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Trade promotion targets key exports

Trade promotion targets key exports

(VOV) -The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will increase trade promotion overseas this year with a focus on Vietnam’s key export items.

Vietnam among world’s top 3 in export growth

Vietnam among world’s top 3 in export growth

Vietnam, together with India and China, is expected to record the strongest export growth at a double-digit level annually throughout the period 2013-2020, according to the latest HSBC Global Connections report.

HCM City enjoys steady growth

HCM City enjoys steady growth

(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City currently enjoys an export growth rate of 9.7 percent and an industrial value higher than the national average.

NA discusses socio-economic situation

(VOV) - National Assembly (NA) deputies on October 24 discussed socio-economic situation, State budget for 2012 and plans for 2013.

Garment firms lower outlook

Garment firms lower outlook

A plunge in export growth and declining orders have caused the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association to scale down its export-value target from US$19 billion to US$17-US$17.5 billion.

More effort needed to boost exports

More effort needed to boost exports

Most of domestic businesses going bankrupt in recent times are private ones which have been seriously affected by the impact of economic slowdown.

Exporters need Gov’t support

Exporters need Gov’t support

It is high time that the Government lent a hand to businesses to help them ride out the economic slowdown and shore up production.

Export growth dependent on product quality

Export growth dependent on product quality

Local companies must seek new export markets and improve product quality to raise overall export growth, experts recommended at a seminar held in HCM City on September 22.

Positive signs of export growth in September

Positive signs of export growth in September

Vietnam’s export volume saw an increase of 3.5 percent in September, reaching US$4.7 billion in revenue, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO) on September 29.