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Demand for cars to boom in 2020: MoIT forecast

Demand for cars to boom in 2020: MoIT forecast

The average income per capita in Vietnam will reach about US$3,000 in 2020 and the demand for cars will boom, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s (MoIT) forecast presented on Thursday (October 12) at a seminar in Hanoi.

Foreign firms to keep lead in exports

Foreign firms to keep lead in exports

The foreign-invested sector, with electronics taking the lead, is expected to continue occupying the lion’s share of Vietnam’s exports over the next few years.

Efforts to stabilise market in year’s end

Efforts to stabilise market in year’s end

The Departments of Industry and Trade have been urged to actively launch trade promotion and market stabilisation programmes and connect supply-demand in peak times.

Businesses face hurdles to enter global supply chain

Businesses face hurdles to enter global supply chain

VOV.VN - The Ministry of Industry and Trade held a seminar on Friday (October 6) in Hanoi to discuss policies to help Vietnamese businesses participate in the supply chain during the period of integration.

Vietnam seeks ways to engage more deeply in global value chains

Vietnam seeks ways to engage more deeply in global value chains

Vietnam has successfully integrated in several global value chains and can increase its added value by policy reforms and initiatives in the fields of transport, services, border procedures and regional integration, said Ousmane Dione, World Bank (WB) Country Director for Vietnam.

Export revenue likely to hit US$200 billion in 2017

Export revenue likely to hit US$200 billion in 2017

Vietnam is likely to reach a total export turnover of US$200 billion for the whole year, surging over 13% from last year and exceeding the set target, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai affirmed at the regular meeting held in Hanoi on July 14.

Vietnam’s long-term goals not affected by US TPP withdrawal

Vietnam’s long-term goals not affected by US TPP withdrawal

The US’s withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership may make certain impacts on Vietnam’s short-term plans but will not affect the country’s long-term goals and integration direction, according to Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai.

Joint forum promotes Vietnam, Malaysia bilateral trade

Joint forum promotes Vietnam, Malaysia bilateral trade

VOV.VN - To promote investment and trade relations between Vietnam and Malaysia, a major conference was held on December 8 in Hanoi as a platform for business people from the two countries to interact.

Support industry website launched

Support industry website launched

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has launched a website to update regularly legal documents and policies of State agencies on the support industry at www.support.gov.vn.

EU helps Vietnam put new focus on food safety

EU helps Vietnam put new focus on food safety

VOV.VN - The EU is supporting the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) to educate the nation’s farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, consumers and street vendors on safe food handling practices.

Firms urged to sell Vietnam products in rural areas

Firms urged to sell Vietnam products in rural areas

The role of firms remained critical in expanding points of sales and building a solid distribution foothold in rural markets where local residents had a thirst for locally-produced goods, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Inaugural China-ASEAN Expo gets underway in Hanoi

Inaugural China-ASEAN Expo gets underway in Hanoi

VOV.VN - Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai on June 16 delivered the keynote address at the International Exhibition Centre in Hanoi opening the 16th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO).

Vietnam, South Africa discuss US$3 bln trade turnover

Vietnam, South Africa discuss US$3 bln trade turnover

Vietnam and South Africa agreed to double efforts to lift bilateral trade revenue to US$3 billion by 2020 at the third meeting of their joint trade committee in South Africa’s capital of Pretoria. The five-day session convened on June 6.