Cao Van Sam said.

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Purchase of railway stations eyed by big companies

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VietnamNet English 19 hour(s) ago

Purchase of railway stations eyed by big companies

VietNamNet Bridge - Soon after the Ministry of Transport (MOT) announced the plan to call for public capital for railway projects, business tycoons announced they were interested in investment, even though they have no experience in the field.

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Markets losing lead over convenience stores

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VietNam News English 21 hour(s) ago

Markets losing lead over convenience stores

Wet markets and traditional stores remain the preferred retail channels for Vietnamese shoppers, though they are under threat as consumers shift away, according to a Nielsen report released on Wednesday.

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Transmission, broadcasting market open to all businesses

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VietnamNet English 2 day(s) ago

Transmission, broadcasting market open to all businesses

VietNamNet Bridge - Businesses from all economic sectors now can join the television transmission and broadcasting market, though some believe the business environment remains unfair.

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Vietnam’s luxury home market remains frozen

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VietnamNet English 3 day(s) ago

Though the overall realty market in Vietnam may be showing some cracks, the market for oceanfront mansions and palatial condos shows no signs of thawing, dampening concerns of wildly escalating prices in the near future.

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Digital content firms still unprotected

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Digital content firms still unprotected

VietNamNet Bridge - Though a Vietnamese game firm has found that one of its products has been copied by a Chinese firm, it does not know what to do to claim its copyright.

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Forecast bright for week ahead

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VietNam News English 5 day(s) ago

Forecast bright for week ahead

The market will face high profit taking pressures this week, though most analysts predict shares will continue their uptrend, due to the support of strong money inflows and foreign purchases.

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Vietnam’s luxury home market remains frozen

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VOV News English 6 day(s) ago

Vietnam’s luxury home market remains frozen

(VOV) - Though the overall realty market in Vietnam may be showing some cracks, the market for oceanfront mansions and palatial condos shows no signs of thawing, dampening concerns of wildly escalating prices in the near future.

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HCM City soon to lose art workshop

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VietnamNet English 7 day(s) ago

HCM City soon to lose art workshop

VietNamNet Bridge – Young artists in the Sao La project of HCMC-based Gallery Quynh have turned a building at the corner of Nguyen Thai Binh and Le Cong Kieu streets in District 1 into an art workshop even though when they are aware that the building will be cleared sooner or later.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

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VOV News English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in Vietnam

Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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Australia opens door for Vietnamese lychees, but growers still worried

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 1 week(s) ago

Australia opens door for Vietnamese lychees, but growers still worried

Vietnamese lychee farmers still cannot breathe a sigh of relief after Australia announced it will open its door for the fruit given the rising yield this year, though both central and local authorities have moved to help raise domestic demand for it.

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Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in VN

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VietnamNet English 1 week(s) ago

Low-cost Indian cars not expected to be sold well in VN

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts don’t think Tata Nano, the cheapest car model from India, would sell well in Vietnam, saying that though Vietnam is a poor country, its people only accept luxury products.

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West clings to fraying Ukraine peace deal despite Kiev doubts

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Báo Thanh Niên English 1 week(s) ago

West clings to fraying Ukraine peace deal despite Kiev doubts

Western powers are clinging to a fraying peace deal in Ukraine and forcing Kiev to follow suit, even though Russian President Vladimir Putin shows no sign of wavering and NATO is warning that Moscow may be preparing for a new offensive.

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