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The National Steering Committee for Electricity Development proposed the investor of Bac Lieu LNG-to-power project to keep the selling price of power at 7 US cent per kWh to save time in negotiating power purchase agreement (PPA).
Japanese car giant Honda reports a new record in scooter sales volume in Vietnam, with the total sales of scooters expected to reach 2.5 million units in the 2019 fiscal year.
After a successful initial public offering (IPO), PetroVietnam Power Corporation (PV Power)—the second-largest electricity producer in Vietnam—is ready to list its shares on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UpCOM) tomorrow and is looking for a strategic investor.
After acquiring 53.56 per cent stake in Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Corporation (Sabeco), ThaiBev announced plans to sell between 1.85 and 2 billion litres of beer and increase Sabeco’s market share to 50 per cent this year.
Although Euro Auto’s imports do not receive customs clearing since November 2016, recently, the official BMW distributor in Vietnam has introduced a new model and customers are still receiving cars from the company.
In the endeavour to reduce emissions and the dependence on fossil fuels, many governments have been adopting preferential policies for green vehicles, while car-makers are increasingly seeing the value of turning green and coming out with environment-friendly vehicles. However, in Vietnam, the policies to support green vehicles are still lacklustre.
Diesel automobiles manufacturers and importers will have to apply the Euro 4 standard from the end of December 31, 2017, as stipulated in the Notice 126/TB-VPCP dated March 10, 2017 by the Prime Minister.
As Vietnam Electricity Corporation (EVN) has to borrow from official development aid (ODA) and foreign financial institutions demand to invest in its projects, exchange rate pressures may not decrease in the near future, which will likely impact power price.
Though major changes are on the horizon for the domestic auto industry, the Vietnamese government has so far failed to provide a roadmap for new emission standards, and carmakers are getting concerned.
The recent proposal of four Vietnamese steel producers to raise the tariff on steel ingots and steel bars imported to Vietnam has received strong opposition from other steel companies.