(VOV) - There is growing concern that underhanded and unhealthy competition by many businesses to clear their excessive stocks is damaging the steel industry.
(VOV) - The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement will give Vietnam numerous opportunities to establish and expand its export markets, experts say.
(VOV) - In 2012, twenty-five out of Vietnam’s 80 export markets recorded a turnover of more than US$1 billion, 17 markets a turnover of more than US$2 billion, and nine markets a turnover exceeding US$3 billion.
(VOV) - Senegal has emerged as Vietnam’s third largest trade partner in Africa, only preceded by South Africa and Egypt.
The Europe Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will go on a fact finding tour and conduct a number of activities during Vietnam Week in Germany from May 26-June 1.
Vietnam’s goal to send 90,000 workers abroad in 2012 poses a huge challenge as its labour export market remains unstable.
The European Commission Delegation to Vietnam has announced its report on the economic situation and business and investment environment in Vietnam which confirms that the EU remains Vietnam’s premier trading partner and is the largest export market for the country.