Vietnamese and Chinese businesses discussed the trade of farm produce and food during a video conference on May 26.
VOV.VN - The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is poised to offer a wealth of opportunities to boost the export of Vietnam’s agricultural and aquatic products once it comes into full effect, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Hanoi aims to have additional 700 products qualified for standards of the One Commune - One Product (OCOP) programme by the end of this year, heard a recent conference of the municipal Party Committee on the implementation of the programme.
VOV.VN - The Australian Government is keen to step up economic, investment, and trade co-operation with Vietnam in a substantial and in-depth manner in the near future, according to Australian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmmingham.
A teleconference, themed “Vietnam-India: Promoting trade in farm produce and processed food”, was held on May 7 to discuss business potential during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - Vietnam's agricultural export is facing difficulties because many countries have suspended customs clearance or intensified quarantine rules due to COVID-19.
It is forecast that Vietnam will have great opportunities to export more types of products to Sweden when the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) takes effect.
Authorities in China’s Guangxi province have decided to extend the closure of border gates and continue to suspend the trading of goods by individuals until the end of February, according to the Consulate General of Vietnam in Guangxi province.
Ensuring food security is an urgent issue at present with food supply sources and access to safe food supplies being seriously affected, especially by climate change, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh said at a forum in Hanoi on November 5.
The Hanoi Promotion Agency (HPA) and Japan’s JICA Safe Crop project have organised a conference in Hanoi, aiming to seek ways to stimulate the consumption of Hanoi’s safe agricultural products.
Vietnam’s snacks made of farm produce could conquer foreign markets, especially China, experts say.
Ho Chi Minh City hopes to receive support and cooperation from Australia in developing high-tech agriculture, especially in processing farm produce.
Vietnam’s businesses have had to change the way of organizing production to satisfy the increasingly high demand from China.
Local farmers, farm produce processors and traders should meet local and international standards to increase the consumption of agricultural products and also enhance competitiveness against foreign rivals, heard a recent forum on farm produce consumption in HCM City.
Northern Son La province launched ‘Son La Longan and Safe Farm Produce Week 2019’ at Big C Thang Long, Hanoi, on July 19.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Industry and Trade has continued to co-ordinate efforts with relevant ministries and associations to deploy a wide range of trade promotion activities aimed at boosting domestic farm produce market expansion.
VOV.VN - The signing of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Europe-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA) provides an opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to increase their integration and expand the export market for agricultural products.
Since June, Vietnam’s farm and seafood produce have had through official channels to enter China and meet stricter requirements. Despite this, China still remains Vietnam’s major export market.
VOV.VN - The northwestern province of Son La has organised an array of trade promotion activities aimed at boosting the export of its farm produce.
VOV.VN - Agricultural firms should be keen to seek potential alliances with partners from CPTPP member countries in order to benefit from the transfer of cutting-edge technologies by the latter through the joint implementation of large-scale projects, thus deepening their penetration into regional and global supply chains.