VOV.VN - In the first quarter of this year, imports from China jumped by 18.9% to nearly US$12.7 billion against the same period last year, making up 27.3% of the country’s total imports, according to preliminary statistics from the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
The zero percent tariff under the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA) will bring more goods from ASEAN and China to Vietnam.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s exports to China rises by 10% per year, however, the country’s trade deficit with China remains large.
Vietnam continued reducing import taxes on oil products, beginning April 4, according to the Ministry of Finance.
(VOV) - Potentially one of the most monumental and important free trade agreements that Vietnam has ever entered into is poised to be signed. The Vietnam-Russia trade deal could create billions of dollars in new markets for Vietnam exporters.
A HSBC report released on March 19 anticipates that Vietnam's merchandise exports will grow at around 12% annually between 2014-2016, although last year's figure was 15.4% in nominal US dollar terms.
(VOV) - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has stressed how valuable Vietnam considers investment cooperation between Chinese and ASEAN businesses in his opening address at the China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO 2013) and the 10thChina-ASEAN Business and Investment (CABIS).
A forum on ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) under the theme of “mutual beneficial, win-win cooperation” was held in Nanning city, Guangxi province, China on January 7.