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Vietnam needs new vision for rice production

Vietnam needs new vision for rice production

VOV.VN - Vietnam is one of the world’s top three rice exporters with yearly rice output of 26 to 29 million tons. Vietnamese rice is available in 150 countries and territories. But rapid changes in the global market have forced Vietnam to find new ways of exporting and developing its domestic rice market.

Huge potential for Vietnam-Philippines trade and investment

Huge potential for Vietnam-Philippines trade and investment

VOV.VN - Vietnam and the Philippines have great potential for promoting stronger trade and investment, according to participants at a seminar on trade exchange co-hosted by Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Department of Trade and Industry of the Philippines in HCM City on June 20.

Vietnam Expo 2018 gets underway in Hanoi

Vietnam Expo 2018 gets underway in Hanoi

VOV.VN - The 28th Vietnam International Trade Fair (Vietnam Expo 2018) themed “Enhancing Regional and Global Economic Links” opened on April 11 at the International Exhibition Centre in Hanoi.

ASEAN-EU FTA expected to be approved by year-end

ASEAN-EU FTA expected to be approved by year-end

Economic ministers from member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom on March 2 reached consensus on the official ratification of EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (ASEAN-EU FTA) by the end of 2018

Vietnam, Argentina works to boost trade

Vietnam, Argentina works to boost trade

Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh met Argentine Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie in Buenos Aires on December 13 to discuss trade and economic cooperation between Vietnam and Argentina.

Vietnam affirms commitment to multilateral trading system

Vietnam affirms commitment to multilateral trading system

Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh highlighted Vietnam’s commitment to promoting the multilateral trading system while addressing a plenary session of the 11th World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Argentina on December 11.

Vietnam, China seek measures to balance trade

Vietnam, China seek measures to balance trade

Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh and his Chinese counterpart Gao Yan co-chaired the 10th meeting of the Vietnam-China Committee for Economic and Trade Cooperation in Hanoi, focusing on measures to reduce Vietnam’s trade deficit with China.

Vietnam, Laos work closely to promote trade

Vietnam, Laos work closely to promote trade

Since Vietnam and Laos set up diplomatic relations in 1962, the relationship between the two countries has flourished thanks to efforts from both sides to make ties deeper and more effective, especially in economy, trade and investment.

Vietnam among world top 50 innovative countries

Vietnam among world top 50 innovative countries

Vietnam was ranked 47th among over 127 economies surveyed in the global innovation index (GII) report 2017, the highest ranking to date, up 12 places compared to last year’s report.

Auto firms ask to lower component import taxes

Auto firms ask to lower component import taxes

High import taxes on auto components and parts, packaging and logistics expenses are major reasons behind locally-assembled cars costing 10-20% higher than imports from Thailand and Indonesia.

Vietnam eyes more fruit exports to Japan

Vietnam eyes more fruit exports to Japan

Even as Japan is the fifth largest importer of Vietnam’s agricultural products, only three kinds of Vietnamese fresh fruits are being sold in the country.

Vietnam requests Australia roll back ban on shrimp imports

Vietnam requests Australia roll back ban on shrimp imports

VOV.VN - The Vietnam government contends the ban by the Australian Department of Agriculture on raw imports is ‘causing serious damage’ to the country’s shrimp farmers and exporters, and has requested it be reversed.