Vietnam farmers, SMEs threatened by upcoming free trade deals: trade expert
Vulnerable groups unlikely to withstand onslaught by foreign competition once protective tariffs are gone.
Vietnam mega refinery lowers estimated cost
Thai-invested plant in the central province of Binh Dinh cuts investment from US$28.7 billion to $21.5 billion.
High rents and poor sales, a double-whammy for Vietnam retailers
Retailers in Ho Chi Minh City are closing down or hoping they can since they cannot afford the relentlessly rising rents amid poor sales
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