Vietnamese largest automaker exports 50 semi-trailers to US

Vietnamese largest automaker exports 50 semi-trailers to US

Vietnamese conglomerate Truong Hai Auto Corporation (THACO) has successfully exported 50 semi-trailers to the United States in early May, its second batch to the market after a first comprising 69 units in 2020, THAOCO has reported.
Vietnam carmaker Vinfast buys GM Holden's testing centre in Australia

Vietnam carmaker Vinfast buys GM Holden's testing centre in Australia

Vinfast said on September 9 it had bought GM Holden’s Lang Lang Testing Centre in Australia, as part of its efforts to expand internationally.
Mitsubishi plans to develop second automobile factory in Binh Dinh province

Mitsubishi plans to develop second automobile factory in Binh Dinh province

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has intention to build an automobile manufacturing plant in Binh Dinh province, marking its second manufacturing facility in Vietnam.  
Huyndai Motor's May sale witnessing fall sharply amid Covid-19 pandemic

Huyndai Motor's May sale witnessing fall sharply amid Covid-19 pandemic

Hyundai Motor Co of South Korea announced on June 1 that its provisional May sales fell sharply due to impacts of corona virus outbreak.
Toyota, Honda, Hyundai halt production in Vietnam due to coronavirus

Toyota, Honda, Hyundai halt production in Vietnam due to coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the production of automobile manufactures in Vietnam. Most recently, Vietnam-based Hyundai assembler TC Motor and Honda Vietnam have shut down their plants for two weeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the companies said on Wednesday.    
Ford Vietnam has to suspends its production

Ford Vietnam has to suspends its production

Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Ford Motors - one of the largest international automakers in Vietnam - has become the first to suspend production as a safety measure . 
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New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers Economy

New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 28 October 2021 - A new survey examining the awareness and usage of nutritional supplements in the Asia Pacific region revealed that four out of five consumers in believe their health is a "work in progress," and 86% have been taking steps to improve their health in the past year.
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