Vietnam may lose Buon Ma Thuot coffee brand

The problem lies in the fact that a Chinese company has registered the trademark “Buon Ma Thuot” as the exclusive trademark in China. Experts have warned that the Chinese company may take a further step by registering the Buon Ma Thuot trademark all over the world. Vietnam urged to take legal proceedings on Buon Ma Thuot

Vietnam’s trade gap from China at nearly $4b in Jan-Apr

Totally, in Jan-Apr, the country’s import value is estimated at $31.83 billion. Meanwhile, Vietnam’s export turnover in April reached $7.3 billion, falling 2.0 percent month on month, of which, the export turnover of local and foreign-invested firms fetched $2.9 billion and $4.4 billion respectively.

No power cuts in May, ministry orders

According to the ministry’s Electricity Regulatory Authority, with water levels rising at hydropower plant reservoirs and new power sources coming online, the pressure on power supply should ease in May and June. It also said Vietnam has increased power purchases from China by around 100 million kilowatt-hours per month starting April.

Austrian drama touts VN tourism

The Dream Hotel is a popular TV series in Austria and Germany produced by Lisa Film, that tells the story of a group young people that hang out in five-star hotels around the world. Each year, Lisa Film produces two new episodes, set in exotic locations such as The Seychelles, Mauritius, Bali, Mexico, Malaysia, China and South Africa. After eight years, 16 episodes of The Dream Hotel have been broadcast, and last year, viewing figures hit 173 million.

Kyocera plans electronic parts factory in Vietnam

Kyocera Corp. President Tetsuo Kuba was quoted as saying at a news conference in Osaka on April 27 that the company will start the construction by the end of this year as it looks to commence the plant’s operations in late 2012. The plant is designed to cover about 400,000 sq. m in Hanoi’s suburb area, to be on a par with Kyocera's largest overseas factory in China.

Vietnam experiences surge in export to RoK

The RoK imported mainly rubber, minerals, garments, seafood, electric wire and cable, giving high estimations to garments. Vietnam is currently the second biggest supplier of garment products to the RoK after China. In the first three months, its garment export value to the RoK surged over 176 percent.

Economic recessions always leave aftershocks on consumers: expert

At the ceremony to release the FAST500 report, the report of the 500 fastest growing enterprises in Vietnam, Professor John Quelch, who is well known as a mater of marketing art, now Dean of the China Europe International Business School CEIBS, and former Associate Dean of Harvard Business School, shared his interesting findings about consumption trends in the 21st century in the post-recession period.

Vietnam consumes more electricity than neighbors

Vietnam has been buying electricity from outside with the amount bought from China rising 40.8 percent compared to last year, said Duong Quang Thanh, deputy director of the Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN).

Philippine foreign secretary's visit aims to promote ties

The two sides said the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties on the East Sea was an important document signed between China and ASEAN countries, affirming to strengthen efforts and co-ordination aimed at formulating a comprehensive Code of Conduct.

Feb 9: Vietnam gold flirts VND36Mln/tael, Dollar down

In Asian trade this morning, gold slipped as investors and other physical buyers in Asia hugged the sidelines following China’s second interest rate increase in just over six weeks. But gold’s ability to break above the 100-day moving average raised the prospect of more gains in coming days, Reuters analyst said.

Is Vietnam the next China?

Investors often make the mistake of lumping all emerging markets together. Just like every company listed on the NYSE is different from all the others, the same goes for emerging markets.

Vietnam’s export structure drastically changes

Exports of other products also grew, such as equipment, spare parts, chemicals, rubber and glass. Vietnam expanded its export markets with export revenues exceed the target. For example, export to India increased by 133 percent, to Taiwan 28 percent, Hong Kong 46 percent, the Republic of Korea 38 percent and China 45 percent.

VN publishes book on land border with China

The book was jointly compiled by the Ministry of Information and Communication’s Foreign News Service Department, the Foreign Ministry’s National Border Committee, and the Vietnam Association of History Science, said Deputy Information and Communication Minister Do Quy Doan.

Vietnam, China discuss energy development in disadvantaged areas

The seminar, one of the activities to mark the 61st anniversary of Vietnam-China diplomatic ties, was jointly held by the Vietnam-China Friendship Association, the China-Vietnam Friendship Association and Chinese agencies.

Vietnam to become 14th economy in the world by 2050

PwC made its short-term prediction for up until 2014 and a long-term for 2050 based on the World Bank statistics. Specifically, the strongest economies in the Asia will consist of China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Republic of Korea.

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