News & Updates

  • Smart use of pesticides plays an important role in modern agriculture 17.09.2018

    CropLife and member companies will continue to introduce cutting-edge technologies to Vietnamese farmers, enabling and empowering them through technologies, such as safe and effective crop protection products, to produce more food, use less input resources, achieve better lives, and help propel the national economy. Using the recommended volume of pesticides is an effective solution to improve the sustainable, inclusive development of modern agriculture. 


  • Vietnam’s processed coffee looks to create a buzz in global markets 17.09.2018

    Several businesses have set up strategies to help their processed coffee products win the trust of global consumers, given their belief that Vietnamese coffee has the strength and potential to do so. Many surveys show that today’s consumers have high demands for clean coffee. Notably, almost all export markets request that product origins be traceable. Businesses need to not only actively build brands but also satisfy the demands of modern consumerism.


  • Growing mulberries, raising silkworms boosts income of farmers 17.09.2018

    The mountain district of Duc Linh in Binh Thuan province is encouraging local farmers to grow mulberries and raise silkworms using new techniques and seedlings. Their profitability is three times that of traditional crops. Ho Doan Hung is one of the farmers in Sung Nhon commune, Binh Thuan province, who have changed their crop structure.


  • At least eight Dutch entries make top design awards shortlist 13.09.2018

    What do drones recreating the flight of starlings, a ceramic water dispenser and the Dutch women’s football team logo have in common? They are all among the Dutch projects which have made the short list of a prestigious international design award. In total, at least eight different Dutch design groups have made it to the shortlist of the annual Beazley Designs of the Year competition, organised by the Design Museum in London.


  • Shell To Spend $200m On Campus In The Hague, Invest In New Energy Sources 13.09.2018

    Oil giant Shell is poised to announce a €200m investment in a new campus in The Hague on the site of its current headquarters, the Financieele Dagblad said on Monday. Shell plans to both expand its operations on the Carel van Bylandtlaan and create hundreds of jobs in its New Energies division, which will also be headquartered in The Hague, the paper said.