The retail giant considers Vietnam its second home with new opportunities
Foreign retailers reportedly control more than 50 percent of Vietnam's retail market
The Gioi Di Dong controls around 30 percent of Vietnam's mobile retail market
The country's online retail sales grew 37 percent to $4.07 billion in 2015
More affluent, health-conscious Chinese shoppers want safe Australian goods, a trend stoked by tainted China food supply scandals.
It is going to sell shares in retail and distribution subsidiaries instead
Beverage continues to contribute the most to total FMCG sales with 41 percent
That is lower than local tax authority's previous estimate of $159 million
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Vietnam's retail and consumer services sales were estimated $50.31 billion in the first four months of this year
Vietnam’s middle class expansion powered by rising incomes
The Gioi Di Dong's electronics sales account for more than 28 percent of revenue
While suppliers can barely manage to pay commissions of 10 percent, retail chains like Big C reportedly want up to...
The chain has been expanding its businesses overseas
The company also owns 38 convenience stores around Ho Chi Minh City