The Ministry of Industry and Trade has decided to extend the safeguard measure on imported monoammonium phosphate (MAP) and diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilisers.
The 46th Consultative Committee Meeting of the Colombo Plan (CCM46) kicked off in Hanoi on October 30. This is the first time Vietnam has hosted the Colombo Plan’s important session, which this year is being held to focus on gender equality.
The Australian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City announced on August 20 that it has opened applications for the grants round for the 2018-2019 Direct Aid Programme (DAP), which is dedicated to projects in provinces and cities from Da Nang southwards.
The Australian Embassy in Hanoi on June 29 began receiving applications for its Direct Aid Programme (DAP), which grants financial support for projects carried out in localities from the north to the central province of Thua Thien-Hue during 2018-2019.
Official safeguard measures will be applied on DAP and MAP fertilizer products imported into Vietnam as investigations showed that domestic production has been seriously harmed by imported fertilizers.
Following the implementation of a provisional tax on imported fertilisers, more things need to be done to help balance benefits of both local producers’ and farmers’ benefits, industry insiders have agreed.
The imposition of temporary safeguard duties on DAP and MAP fertiliser imports into Vietnam, which came into effect on August 19, is an effort to help protect the domestic fertiliser industry but might push up production costs for farmers.
The Australian Embassy will begin on August 15 accepting applications for its Direct Aid Programme (DAP) grant round 2017-18 for projects in northern Vietnam, which covers provinces north of, and including, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) recently issued Decision No.3044/QD-BCT applying temporary safeguard measures against diammonium phosphate (DAP) and monoammonium phosphate (MAP) fertilisers.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has issued Decision No. 1682A/QD-BCT on launching safeguard investigations against imported DAP fetiliser products.
The Consulate General of Australia in Ho Chi Minh City inked an agreement on February 22 on providing aid worth nearly AUD204,000 (US$156,670) for 11 community projects in Vietnam.
Vietnam utilises 11 million tonnes of fertiliser annually and its consumption of local products is rising, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and other National Assembly (NA) deputies of northern Hai Phong city met with voters of Hai An district on November 25 to announce the outcomes of the 14th NA’s second session which just concluded in Hanoi on November 23.
(VOV) - The Australian Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City has announced the opening of applications for the 2015-16 round of the Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program grants for projects in central and southern Vietnam.
As a large agricultural producer, Vietnam has much demand for fertilisers and plant protection chemicals, offering much opportunity for companies in the field.
(VOV) - Australian Ambassador Hugh Borrowman on February 27 announced an aid package worth AUD230.000 for 13 community development projects in northern Vietnam.
(VOV) -The Australian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City on August 13 formally launched a Direct Aid Programme (DAP) for projects in the central and southern provinces of Vietnam.
(VOV) - The Australian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City on January 8 signed a Direct Aid Program (DAP) for 11 projects to be carried out in southern Vietnam.
Vietnam plans to import 11 million tonnes of fertiliser for agricultural production next year, a major increase from this year's total of 10.3 million, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
(VOV) -The Australian Embassy in Hanoi has announced its 2013–14 Direct Aid Program (DAP), worth an estimated AUD159.1 million to targeted northern and central provinces.