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Aquatic exports down 10% in June

Aquatic exports down 10% in June

VOV.VN -Vietnamese aquatic exports raked in US$626 million in June, representing an annual decline of 10% with the drop largely caused by the negative impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Online threats decline in 4th quarter in Vietnam

Online threats decline in 4th quarter in Vietnam

The number of internet-borne cyberthreats in Vietnam in the fourth quarter of 2019 decreased more than 50 percent compared to the same period in 2018, according to Kaspersky Security Bulletin Q4 2019.

Vietnam's sugar industry in serious decline

Vietnam's sugar industry in serious decline

Trade fraud and large-scale smuggling in the last two years have led to closure of than one-third of sugar mills in Vietnam, and many sugarcane fields have been left uncultivated.

Vietnam exports less, but earns more from cassava

Vietnam exports less, but earns more from cassava

Cassava exports in the first seven months of the year reached 1.6 million tonnes with a value of US$580 million, a year-on-year decline of 24% in volume but a surge of 12.5% in value, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Agricultural product exports to Indonesia see sharp decline

Agricultural product exports to Indonesia see sharp decline

VOV.VN - Exports of agricultural products to Indonesia fell sharply in the first seven month of this year. They included rice (down 96%), coffee (51.2%), tea (47.7%) and fruit and vegetables (57%), according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

FDI pledges decline for third straight month

FDI pledges decline for third straight month

Total foreign direct investment (FDI) approvals in November are put at US$490 million, the lowest monthly level this year. For the third month in a row, fresh FDI pledges have fallen against the same period last year.

Garment exporters see drop in orders in first half

Garment exporters see drop in orders in first half

Vietnamese garment producers have faced a decline in orders and export values in the first half of 2016, causing a worry that the goal of exporting US$31 billion worth of garment products cannot be achieved.

Tourism decline hits City hotel market

Tourism decline hits City hotel market

A slump in tourism has hit the Ho Chi Minh City's hotel market, which saw a drop in the average rate of reserved rooms in the first six months of the year compared to the previous five years.

Trade decline via Lao Cai border gate

Trade decline via Lao Cai border gate

(VOV) -Since early this year, the quantity of Vietnam’s agricultural products exported to China through Lao Cai border gate has fallen by 13.6% and Chinese products imported to the country reduced by 42.8%.

33 provinces report no new measles cases

33 provinces report no new measles cases

(VOV) -The Ministry of Health on April 27 reported that no new measles cases have arisen in 33 provinces for the past few days, while new cases are on the decline nationwide.

Child drowning incidents decline

The number of child drowning incidents has dropped as a result of a multi-sectoral plan on child drowning prevention launched in 2011, it was reported at a conference in Hanoi on September 11.

Gloomy prospects for rice exports

Gloomy prospects for rice exports

(VOV) - Vietnam’s rice exports may not make a good profit this year due to tough competition from Thailand and India, according to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).

Deflation could be negative

Deflation could be negative

An unexpected decline in the consumer price index (CPI) in June will demonstrate that the Government has successfully controlled inflation.

FDI declines sharply in January

FDI declines sharply in January

Vietnam only attracted US$37.3 million in foreign direct investment (FDI) capital in January 2012, equivalent to 2.5 percent of the figure a year ago.

Economic decline tests valuers’ honesty

Economic decline tests valuers’ honesty

The ASEAN Valuers Association (AVA) held a pre-congress meeting and valuation seminar in Hoi An city, Quang Nam province, on April 27 for its 16th official congress.

Economic decline ‘slows down’

Economic decline ‘slows down’

The government’s stimulus packages have helped slow down the economic decline and the national economy is likely to stand firm if enterprises are keen to upgrade their technology.