VOV.VN - Businesses and management agencies should be fully aware of the regulations and rights included within the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) before the trade deal fully comes into effect.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese workers are facing numerous challenges while international integration increases. They have to change their mindset and improve their working skills to meet the demand of the 4th Industrial Revolution and new Free Trade Agreements.
VOV.VN - Future trade between Vietnam and the EU is anticipated to enjoy strong growth when the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is implemented due to the majority of import tariff lines set to be reduced to 0%, while import-export turnover is expected to enjoy a surge, therefore contributing to increasing the number of cases relating to trade remedies.
Vietnam is enjoying strong growth in both rice export volume and value, and more export chances are still ahead as some free trade agreements (FTAs) have come into force and consumers around the globe are boosting purchase to ensure food security amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
VOV.VN -The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will serve as a new driving force to spur on export growth in the context of the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic which has caused plenty of challenges for export businesses.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will create opportunities for Japanese companies to continue expanding operations in Vietnam and boost exports to the EU, according to chief representative of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) in Hanoi Takeo Nakajima.
The landmark Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership has been in force for more than a year now, influencing the trade activities of member economies.
Joining new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs) will help Vietnam diversify its economic and trade relations, especially expanding import and export markets, avoiding excessive dependence on a specific region and helping the economy cope better with external fluctuations.
After several years of negotiations, an Asia Pacific trade deal is set to be signed in 2020 that is expected to help drive deep partnerships across the continent.
The Vietnamese textile and garment industry continued its big role as a key driver of Vietnam’s exports.
VOV.VN - Despite failing to meet the targets for 2019, the fruit and vegetable sector is aiming to achieve an export target of US$5 billion during 2020 thanks to several advantages that will come with the signing of new Free Trade Agreements (FTAs).
The HCM City Department of Taxation hopes to surpass its revenue target by at least 5 per cent this year.
The HCM City Department of Customs wants to surpass its tariff revenue target by 3-5 per cent this year.
Vietnam holds great potential in food value chain development with a large consumption market and high export values, especially as the country is a member of various free trade agreements (FTAs), heard a seminar held in Hanoi on January 14.
VOV.VN - As an array of new-generation Free Trade Agreements (FTA) start to take effect in early this year, Vietnam’s export commodities can enjoy competitive advantages as a result of the removal of tariff barriers.
Nineteen groups of products are at risk of origin frauds, according to preliminary statistics of the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the industry and trade sector to strive for an export turnover of 300 billion USD next year during a conference held in Hanoi on December 27.
Fuelled by its positive performance in 2019, Vietnam is expected to continue witnessing high growth in the year to come, Michael Mugliston and Milton Churche, visiting fellows from the Institute for International Trade at the University of Adelaide in South Australia, provide analysis on the outlook for the Vietnamese economy in 2020 amid the country’s growing international integration.
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.