The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on August 24 said it has selected 268 prestigious exporters for 2019 from nominations made by 55 relevant ministries, industry associations and local departments of industry and trade.
Vietnamese tea makers are now faced with choosing to either renovate or leave the industry.
The export of many agricultural products, especially industrial crops such as pepper, rubber, tea, and cashew nuts, fell remarkably from January to July due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - July alone saw Vietnam enjoy a trade surplus of estimated US$1 billion, bringing seven-month trade surplus to US$6.5 billion, much higher last year’s figure of US$1.98 billion recorded during the same period, according to the Import-Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam raked in over US$903.8 million from exporting electric wires and cables in the first five months of 2020, up 33.7% year-on-year, according to statistics of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
VOV.VN - The nation posted a trade surplus of US$170 million during the first half of June, bringing the figure recorded from the beginning of the year to mid-June to US$ 3.75 billion, according to the latest initial statistics released by the General Department of Customs.
VOV.VN - A total of 18 export commodity categories recorded turnover of over US$1 billion during the opening five months of the year, with three of the groups raking in over US$10 billion in the process, according to the latest statistics released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has recorded a trade surplus of US$1.9 billion during the first five months of the year despite the COVID-19 impact, according to the latest statistics released by the General Statistics Office (GSO) on May 29.
Vietnam reported a trade deficit of nearly US$1 billion in the first half of May as exports reached only US$8.22 billion – the lowest level since the beginning of this year (excluding the first half of January when the Tet holiday fell on), the General Department of Customs announced has announced.
VOV.VN - While the novel coronavirus has exerted a negative impact on the world economy, Vietnam has maintained a trade surplus over four months, with 15 items enjoying export turnover of over US$1 billion each, making up 80% of total export value, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
VOV.VN - Eight export commodity categories recorded a turnover of over US$1 billion between the start of the year and mid-March, with one group making over US$10 billion, according to the latest information released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
During the first quarter of 2020, the country recorded eight items with export turnover of over US$1 billion, making up 70.6% of the nation’s total export value.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s real GDP growth would stand moderately at 6.8 percent in 2020 as infrastructure and human capital bottlenecks will continue to cap growth of the manufacturing sector, while continued damming upstream of the Mekong River and the outbreak of African swine fever will drag on the agriculture sector.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese exports were projected to obtain the growth rate of 8 percent during 2019 with the estimated total turnover of US$263 billion, enabling the country to enjoy its fourth consecutive year of trade surplus worth more than US$9 billion.
VOV.VN - With the Vietnamese coffee industry currently exporting to 80 countries globally, the sector has already stated its ambitions to reach an export turnover of US$6 billion during 2020.
Vietnam is one of the biggest coffee and pepper exporters in the world, but the money it earns is modest.
In the first 11 months of this year, Vietnam's export turnover increased by 7.8% and its import value increased by 7.4% over the same period last year.
Representatives of Hanoi enterprises and their counterparts from Poland gathered in the capital on November 18 to seek potential cooperation at a forum.
Vietnam’s export turnover in the last 10 months yearly increased 7.4 percent year-on-year to over 217 billion USD, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s textile and garment industry is forecast to face numerous difficulties during the remaining months of the year as a result of stiff competition among partners and a scarcity of orders.