Vietnamese tech firm FPT Corporation has recently clinched two memorandums of understanding worth over US$30 million with two large Japanese firms at the Japan-Vietnam Economic Forum in Tokyo.
VOV.VN - Many Vietnamese fruits have hit supermarket shelves in the US, Australia, Japan, and Thailand and are being sold at much higher prices than on the domestic market.
Vietnam’s tea export dropped both volume and value in the first four months of 2018 despite price hike. Low quality and lack of internationally-known brand names remain the biggest barriers for Vietnamese tea to gain strong foothold in foreign markets.
Flower farmers in Da Lat City, located in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, are overcoming technical challenges to produce export-quality flowers.
Finance Minister Dinh Tien Dung will chair an investment promotion conference slated for April 16-19 in Seoul, the Republic of Korea (RoK), according to the State Securities Commission.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s cement and clinker exports for the first month of the year have seen a marked increase, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel JSC of Hoa Phat Group is coordinating with Italy’s Danieli – one of the world’s largest suppliers of metallurgical equipment to consider a project on stainless steel (inox) production.
VOV.VN - The shrimp industry earned US$3.8 billion in export revenue in 2017 and is striving to reach a revenue target of US$8-10 billion by 2025 as laid out by the Government.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a master plan for the development of Xuan Dai Bay national tourist site in the south central province of Phu Yen to 2030.
The potential for Vietnamese farm produce exports to China and the market’s quarantine requirements were discussed at a conference in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang on December 26.
As many as 400 delegates from many countries around the world will attend an international forum on organic agriculture that will take place in Hanoi from December 15-16, revealed Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Tran Thanh Nam.
Vietnamese small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are focusing more and more on international trade via e-commerce.
Vietnam is working towards achieving higher levels of food security. In recent years, the country has adopted various measures to boost agricultural product exports, filling gaps in the global food market.
Customs departments across Vietnam have been asked to stop clearing the export of silica sand as per a government order to preserve the resource.
By focusing on localisation through distribution channels and research and development (R&D), Thien Long Group Corporation (Thien Long) has gained significant market share in Myanmar and now targets to expand its business in other foreign markets.
The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency held a workshop in the capital on May 25 on trade promotion to the Middle East and Africa, which followed a conference on South American trade promotion on May 24.
Failing to meet food safety regulations remains the biggest issue that Vietnamese firms must overcome in entering foreign markets, said Rick Gilmore, Chairman of the Global Food Safety Forum at a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on April 26.
Following Viettel’s and FPT’s success, several information and communications technology (ICT) enterprises have started “cultivating” foreign markets.
Cashew export revenue in the first two months of this year hit only US$255 million, down 3.3% year-on-year, the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) told a press conference in Ho Chi Minh City on March 15.
Vietnam’s organic rice products have been sold for high prices in various foreign markets, including the US.