Rice quotas for Vietnam under the EVFTA are expected to push Vietnam’s rice exports up from the second half of this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Vietnam is making efforts to help Vietnamese and Indian export-import firms handle difficulties, especially during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, heard an online conference on June 17.
VOV.VN - ASEAN has agreed to conclude negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) at the end of this year and reinforce internal consensus before negotiations with other partners.
Catfish exports are flourishing, but trade protectionism and unfavourable information campaigns also make the industry unstable. Maintaining the quality and facilitating brand building for catfish is a sustainable and long-term direction for the industry, experts have suggested.
Vietnamese steel has faced nearly 10 trade remedy cases in just over a month, which has once again put the industry under great pressure from trade barriers in other countries.
Although the US is deemed a promising market for exporters, it also sets very strict import regulations. For this reason, Vietnamese enterprises are urged to improve their capacity and shake hands with others to develop supply chains to make inroads into this market.
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has asked the Government to strengthen the control of temporary imports for re-export of shrimp from India and Ecuador.
Wooden furniture manufacturers have been warned that they will face more trade barriers as export markets have applied new policies to restrict imports.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese businesses need to make greater efforts to overcome barriers if they desire to gain entry into the Australian market which is seen as having untapped potential.
A Vietnam – France high-level economic dialogue took place in Hanoi on January 24 under the chair of Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen The Phuong and French Minister of State Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.
VOV.VN - Over the past two decades, APEC has gained significant achievements in trade and investment liberalization. Amid emerging global challenges and increasing protectionism, APEC economies are being urged to work harder to realize the Bogor Goals.
Experts have stressed that the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum plays an increasingly important role in ensuring a global system of free, open and equal trade amid rising protectionism.
A string of summits which aim to further links among Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) countries will take place in Hanoi from October 24-26.
Since Vietnam heavily relies on China, a major import/export market, it has encountered difficulties as China has tightened cross-border imports and set barriers to Vietnamese farm produce.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, better known as ASEAN, is planning to eliminate technical trade barriers in the automotive sector in a bid to make it easier and less costly to export components within the region, The Brunei Times reported.
With nearly half of its seafood exports going to Trans-Pacific Partnership member nations, Vietnam expects the trade deal to further boost exports to these markets, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep).
60% of the world’s population remains excluded from the ever-expanding digital economy, said a new World Bank (WB) report.
Domestic small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) need close co-operation from public offices in getting information about regulations of free trade agreements (FTAs) for getting more benefits from the agreements.
Vietnamese businesses investing in Cambodia received compliments on their contributions to economic growth of the homeland in 2015 at a get-together hosted by the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia in Phnom Penh on January 8.
(VOV) - Africa represents a tantalizing market for expanded commerce, particularly in a range of food and farm-related industries, according to a panel of experts at a recent business forum in Ho Chi Minh City.