Steel manufacturers are facing bigger barriers, trade remedies and measures to restrict imports from major markets. However, exports are expected to reach US$3 billion this year.
The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has received a document from the National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (NAFIQAD) affirming that Vietnam is able to meet all requirements in Australia’s new import conditions for processed shrimps.
Australia is a choosy but promising market with large consumption capacity, Vice President of Australia-Vietnam Business Council Cann Lee has said.
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh called for Australian and Vietnamese businesses to foster their trade and investment partnership, prioritizing cooperation, in human resources, infrastructure, high technology, wind power and renewable power from waste.
VOV.VN - The Australian Anti-Dumping Commission has announced it has opened import injury proceedings and an investigation regarding shipments of wire rod in coil from Vietnam, the Republic of Korea and Indonesia.
Authorities of the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long held a working session with Seraco international education consulting company on June 6 to discuss trade and investment promotion with Australia.
Fireworks teams from the UK, Australia and Italy will compete in the final night of the 2017 Da Nang International Fireworks Festival on June 26, heard a press conference on June 4.
VOV.VN - Fourteen years after the country first applied, Vietnamese processors are still struggling to export fresh lychees to Australia.
VOV.VN - Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) has announced to stop countervailing duty investigations into aluminium extrusions imported from Vietnam.
The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has announced that the government decided to lift the shrimp import suspension on some products, according to the Vietnam Commercial Office in Australia.
Vietnam beat Scotland 4-1 for their third win at the Total Badminton World Federation Sudirman Cup, the World Team Championships in Australia on May 24.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese cattlemen have requested the Vientiane Cattle Breeding and Entrepreneurs Association to supply up to 400 head of cattle per day to meet the increasing consumer demand for beef.
A forum was held in Hanoi on May 23 with a view to providing Australia with an insight into the real situation of Vietnam’s energy industry and helping domestic firms to explore the possibility of cooperation with Australian partners.
VOV.VN - Trade between Vietnam and Australia hit more than US$1.89 billion in the first four months of this year, of which Vietnam’s exports reached nearly US$1.05 billion (up 21.2%) and imports were US$848 million (up 14.2%) against the same period last year.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, is working with Australia’s relevant agencies towards the early lift of Australia’s ban on the import of shrimp and uncooked shelled shrimp.
Ministers from 11 countries joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are scheduled to gather in Hanoi on May 21, with Japan pushing for the free trade pact to be put into force as soon as possible without the US.
The Australian Government is sponsoring a training programme for leaders and officials of Da Nang to enhance their English language and intercultural communication skills to contribute to a successful APEC year in Vietnam.
A club of Vietnamese scientists living in Australia’s Queensland state made its debut recently in Brisbane city with the purpose to connect Vietnamese scientists to contribute to scientific and technological development in the homeland.
VOV.VN - Australian Regional Express Airlines on May 12 celebrated the graduation of the first group of Vietnamese cadets trained at its pilot academy, the Australian Airline Pilot Academy, in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.
The Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang is implementing a sub-project on managing and mitigating the risk of floods in Ba Rai – Phu An area, which is funded by the Asian Development Bank and the Australia Agency for International Development (AusAID).