Vietnam has contained the COVID-19 epidemic and is rebooting its economy. Economists say it is an opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to promote production and trade. The garment and textile industry is among the hardest hit sectors from COVID-19. Its export value declined 20% in April compared to the previous month, prompting its four-month export value to fall 6.6% to about US$10 billion. To address the situation, many businesses have focused more on the domestic market. “We notice a good sign that customers prefer our products, especislly newly introduced office fashion lines,” said Bui Duc Thang, Marketing Chief of the Garments 10 Company. “Revenue has gradually increased and our business has fairly returned to normal.” To reboot production and trade, garment makers have redefined their product lines and markets and set up links among manufacturers and distributors. They have upgraded and expanded production infrastructure and service facilities to meet consumer needs. “During the pandemic, we refurbished our convenient stores and food shops in the inner city to better serve customers. We’ll continue to repair our stores and build 100 more from now to the end of this year,” Nguyen Tien Vuong, Deputy General Director of Hanoi Hapro Group, told VOV. The total retail sales of… Read full this story
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