(VEN) - The average consumer price index (CPI) in the first four months of 2019 increased 2.71 percent over the same period in 2018, the lowest first-four-month increase in the last three years. Hot summer weather has increased demand for electric cooling equipment According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, no adverse changes were found in the essential goods market in April 2019. The price of steel and cement products increased on March 20, 2019 due to an 8.36-percent surge in the electricity price, becoming relatively stable in April. Fresh food prices were stable last month. The price of pork rose slightly in early April but fell in the second half of the same month, especially in northern provinces, due to the African swine cholera outbreak and falling pork demand as a consequence of the ongoing hot weather. Increases in petrol and electricity prices affected the April CPI. However, the State Bank of Vietnam’s (SBV) flexible monetary policy has … [Read more...] about Consumer prices maintain stability
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Deputy Hoàng Quang Hàm of Phú Thọ Province raises his opinion in the discussion in NA meeting on Monday. – VNA/VNS Photo Phương Hoa HÀ NỘI — National Assembly (NA) deputies on Monday bemoaned shortcomings in Government management of land prices, with rampant speculation causing skyrocketing prices. A report by a NA monitoring group delivered by Vũ Hồng Thanh, head of the NA Economic Committee, slammed shortcomings in laws and law enforcement on urban planning and land use, including approving urban projects. Deputies were speaking during a discussion on land issues since the Law on Land came into effect from 2013. A separate Government report said land use decisions had been carried out transparently, were accepted by citizens and contributed to development. The Law on Land regulates fixed price frames, price tables and market prices, with fixed price frames and tables used for State agencies, and market … [Read more...] about NA deputies slam out of control land prices
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese consumers thought if importers could satisfy the strict requirements stipulated in Decree 116, they would be able to buy cars at reasonable prices. That hasn’t happened. Import car prices remain unstable Predictions about import car prices change regularly. At first, analysts predicted that the prices would soar to satisfy the requirements. In the second half of 2018, enterprises had overcome difficulties and many imports were expected to arrive. However, the prices remained unpredictable. Vietnamese consumers thought if importers could satisfy the strict requirements stipulated in Decree 116, they would be able to buy cars at reasonable prices. That hasn’t happened. In Vietnam, the Ford Everest 2018 price fell sharply compared with last year. US$1=VND22,000 RELATED NEWS Dozens of taxes, fees burden VN car users How expensive are cars in Vietnam? Tran Thuy … [Read more...] about Import car prices remain unstable
VietNamNet Bridge - VinFast has caught attention from the public with its impressive presence at 2018 Paris Motor Show. Now it needs to choose a reasonable pricing strategy to conquer the home market. VinFast has made an impressive presence at 2018 Paris Motor Show Analysts are guessing wildly about the prices of the two first models of VinFast. Will they be super cars with BMW’s quality and Mazda’s price? Some observers believe that a high-end car with German quality and Italian design would have a ‘Vietnamese price’.However, VinFast is not strong enough to attract buyers if it is as expensive as BMW. The most likely scenario is that VinFast’s image should be ‘pegged’ to BMW with the quality a bit lower than the German brand and the price higher than Mazda. A Chinese brand also succeeds with this strategy. Debut VinFast had a wonderful performance at Paris Motor Show with the presence of David Beckham at the stall next to the one of … [Read more...] about What will VinFast’s pricing strategy be like?
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — The Department of Farm Produce Processing and Market Development (DFPPM), under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has forecast that pepper prices will struggle to recover in July and the rest of the year. Many pepper farmers have shifted to other crops due to the continuing decline in prices and outbreaks of diseases. The DFPPM suggested helping farmers and producers to form cooperatives and associations to provide technical training and ensure consumption. Planning was also needed to stop pepper farmers from growing huge crops as in previous years. In addition, localities need to promote and build brand names for each region to develop sustainably, the DFPPM said. Drop in pepper prices The Import-Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced recent drops in pepper prices in June. The price of black pepper on the domestic market decreased by between 4.4 per cent and 7 per … [Read more...] about Pepper prices will struggle to recover this year: MARD