VOV.VN - Vietnam’s trade balance sustained an estimated deficit of up to US$1.3 billion during May, leading to the total trade deficit amounting to US$548 million for the year’s first five months.
Reducing trade deficit with China to progress to trade balance from the market shape one of the major policies and key activities of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), an official has said.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has called on China to create more favourable conditions for the transportation and import of Vietnamese goods, especially agro-forestry-fisheries products, in order to improve bilateral trade balance.
(VOV) - The nation’s trade surplus with Australia continued to expand in the first quarter of 2014 on a year-on-year basis, as exports posted solid growth of 1.3% tallying in at US$742.8 million, according to the Vietnam Trade Office.
Vietnam exported 19 million tonnes of cement and clinker by mid-December, exceeding the set target by 4 million tonnes.
(VOV) -Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea (RoK) Ahn Chong Ghee has expressed his government’s desire to strike a trade balance between the two countries.
(VOV) - Diversifying markets overseas is an effective way to sustain Vietnam’s export growth and strike its trade balance with China, experts said in Hanoi on June 3.
(VOV) -Vietnam and China are expected to increase their two-way trade turnover to US$60 billion and US$100 billion in 2015 and 2017, respectively.
(VOV) -Reducing public and foreign debts to a level below the manageable threshold and ensuring national financial security demands enhancing the efficiency of public investment.
(VOV) - A number of Vietnamese exports will penetrate Argentina after the South American country decided to rescind its non-tariff trade measures.
Vietnam is striving to achieve a balance of trade by 2020 as well as a total import-export turnover three times higher than in 2010 and an average per capita income of more than US$2,000.
Vietnam, in its 2011-2020 strategy, sets a target of achieving a balance of trade in 2020, says Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang.