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Vietnam should strictly monitor zero-tax car imports from ASEAN: Thaco

Vietnam’s leading auto firm Thaco wants the government to strictly inspect zero tariff application on cars imported from ASEAN.

Vietnamese firms conspicuously absent as auto parts industry thrives

Vietnam enjoys a trade surplus in the auto parts industry, but domestic firms play no role in this success.

Foreign-invested auto firms make a U-turn in Vietnam

Leading auto firms are embarking upon domestic production, reversing from a planned shift to imports.
August 07, 2018 | 05:53 pm GMT+7

Imported cars will undercut Vietnam products after tariff removal: industry

The country's lack of auto parts suppliers means many components have to be imported and the added costs are passed on to consumers.
December 06, 2016 | 04:01 pm GMT+7

Vietnam to tune up support industry to drive automobile growth

Low-tech and low-added value production is putting the brakes on the industry. 
November 16, 2016 | 02:00 am GMT+7

In modern Vietnam, a high-tech economy is a future far away

Decades-old technologies are stifling Vietnam's competitiveness in the global market.
October 06, 2016 | 02:00 am GMT+7

Vietnam's leather and footwear firms told to join forces ahead of free-trade deals

Vietnam’s leather and footwear industry is trying to move up the global value chain to seize the potential benefits of new-generation free trade agreements.
July 16, 2016 | 11:08 am GMT+7

Samsung hunts for local suppliers despite Vietnam's weak support industry

Having constructed two manufacturing plants in Vietnam, Samsung is still looking for local enterprises that can provide the company with quality spare parts, said Han Myoungsup, general director of the Samsung manufacturing complex.
June 22, 2016 | 03:00 pm GMT+7

Vietnam to shake up supporting industries to seize TPP opportunities

Vietnam’s manufacturing is currently determined by low-wage, low-tech and low-added value production. And the country is finding its way to move up the global value chain so that it can maximize the potential benefits from a variety of new generation free trade agreements including the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
June 18, 2016 | 04:44 pm GMT+7
 
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