The carmaking arm of Vingroup, Vietnam's biggest conglomerate will open sale and receive orders on its three automobile models and electric scooters branded Klara late today in Hanoi.
Automobiles registered for customs clearance last week were mainly from Thailand and Indonesia, accounting for 85 per cent of the total imported cars into Vietnam last week.
VinUni, a non-profit private Vietnamese university invested by Vingroup will be an attraction for investors and buyers of the VinCity Ocean Park Gia Lam project.
After a long time lagging behind Thaco, Toyota has been accelerating its sales on the market for several months and officially surpassed the domestic assembler to reach a 30 per cent of market share in October 2018.
Although the global demand is slowing down, Vietnam manufactures expect product diversification, robust demand conditions and set targets to boost production in the coming 12 months.
Receiving approval from all of the 469 deputies in attendance, the National Assembly officially ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership and other relevant documents.
Last week, the number of Thailand's cars with nine or fewer seats imported to Vietnam increased by 1,000 units to reach 1,674 units.
Notable foreign enterprises in farming industry such as C.P, Cargill, Guyomarc'h were among 53 enterprises in Vietnam granted award titled 'the Business dedicated to Farmers' by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Starbucks Vietnam has just introduced to customers across the market Starbucks cards which are used for its cashless payment system.
The Prime Minister has formally approved the proposal of the Ministry of Transport on the licensing of air transportation business for Bamboo Airways, a member of the FLC Group.
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