“Government lockdowns to contain the COVID-19 pandemic started a domino effect, with businesses, especially hotels, bars and restaurants closing down temporarily or permanently and consumer spending dropping due to fewer spending opportunities,” Louise Hawley, managing director of Nielsen Vietnam, said. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese consumers became the most avid savers globally
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'Zeng' was one among the handicraft specialties promoted in the recent showcase event 'Tinh Hoa Hue' (The Essence of Hue) — an effort to raise awareness on cultural heritage and eco-friendly lifestyle by Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tram and Dang Thi Thu Huong, founders of the sustainable consumer initiative Eco Green Hub. … [Read more...] about Vietnam women shake up consumer patterns with ‘green’ business
A report by the commission attributes the low water level to two years of reduced rainfall and the operations of 13 Mekong hydropower dams - two in Laos and 11 in China - as well as dams on Mekong tributaries in Laos. The Mekong also flows through part of Myanmar. … [Read more...] about Mekong nations pressed to share data as water level falls to new low
Hanoi has recorded one more Covid-19 case who returned from the central city of Danang, according to chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung. Chung joined the government’s online meeting on Covid-19 prevention and control with localities on August 7. Hanoi has confirmed four Covid-19 patients … [Read more...] about Hanoi reports one more Covid-19 case
In late 2017, ThaiBev, through Vietnam Beverage, spent $5 billion to acquire 53.6 percent of Sabeco shares and became the holding company of the largest brewer in Vietnam. In late 2017, ThaiBev, through Vietnam Beverage, spent $5 billion to acquire 53.6 percent of Sabeco shares and became the holding company of the largest brewer in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Who will buy the state’s remaining 36% of shares in Sabeco?