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Vietnam’s wood industry is leaving behind a successful 2020, ready to embrace the new advantages that some of last year’s signed and effective trade agreements bring with them. However, local associations recommend shifting the focus from purely manufacturing consumer goods to creating identifiable brands and innovations.
Coffee has become one of the most profitable crops for farmers, especially in the Central Highlands region, which receives support from global producers and distributors. However, the cooperation needs to improve consistency and keep sustainability as a key consideration, even for farmers aiming for short-term profits.
The Vietnam Value Programme aims at further cementing high-quality standards through choosing national brands to represent the country’s progress. VIR’s Hai Van spoke to Vu Ba Phu, director general of the Trade Promotion Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, about how this year’s event contributes towards fostering local businesses’ prestige at home and abroad.
While Vietnam has so far succeeded in battling the pandemic, realising sustainable development with everyone on board is a much more difficult task as the threat of environmental changes seems less tangible and requires the participation of all stakeholders in the country.
With a rising number of applying companies eager to participate in the Vietnam Value Programme, intellectual property rights become an issue. VIR’s Hai Van spoke with Dr. Le Ngoc Lam, former deputy director general of the National Office of Intellectual Property under the Ministry of Science and Technology, about the hurdles that companies face in protecting their innovations.
Amid the ongoing Vietnam Value Programme, BRG Group and some of its brands have been honoured by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the programme’s committee.
Over the past 10 years, experiences from agricultural public-private partnerships have produced encouraging results and led to Vietnam’s Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture model becoming a case study at Harvard University. VIR’s Hai Van spoke with Dr. Nguyen Do Anh Tuan, director of the International Cooperation Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, about the future of this model.
Along with contributions in building an image for Vietnam in the international market, honouring domestic high-quality goods and services in the framework of the Vietnam Value Programme needs to improve their value for the country, including in terms of contributions to the state budget and export turnover.
The government’s steady economic restructuring and integration into the global economy have benefited its private sector, with phenomenal growth both in the number of private companies and their contribution to the nation’s GDP. These improvements have resulted in a thriving mergers and acquisitions market. Vu Thanh Le, CEO of LM Capital, discussed with VIR’s Hai Van the key to success in this promising market.
As one of the most popular dairy brands in the domestic market, TH Group has been recognised as one of the chosen brands within the national Vietnam Value Programme, seeking to promote locally-sourced and high-quality goods.