The Business Times on August 11 posted a story describing the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) as a significant economic milestone for Vietnam.
With the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement coming into force, Vietnam’s investment and trade ties with the European Union are expected to receive a new boost. However, materialising these expectations depends largely on the success of the country’s efforts to accelerate regulatory reforms.
Experts are sanguine about the health of the stock market in 2018 even as they acknowledge likely risks and imbalances.
VOV.VN - After the UK voted to leave the EU, some EU member countries expressed their intent to break with the organization. EU leaders have called for efforts to avoid a domino effect.
VOV.VN - On June 23, British voters will vote to decide whether to stay or leave the EU after more than 40 years as an EU member.
VOV.VN - Greece’s public debt crisis has seen positive developments when Eurogroup, a group of 19 finance ministers of the eurozone, reached an important agreement last week.
(VOV) - British Prime Minister David Cameron has enhanced diplomatic efforts to gain support for the UK’s EU reform proposal at a summit in February. It will impact a referendum next year on whether or not the UK should stay in the EU.
Asia’s developing economies remain on track to post a 5.8% growth this year and 6% in 2016 despite economic slowdown in the US, Japan and the Eurozone, reported the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
(VOV) - The UK is the only nation within the Eurozone has experienced a strong growth in shrimp imports from Vietnam, during the first five months of the year.
(VOV) -Eurozone finance ministers and representatives of the Greek government will meet on Monday in Brussels to discuss Greece’s reform and debt crisis.
(VOV) -Huge potential for trade cooperation between Vietnam and Spain was introduced at a March 26 meeting in Hanoi by the Spanish Embassy and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
(VOV) - The political impasse following Italy’s election has raised fears of a continuous debt crisis not only in Italy but in neighboring countries.
The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) released its Vietnam Manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Managers’ Index) in January, 2013, which showed that Vietnam’s economy is recovering despite many difficulties in the coming time.
Exporting to the EU market is predicted to be harder next year and growth will be reduced to only 10 percent against this year's 20 percent estimation, said Dang Hoang Hai, director of the Ministry of Industry and Trade's European Market Department.
(VOV) - Negative information on the ongoing debt crisis in the Eurozone has made the headlines worldwide. This means the crisis has become worse than expected.
The annual conference of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Tokyo, Japan, is expected to find solutions to the crisis in the Eurozone, check the downturn of the global economy and assist developing countries.
Domestic gold prices fell slightly on the morning of September 13 by VND150,000/tael compared to the previous trading session.
President Karolos Papoulias has been forced to hold negotiations over the past few days with three heads of pro-European bailout parties to discuss the establishment of a coalition government ahead of the country’s upcoming elections.
Francois Hollande’s victory in last week’s presidential election will have profound impact on not only France, Europe’s second biggest economy, for the next five years, but also the entire Eurozone.
Europe’s public debt crisis is experiencing new difficulties in the wake of the presidential election in France. The situation is deteriorating.