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The Vietnam's Victory Day and May Day Schedule
The Hung King's Commemoration Festival Schedule
SCSC Announcement of new charges (Applying since April 1st, 2024)
2024 Tet Holidays Schedule
New Year Day in 2024 Schedule
Issue internal security control card of Saigon Cargo Service Corporation
SCSC honored Top 50 listed companies in Vietnam by Forbes
Vietnam National Day 2023 Schedule
The World's Top 20 Airlines – 2023
SCSC awarded 2nd Best Warehouse GHA 2022 by Turkish Cargo

(VEN) - The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement as well as other FTAs which Vietnam agreed upon will bring extensive changes to the Vietnamese market. The Vietnamese food and beverage industry will have the opportunity to benefit from exporting to key markets but also face severe competition from foreign rivals on the domestic market. Consumers will have the opportunity to buy new products but might also see traditional products vanish from the market.

Vietnam economic growth prospects brightest of ASEAN with the forecast of GDP 6% to 6.7% in the year 2017.

(VOV) - In the first half of the year, a number of the world’s leading footwear makers like Nike, Adidas and Puma have shifted their orders from China and Bangladesh to Vietnam.

Intel Products Vietnam on July 29 launched its first CPU Haswell manufactured at HCM City-based assembly and testing plant.

Rough Guides, England’s leading publisher of travel and reference information, has just announced the list of 20 most beautiful countries in the world voted by the readers. Vietnam named the list thanks for its huge wealth of easily accessible natural beauty, such as Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh), Sa Pa (Lao Cai), Cua Dai Beach (Quang Nam), and Cai Rang Floating Market (Can Tho).

(VOV) - Vietnam recorded a total import-export value of US$116.04 billion in the first five months of the year, generating a trade surplus of US$1.52 billion.

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has received approval from Ho Chi Minh City authorities for a US$1 billion project to set up an LCD production plant in the southern hub of Vietnam, the municipal government announced Thursday.