Dệơn vấs Đồc ời, Ɲiớn Đà, and ƻợi v᯽ ẹhƃm ƽa Ɣềm ἀn ƛc, the Vietnamese equivalent of eBay, are all owned by Vietnamese-owned car brands.
“They’re all really good cars,” said Trễn Văn Čh Tien, an avid motorcyclist who runs a car dealership in the city of Ho Chi Minh City.
“It’s a very nice place to live in and I would like to see more Vietnamese-run car dealerships.”
The Vietnamese have also embraced the idea of being part of a global movement that has created a network of car dealers and fleets to compete with Japanese and Chinese manufacturers, said Věn, who is the president of a car dealers association in Ho Chi Maju province.
“The Vietnamese are now starting to make cars that are really well-made, well-priced, and affordable,” VĘn said.
“There are a lot of foreign car dealers in Vietnam, but we’re doing our own thing here.”
The country’s car market is estimated to be worth $20 billion, according to research firm Deloitte, making it the third-largest global car market.
It is also one of the few Asian markets in which carmakers are competing for buyers, with Chinese automakers such as Toyota and Nissan the dominant players.
For its part, Toyota is one of Vietnam’s biggest and most respected carmakers, which is why it has built factories in the country.
The Chinese car industry is worth $17.8 billion in global sales, according a Deloitterex report published in March.
In addition to its large and growing automotive sector, Vietnam is also home to some of the largest companies in renewable energy, including Siemens, which builds turbines for wind power.
While Vietnam’s manufacturing sector has grown rapidly in the past few decades, the country still lags behind other Asian countries when it comes to renewable energy and clean energy, said Tran Thi Huong, vice president of the Association of Southeast Asian and Pacific Chambers of Commerce.
This lack of investment in renewable and clean power could be contributing to the country’s current financial woes, he said.
In fact, the national budget deficit is estimated at around $500 million, and some analysts believe that the current shortfall is a result of the government’s inability to meet its promises.
To solve the problem, Vęn and his partners are building the world’s largest solar-power system that will generate enough power to power 1.5 million homes for a year, or 1,000 homes per year, according the National Energy Administration.
Vęm’s new project also involves the construction of a solar farm that will provide electricity to over 300,000 households.
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And Vietnam has a huge population, with over 11 million people.
But for many of them, finding a good-paying job is a challenge.
Some car dealers have begun offering a lower-paying jobs in their local markets in an effort to attract more prospective buyers.
According to a report by the Institute of Southeast Asia and Pacific Studies (IPSAS), Vietnam is home to around 15 million foreign-owned businesses, accounting for 8.7% of the countrys GDP.
However, in Vietnam’s Southeast Asia-Pacific region, there are just over 50 million foreign investors, or 3.2% of GDP, according data compiled by IPSAS.
Meanwhile, the car industry, like many other sectors in the region, is struggling.
As a result, car companies have resorted to using their own vehicles as a means of transportation to survive, said Bui Hội Thuong, the president and CEO of the Vietnamese car dealership group, Saigon Car Dealers.
Saigon Car Dealer, which has four dealers in Ho Ka Long, said it is now in the process of developing a car that can compete with other models in its market.