Ho Chi Minh City’s foreign trade totalled more than US$60.48 billion in the first eight months of this year, down 0.03% against the same period of 2019.
The achievements in Vietnam’s foreign trade in 2019 are definitely clear. However, to gain better results, it needs an insightful look into these achievements.
Vietnam’s foreign trade is forecast to hit 500 billion USD at the end of 2019, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.
The General Department of Vietnam Customs said the country had a trade deficit worth US$400 million in November, equivalent to 1.9% of total export value.
A workshop took place in northern Hai Phong city on August 4 to provide information on loan access and methods of payment in international trade for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
A draft law on foreign trade management was approved by the National Assembly (NA) on June 12.
Lawmakers elaborated the draft law on public debt management (revised) and another on foreign trade management during the ongoing third session of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on May 25.
National Assembly deputies on May 25 debated the draft law on foreign trade management during their ongoing third session.
Vietnam should have a Plan B for foreign trade and not be overly concerned that the TPP may not come into being, analysts have advised.
(VOV) - Vietnam, more than most countries, relies heavily on international trade as a pillar of its economy. The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has pledged to help the nation’s businesses increase foreign trade.
Ho Chi Minh City will provide Cuban investors with all possible conditions to do business and exchange experience in economic development in the city, pledged Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Hoang Quan.
Foreign trade experienced difficulties as exports of many key commodities tumbled in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT).
(VOV) - A number of Vietnamese exports will penetrate Argentina after the South American country decided to rescind its non-tariff trade measures.
Though Vietnam ended 2011 with a high inflation rate of over 18 percent, its macroeconomy gained remarkable achievements, creating a vital prerequisite for steady growth in 2012.
Vietnam painted a bright economic picture in 2011 as it earned more than US$96 billion from exports, up 33 percent against 2010, and reduced the trade deficit to US$10 billion.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Gia Khiem received Ri Myong San, deputy minister of foreign trade of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in Hanoi on April 1.