The official US visit of PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc from May 29-31 demonstrates Vietnam’s consistent policy on enhancing trade relations with the US, which has been Vietnam’s top trade partners for the past 10 consecutive years.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and a high-ranking delegation of the Government left Hanoi on the night of May 28 (Vietnam time) for an official visit to the United State from May 29-31 at the invitation of US President Donald Trump.
Increasing mutual visits at all levels between Vietnam and the US illustrate growing bilateral ties, Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Pham Quang Vinh said on the threshold of an official visit to the US by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The official visit from May 29-31 will be the first trip to the US by Nguyen Xuan Phuc as Prime Minister of Vietnam and also the first time a Vietnamese senior leader will meet with US President Donald Trump since the countries had new leaders.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc will make an official visit to the US from May 29-31, the Foreign Ministry announced on May 23.
President Tran Dai Quang encouraged US businesses to make investment in Vietnam’s energy, oil and gas, infrastructure, finance-banking, education and training, and tourism while addressing a workshop on the Vietnam-US prospects in 2017 and the following years in Hanoi on May 19.
VOV.VN - President Donald Trump has signed an executive order seeking a comprehensive review of the massive US trade deficit totalling more than US$500 billion per annum with 16 countries including China and Vietnam.
Trade officials from the eleven remaining members of the TPP will hold discussions in the coming weeks and ministers will meet again in May in Vietnam to continue debate over the TPP.
Senior executives of 29 US businesses expressed their desire to do long-term business in Vietnam during a meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in Hanoi on March 9.
Senior economist Nguyen Mai has a look at the international standing before and after US President Donald Trump took office and shares his views on what Vietnam should do to capitalise on the new situation.
Vietnam’s hopes for a FTA-driven economic rise within ASEAN must now rely on the only free trade agreement seen as realistically achievable, the EU-Vietnam FTA, experts said at a conference held on February 16 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has lauded the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) for boosting ties with Vietnam in policymaking, administrative reform, education and personnel training.
A report by the prestigious global accounting firm of PricewaterhouseCooper (PWC) predicts continued economic growth for Vietnam until 2050 period, with annual GDP increase of 5.1%, on average.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said the Vietnam-US cooperation ties have progressed bilaterally and multilaterally, benefiting the two countries and regional peace, stability, cooperation, and development.
US President Donald Trump on January 23 signed an executive order to withdraw the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP).
VOV.VN - On January 21, State and government leaders of Vietnam extended messages of congratulations to the 45th US President Donald Trump and the 48th US Vice President Mike Pence on their inauguration.
Vietnam maintains consistent policy of attaching much importance to the relations with the US, while standing ready to work with the new administration to promote achievements in bilateral ties and make it further thrive, said Deputy Foreign Minister Ha Kim Ngoc
Vietnam in 2016 saw a high farm produce trade surplus of US$7.6 billion, but big difficulties are still ahead, including returning protectionism with Brexit and US President-elect Donald Trump.
VOV.VN - The World Bank predicts a slight recovery of the global economy in the coming years amid rallying oil and commodity prices and the expansion of emerging markets and developing economies.
Remittances to Ho Chi Minh City reached US$5 billion in 2016, said Deputy Director of the State Bank of Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City branch Nguyen Hoang Minh on January 10.