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Strategy to be built to develop modern industry

Strategy to be built to develop modern industry

The Research Institute for Industry Policy and Strategy under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) held a seminar in Hanoi on February 28 to collect ideas to build a strategy on industrial development until 2030, with a vision to 2045.

Vietnam’s exports set to gain momentum from FTAs

Vietnam’s exports set to gain momentum from FTAs

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.

Vietnam racks up US$5.9 billion trade surplus over nine-month period

Vietnam racks up US$5.9 billion trade surplus over nine-month period

VOV.VN - Vietnam has enjoyed consistent growth in export turnover amid numerous difficulties, with a trade surplus of approximately US$5.9 billion, representing one of the positive aspects of the country’s economic picture during the first nine months of the year.

US-China trade war badly impacts Vietnam’s export: Expert

US-China trade war badly impacts Vietnam’s export: Expert

The escalating trade tension between the US and China will cause considerable impact on Vietnam’s export, according to Pham Tat Thang, head of the Institute for Trade Research under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Textile and clothing industry urged to seize FTA opportunities

Textile and clothing industry urged to seize FTA opportunities

VOV.VN - When free trade agreements (FTAs) such as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) come into force, Vietnam will benefit from having access to large markets.

Vietnam can gain from the US-China trade war: Economist

Vietnam can gain from the US-China trade war: Economist

The trade war between the US and China is causing widespread concern over possible risks posed to the global economy, including that in Vietnam. However, the conflict can bring about indirect opportunities for Vietnam if the country knows how to grab hold of the situation, according to a local economist.

Vietnam prepares for opening of petroleum market

Vietnam prepares for opening of petroleum market

Vietnamese petroleum companies have enough time to build facilities and develop networks to prepare for competition with foreign distributors once Vietnam opens the petroleum market, experts say.

TPP still of value to Vietnam

TPP still of value to Vietnam

It is too soon to evaluate the impact on Vietnam if the TPP is not ratified but the country has other valuable options available, a recent conference in Hanoi heard.

Firms urged to up use of trade remedies

Firms urged to up use of trade remedies

After more than 10 years of enforcing trade remedies laws, the number of trade investigations that Vietnam initiated against imported products were finally able to be counted on one hand, heard a conference on June 2.

Firms show distaste for local salt

Firms show distaste for local salt

Local enterprises have asked the State to give them quotas on importing industrial salt for chemical and healthcare sectors while the local raw salt inventory remains high.

Vietnam attends communist and worker parties’ meeting

(VOV) - A delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) attended the 14 th International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties, which took place from November 22-25 in Lebanon ’s capital of Beirut.