With Tet approaching, more and more people in HCM City are shopping for furniture for home or for use at parties.
Many are buying furniture either to move into new homes at housing projects completed late last year or to renovate their homes for Tet.
In District 10’s Ngo Gia Tu Street and Tan Binh District’s Truong Chinh Street, which are filled with furniture shops, the number of shoppers has not reduced since last year.
Shops said due to the impact of COVID-19, customers are seeking items at reasonable prices.
Many are offering promotions.
Nha Xinh Furniture supermarket chain has discounts of 15-25 per cent on sofas, beds, TV shelves, wardrobes, and others.
Dong A is offering a 50 per cent discount on sofas, free shipping and lifetime warranty.
Duong Thanh Dao, marketing director of Qui Phuc Production, Commerce and Service Co. Ltd, said a few months ago his company bought more machinery to increase production since it realised demand would spike before Tet.
In addition to working on new designs for Tet, the company has also expanded its storage and logistics capacity to better serve its customers, he added. – VNS
- HCMC focuses on preparing goods for Tet holidays
- After British Gas announce huge price rise another energy boss promises live on air to DROP prices by five percent
- First Spin: The Week's Best New Dance Tracks from Martin Garrix, Four Tet, Jubilee, Ardalan & More
- The rise of the virtual restaurant
- This week in Auto: September car sales dip 5.6%, luxury car demand disappoints
- Zimbabweans hope for economic recovery ahead of court ruling on election outcome
- Brexit insolvency fears boost demand for trade credit insurance
- The Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 10: The Rise Of Niche Video Streaming Services)
- Watford-bound wonderkid Joao Pedro is struggling for form in Brazil ahead of his big-money Premier League transfer
- UPDATE 10-Oil rises on U.S.-China hopes and improved outlook
- Taiwan raises 2017 economic outlook to three-year high, but warns of risks ahead
- Thousands march in Rise for Climate demonstration in San Francisco
Demand for furniture rises ahead of Tet have 345 words, post on bizhub.vn at January 20, 2021. This is cached page on VietNam Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.