Vietnam’s FDI capital likely to hit US$40 billion this year
Vietnam’s FDI capital likely to hit US$40 billion this year

VOV.VN - Vietnam expects to attract about US$39-40 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) capital this year, a figure which is equivalent or higher than the same period in 2023, said Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Quoc Phuong.

Vietnam’s FDI capital likely to hit US$40 billion this year
Vietnam – RoK trade moves closer to the US$100 billion mark
Vietnam – RoK trade moves closer to the US$100 billion mark

VOV.VN - The recovery of two-way trade between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea has been on the right this year following a stiff fall last year, with the import-export turnover hitting US$38.4 billion in the first six months of 2024.

Vietnam – RoK trade moves closer to the US$100 billion mark
US issues preliminary conclusions on anti-subsidy probe into Vietnamese plates
US issues preliminary conclusions on anti-subsidy probe into Vietnamese plates

VOV.VN - The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has issued its preliminary conclusions from the anti-subsidy investigation conducted into certain paper plates imported from Vietnam, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV).

US issues preliminary conclusions on anti-subsidy probe into Vietnamese plates
Da Nang seeks to boost collaboration with Japanese partners​
Da Nang seeks to boost collaboration with Japanese partners​

The “Da Nang – Japan Meeting” conference on prospects for cooperation after the two countries upgrade their relations to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership for Peace and Prosperity in Asia and the World was held in the central city of Da Nang on July 5.

Da Nang seeks to boost collaboration with Japanese partners​
Vietnamese, Lao businesswomen share experiences in green economic development
Vietnamese, Lao businesswomen share experiences in green economic development

A forum connecting female entrepreneurs of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia was held in Hanoi on July 5, with discussions focusing on green economy.

Vietnamese, Lao businesswomen share experiences in green economic development
Canada reviews normal value and export price for Vietnamese oil pipes
Canada reviews normal value and export price for Vietnamese oil pipes

VOV.VN - The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has unveiled the initiation of a review into the normal value and export price for oil country tubular goods (OCTG) originating from several countries, including Vietnam, reported the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV).

Canada reviews normal value and export price for Vietnamese oil pipes
International conference seeks to develop Vietnamese halal industry
International conference seeks to develop Vietnamese halal industry

VOV.VN - The Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences hosted an international conference in Hanoi on July 5 to share experience between Vietnam and partners globally in developing the Halal ecosystem domestically.

International conference seeks to develop Vietnamese halal industry
Vietnam introduces products at Food and Drink Malaysia 2024
Vietnam introduces products at Food and Drink Malaysia 2024

VOV.VN - Vietnam joined China, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Japan, Turkey, India, France, the Philippines, Russia and several other Central Asia countries to showcase products at Food & Drink Malaysia 2024 held in Kuala Lumpur from July 2-4.

Vietnam introduces products at Food and Drink Malaysia 2024
Vietnam increases raw cashewnut imports from Cambodia
Vietnam increases raw cashewnut imports from Cambodia

VOV.VN - Vietnam is increasing raw cashewnut imports from Cambodia, making it the major supplier of the material for re-processing, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Vietnam increases raw cashewnut imports from Cambodia
Vietnamese rice export prices hit nearly US$1,000 per tonne
Vietnamese rice export prices hit nearly US$1,000 per tonne

VOV.VN - Vietnamese rice export prices have soared considerably in recent times thanks to high demand for import globally.

Vietnamese rice export prices hit nearly US$1,000 per tonne