E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

Supermarkets' Activities in Vietnam Aim at Green Consumption and Green Growth in Vietnam

Author(s): Vu Thi Kim Duong


The development of supermarkets stimulates the development of manufacturing and service industries, contributing to increasing the circulation value of goods, increasing the number of jobs for society, and helping consumers have good conditions. In shopping based on the variety of goods, flexibility in shopping time and reduction in shopping costs. That also means that natural resources and other resources are used more and the environment will suffer more impacts from economic growth, especially the growth of service economic sectors. Serving increasing consumer demand in both quantity and quality of goods and services. In the economy, regarding input factors and output factors, supermarkets play an important role in implementing green growth. Supermarkets can influence manufacturers and suppliers to improve the efficiency of resource use, especially minimizing damage to the natural environment in exploitation and use. Natural resources into production, reduce emissions and waste from production directly into the environment, use them reasonably and comply with legal regulations on labor in production and business. Consumers need to be consulted and guided, need to satisfy their needs in conditions suitable to the living environment, and need to be raised aware of green consumption trends and the benefits of improving quality. Life is associated with green growth, which has an important contribution from supermarkets in sales and communication activities. The article studies the need to develop supermarkets towards green consumption and green growth, the current status of the development of supermarkets in Vietnam and solutions to develop supermarkets towards promoting green consumption and green growth. Next time.

Keywords: Green Growth, Green Consumption, Green Supermarket

Pages: 1219-1222

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