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Businesses need to prepare themselves to tackle trade defence instruments

Businesses need to prepare themselves to tackle trade defence instruments

VOV.VN - Within the context of tougher competition on imported goods and additional trade defence instruments being imposed by an increasing number of countries worldwide, Vietnamese businesses have been advised to handle and adapt to these safeguard measures in a timely manner.

E-commerce key area of the digital economy, says expert

E-commerce key area of the digital economy, says expert

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is building infrastructure for the national digital transformation process, focusing on smart manufacturing and smart energy, to develop the digital economy. Head of the MoIT’s E-Commerce and Digital Economy Department Dang Hoang Hai speaks with Vietnam News Agency about the ministry’s action plan in this area.

Vietnamese goods enjoy market share in 200 countries worldwide

Vietnamese goods enjoy market share in 200 countries worldwide

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s exports have enjoyed significant expansion in terms of market scale and commodity structure, thereby making an outstanding contribution to the growth of the country’s export turnover, according figures released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Anti-dumping duties on steel products extended for 5 more years

Anti-dumping duties on steel products extended for 5 more years

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to extend the anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled stainless steel products originated from China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan (China) for an additional five years, starting from October 26.

Anti-dumping duties on steel products extended for 5 more years

Anti-dumping duties on steel products extended for 5 more years

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to extend the anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled stainless steel products originated from China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan (China) for an additional five years, starting from October 26.

Change of direction for the the solar industry

Change of direction for the the solar industry

The country’s feed-in tariff has supported a boom for Vietnam’s solar sector, but now the Ministry of Industry and Trade proposes a rate reduction in order avoid solar projects becoming a victim of their own success.

Vietnam pledges optimal conditions for UAE businesses

Vietnam pledges optimal conditions for UAE businesses

VOV.VN - The Vietnamese Government is willing to create favourable conditions for foreign investors, including those from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh stated during the Vietnam-UAE business forum in Hanoi on October 15.

Businesses should make bold steps to penetrate Thai market

Businesses should make bold steps to penetrate Thai market

VOV.VN - Domestic enterprises have been urged to take a more proactive approach when seeking ways to make inroads into the Thai market by gaining insights into market demand and food and hygiene standards to devise a proper long-term development strategy.

MoIT targets contraband, counterfeit goods sold online

MoIT targets contraband, counterfeit goods sold online

Jewellery, cosmetics, supplements, liquor, clothing and footwear sold online are among the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s (MoIT) targets in their upcoming campaign to fight contraband and counterfeit goods, and to reinforce intellectual property rights.

Hanoi to host 16th Autotech & Accessories 2019

Hanoi to host 16th Autotech & Accessories 2019

VOV.VN - The 16th Autotech & Accessories 2019 event is set to be held at the Hanoi International Exhibition Center from September 4-7, drawing the participation of nearly 120 exhibitors.

Trade deficit is still within control: economists

Trade deficit is still within control: economists

“Unlike two years ago, many analysts have warned that Vietnam will m witness a trade deficit. However, I believe the trade deficit will still be within control,’ said Vo Tri Thanh, a respected economist.