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Vietnam imports additional 1,000 live pigs from Thailand

Vietnam imports additional 1,000 live pigs from Thailand

VOV.VN - A batch of 1,000 live pigs imported from Thailand has now arrived at Bo Y border gate in Kon Tum province following a period of disruption caused by a scarce supply source in the neighbouring country.

Gov’t asked to reconsider infected wheat import ban

Gov’t asked to reconsider infected wheat import ban

The Government should reconsider its ban on the import of wheat infected with cirsium arvense, a kind of weed, participants told a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on October 8, warning it would have an adverse impact on businesses.

Vietnam-India trade posts strong growth

Vietnam-India trade posts strong growth

Vietnam’s total export-import turnover to India reached US$4.24 billion in the first seven months of this year, representing a year-on-year rise of 42.95%.

French kiwifruit approved for import into Vietnam

French kiwifruit approved for import into Vietnam

VOV.VN - The Vietnam Fruit and Vegetables Association has unveiled that fresh kiwifruit from France have been approved for import and will soon be hitting supermarket shelves across the country.

Vietnam’s exports to US soar

Vietnam’s exports to US soar

Vietnam exported US$35 billion worth of goods to the US in January-November, 2016, representing a remarkable rise of 14% over the same period last year.

Gold firms ask for looser control of import

Gold firms ask for looser control of import

It is time for the central bank to loosen its control over gold imports as a shortage of gold material in the domestic market has led to adverse consequences, the Vietnam Gold Trading Association (VGTA) said.

Vietnam emerges China’s largest Southeast Asian trade partner

Vietnam emerges China’s largest Southeast Asian trade partner

VOV.VN - The six-day visit by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to China last month, his first since taking office in April, has raised new hope that the two neighbours will take corrective action to redress the balance of trade deficit.