Central Highlands farmers enjoy high prices of agricultural products

Central Highlands farmers enjoy high prices of agricultural products

This year, many key crops in the Central Highlands, such as black pepper, coffee, passion fruit, and cassava, have had high prices, which have helped farmers to have a decent income. Thanks to that, farmers can go shopping comfortably to welcome the 2022 Lunar New Year with joy and excitement.
2021 a very special year for Swiss-Vietnamese partnership: Ambassador

2021 a very special year for Swiss-Vietnamese partnership: Ambassador

On the occasion of the National Day of Switzerland (August 1), the upcoming visit to Vietnam by the European country’s Vice President and Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis, and the 50th anniversary of the bilateral diplomatic relations, Swiss Ambassador to Vietnam Ivo Sieber wrote an article describing 2021 as a “very special” year for the Swiss-Vietnamese partnership. Following is the full text:
Foreign enterprises place trust, raise investment in Dong Nai

Foreign enterprises place trust, raise investment in Dong Nai

The trust of investors in the local business climate and support from authorities for enterprises count among the factors that have helped southern Dong Nai province almost reach its foreign direct investment (FDI) target for the year.
Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

In the context that natural resources are increasingly exhausted, the promotion of recycling and reuse of wastes, by-products, and defective products in the production and processing process is a measure to save costs and protect the environment effectively. Recycled wastes not only contribute to reducing input materials but also limiting output gas emissions.
Coffee yields of many coffee plantations in Buon Ma Thuot City decrease by about 30 percent. (Photo: SGGP)

Coffee farmers suffer poor crop, low price

Coffee farmers in the Central Highlands of Vietnam are entering the harvest season anxiously as the prices of coffee are still kept at a low level, whereas the production costs are increasing. Many localities have considered choosing a new production model to increase coffee yield.
(Photo: SGGP)

Third Vietnam Coffee Day opens in Gia Lai

The third Vietnam Coffee Day kicked off at Dai Doan Ket Square in Pleiku City in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai on December 9, highlighting the country’s coffee-drinking culture.