Export activities recorded encouraging figures in January, and more growth is on the way, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Trade revenue between Vietnam and G7 countries – France, Germany, the UK, Italy, Japan, the US and Canada – reached US$113 billion in 2017,a according to the General Customs Department of Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Vietnam-Republic of Korea trade ties are flourishing with trade revenue growing from US$500 million in 1992 to US$45 billion in September this year. But the number of Vietnamese brands in Korea remains small.
Vietnam and the Czech Republic hold a lot of potential to their raise trade and investment revenues in various fields, heard a forum in Ho Chi Minh City on June 8.
Vietnam’s trade revenue is estimated at US$125.41 billion in the first four months of 2017, a year-on-year increase of 20.1%, said the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Southern Kien Giang and Cambodian Kep provinces signed a joint development plan after reviewing their sound collaboration in the last two years at a conference held on June 22.
Binh Duong received nearly 2,550 foreign direct investment projects between 2010 and 2015, bringing the total registered capital to US$21.5 billion, the provincial People's Committee's Chairman Tran Van Nam said.
The targeted US$10 billion two-way trade between Vietnam and Russia by 2020 will be feasible if domestic businesses work out thorough market research and marketing strategies.
(VOV) -According to Vietnam Customs statistics, Vietnam’s trade turnover in the first quarter of 2014 was estimated at US$65.99 billion, up 13.8% compared to last year’s figures.
(VOV) -Despite Vietnam experiencing a period of positive economic growth towards the end of 2013, the National Financial Supervision Commission (NFSC) predicts local businesses will continue to face tough challenges in the coming year due to their tight budgets.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s trade turnover was estimated at US$11.61 billion in the first half of October 2013, with its export revenue worth US$5.75 billion, the Vietnam Customs reported.