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HCM City calls for Korean investment in key fields

17:34 | 05/29/2015

Ho Chi Minh City has appealed to the Republic of Korea (RoK) for investments in infrastructure modernisation, the support industry, high technology, personnel development, labour cooperation and environmental protection, the Saigon Giai phong newspaper reported.

PM embarks on series of international working visits

09:13 | 05/29/2015

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is attending a signing ceremony for the Vietnam – Eurasian Economic Union free trade agreement in Kazakhstan and is travelling to Algeria, Portugal and Bulgaria for official visits from May 29 – June 6 at the invitation of his counterparts of respective countries.

Students obtain high praise at ACM/ICPC global contest

15:35 | 05/26/2015

(VOV) - The Java # team from the Vietnam National University’s College of Technology has garnered praise at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) which was held in Morocco on May 25.

Vietnam’s deficit widens as domestic demand rebounds

14:35 | 05/25/2015

(VOV) - The Vietnam trade deficit widened less than expected in the five months leading up to June and a rebound in imports hinted to some firming in domestic demand early in the second quarter of the year.

Foreign firms hungry for slice of the market

15:25 | 05/25/2015

Overseas food companies are eager to grab a slice of the thriving Vietnamese food ingredients industry.

Expos to give shot in the arm to manufacturing sector

09:52 | 05/25/2015

ASEAN’s leading exhibition organiser Reed Tradex Co., Ltd. hopes to drive the growth of the manufacturing industry in Vietnam via its two high-profile exhibitions, Vietnam Manufacturing Expo 2015, and NEPCON Vietnam 2015.

HCM City's enterprises eye Myanmar market

17:43 | 05/24/2015

Ho Chi Minh City is implementing several trade promotional activities in Myanmar to help its enterprises effectively tap into potential markets, the Vietnam Economic Times reported.

HCM City, Italy foster textile cooperation

17:54 | 05/22/2015

(VOV) -The HCM City University of Technology (HCMUT) and Association of Italian Textile Machine Manufacturers (ACIMIT) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the textiles industry for mutual benefit.

Ho Chi Minh City fosters trade ties with Japanese region

12:00 | 05/22/2015

Ho Chi Minh City hopes to receive more foreign investors in the support industry, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Tat Thanh Cang.

China, Vietnam sign MoU to boost cooperation in agriculture

10:41 | 05/21/2015

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and China’s Ministry of Agriculture on May 20 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further expand cooperation in agriculture.

Int’l Energy Expo opens in Hanoi

16:16 | 05/20/2015

(VOV) - Vietnam is now experiencing strong economic growth, but the increasing rate of development also brings higher energy usage and cost and is the primary reason the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has organized Entech Hanoi 2015.

Japan, Vietnam push forwards trade cooperation

16:11 | 05/20/2015

Business operation will be facilitated in Vietnam and Japan through an extended economic cooperation framework agreement between Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Kansai Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry, as determined on May 19.

ANZ sees Vietnam trade deficit as ‘good’

09:38 | 05/15/2015

Vietnam’s trade deficit is inevitable in Vietnam for 2015 and 2016 but the coming deterioration in the country’s trade balance is assessed as ‘good’, said ANZ Bank.

Vietnam regarded as Czech Republic's priority partner

18:22 | 05/13/2015

(VOV) -Vietnam is a priority partner of the Czech Republic in Southeast Asia, said Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka while receiving President Truong Tan Sang on May 13.

Vietnam agriculture exports face uphill struggle

17:52 | 05/10/2015

(VOV) -Vietnam agriculture, forestry and aquatic exports in the four months leading up to May dipped 5.1% on-year to US$8.5 billion, renewing pressure on the government to get the stalled sector moving.