(VOV) - There are promising signs that timber exports will further pick up this year.
(VOV) - The footwear industry is targeting an export turnover of US$8 billion and a 10.7 percent growth rate in 2013.
(VOV) - The EU’s strict ban on honey imports from Vietnam has caused huge losses for domestic businesses.
(VOV) -Signing the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the European Union (EU) and Vietnam will create opportunities for exported Vietnamese agricultural products in the EU market.
(VOV) -Two-way trade turnover between Vietnam and Slovakia was estimated at more than US$300 million in 2012.
The European Union (EU) has lifted the ban on the import of fresh bee honey from Vietnam, according to the European Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Footwear - one of Vietnam’s key hard currency earners in the European Union (EU) – looks to benefits it will reap from the General Scheme of Preferences (GSP) offered by the market in 2014-2016.
The removal of import tariffs within the framework of the free trade agreement (FTA) with the EU will create better opportunities for Vietnam than for its rivals in the EU market, according to chief of the consultants group of the EU Multilateral Trade Assistance Project, Claudio Dordi.
Free trade agreements between ASEAN countries and the EU will help Vietnam's footwear industry enjoy a reduction of tariffs from the current 12.4 percent to zero.
In the first months of 2013, crab exports to the European Union (EU) enjoyed a dramatic year-on-year rise of nearly 200 percent. The export of crab and other crustaceans to the EU generated US$8.3 million, up 18 percent from last year.
(VOV) - The 3rd ASEAN-EU Business Summit—a high profile forum for economic dialogue—aims to foster stronger trade and investment ties between the two blocs.
(VOV) - Forecasts are confidently predicting the EU market’s promise for Vietnamese goods in 2013 as both sides maintain their traditionally stable relationship and intensify their efforts towards the signing of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
The European Union has shown its continued support for Vietnam’s global economic integration with the launch of the European Trade Policy and Investment Support Project in Hanoi on December 11.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s telephone and component exports to the EU have continued to grow, worth an estimated US$5 billion this year.
Exporting to the EU market is predicted to be harder next year and growth will be reduced to only 10 percent against this year's 20 percent estimation, said Dang Hoang Hai, director of the Ministry of Industry and Trade's European Market Department.