Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh attended the 19th ASEAN Plus Three Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, the eighth East Asia Summit (EAS) Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and the 25th ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) in Singapore on August 4.
The 51st ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM 51) ended on August 2 in Singapore with a Joint Communiqué urging the bloc to strengthen its internal strength through increasing intra-bloc trade and investment and regional economic connectivity.
The Vietnam-Malaysia relations have been consolidated and developed across the fields of politics-diplomacy, defence-security, economy, and cultural exchange over the past 45 years, according to Vietnamese Ambassador to Malaysia Le Quy Quynh.
Amid rising trade barriers, experts have said Vietnamese firms should improve their awareness of trade remedies and appeals processes.
VOV.VN -Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc spoke of his appreciation for the Vietnam visit by US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo at a reception for the latter in Hanoi on July 9.
VOV.VN - Vietnam attaches great importance to and expects the Vietnam-US comprehensive partnership to continue to further grow in a stable, extensive and effective manner, said Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh at his talks with US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo in Hanoi on July 9.
Improving competitive capacity to expand export markets and understanding of international trade regulations are significant for Vietnamese steel firms to respond to trade defence lawsuits in the context of growing protectionism, said Chairman of Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) Ho Nghia Dung.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue is paying an official visit to Brazil from July 2-3 with the aim to boost the Vietnam-Brazil relations.
Vietnam’s steel and steel products have been subject to many anti-dumping lawsuits in recent years.
Senior officials of ASEAN and China held the 15th meeting on the implementation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East Sea (DOC) in Hunan province, China, on June 27.
Some US steel producers have lodged a request to the Department of Commerce (DOC) to ask for investigations into and application of preventive measures against the avoidance of paying anti-dumping tax and anti-subsidy tax on corrosion-resistant carbon steel imported from Vietnam.
The seafood companies should work closer with various ministries such as trade and industry and foreign affairs to overcome trade barriers that hinder Vietnamese seafood exports, a top agriculture official said.
Governor General of Canada Julie Payette stated that Vietnam is an important partner of Canada in the region and that Canada supports and wants to reinforce friendship and long-term cooperation with Vietnam.
High anti-dumping tariff and the US Seafood Import Monitoring Programme (SIMP) are now key barriers facing Vietnamese shrimp exporters.
Senior officials of the ASEAN countries and China held their 24th consultation (ACSOC-24) in Singapore on June 8 to review bilateral relations and discuss measures to reinforce the cooperation and strategic partnership between ASEAN and China.
Senior officials’ meetings within the framework of the ASEAN+3, the East Asia Summit (EAS) and the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) took place in Singapore on June 6 and 7.
VOV.VN -Vietnam attaches great importance to and wishes to strengthen lasting friendship and cooperation with Canada in an effective, practical and stable manner especially when both nations have increasingly shared bilateral, regional and international benefits.
Independence, self-reliance, promotion of cooperation and observance of international laws are fundamental to security, peace and development, said Defence Minister Ngo Xuan Lich at the 17th Asia Security Summit or Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore on June 2.
Vietnam and Japan have issued a joint statement on the occasion of the State visit to Japan by President Tran Dai Quang from May 29 to June 2.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is working with steel businesses to handle procedures required by the US Department of Commerce (DoC) to seek exemption from duties by proving their products are not made from Chinese materials.