(VOV) - The demand for Vietnamese shrimp fell sharply in markets around the globe in the three months leading up to April as over production has led to a glut in an already saturated market— causing prices to tumble.
(VOV) -Cashew nut exporters in Vietnam are facing a tough time due to multiple factors that include higher input costs, shrinking sources and trade barriers exporting to foreign countries around the globe.
(VOV) - Businesses should not avoid anti-dumping lawsuits and make preparations to get involved in administrative reviews by the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to ensure that they have not dumped their products in the market.
Vietnam has opportunities to expand exports of wood products this year, especially to the US market, delegates said at a conference on March 12.
Business opportunities in the US alongside potential challenges were the main focus of a workshop in Hanoi on March 9 which aimed to get Hanoi businesses prepared for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.
(VOV) -Seafood exports in the eleven months leading up to December swelled 19.3% in value on-year to US$7.22 billion according to the most recent statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
(VOV) - Businesses in Vietnam must seize the huge opportunities created by regional and global integration to attract investment and boost trade with new markets around the globe – with an emphasis on tapping the US market.
(VOV) - Vietnam shrimp exports are forecast to reach US$3.8 billion this year, nearly one billion higher than last year on the back of rising exports to the US market, reports the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
(VOV) - Sales to the US market is the aim of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement as Vietnam has already signed bilateral or multilateral free trade pacts with most of the other parties involved in the negotiations.
Longan fruit from the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre have officially been authorised to enter the United States’ market.
(VOV) -The US Department of Commerce has decided to maintain anti-dumping tariffs on Vietnamese shrimp imports.
(VOV) - The US Department of Commerce (DOC) will officially impose anti-dumping taxes on oil country tubular goods (OCTG) imported from Vietnam on September 2.
(VOV) - The southern province of Dong Nai is implementing a variety of measures to support productivity and market expansion into the US, aiming to raise overall export growth by 10-11% in 2014.
ASEAN shrimp producers are desperate for a common set of standards for shrimp aquaculture, as are global customers, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) Nguyen Huu Dung has said.
(VOV) - The US Department of Commerce (DOC) on February 19 issued a preliminary decision concluding that Vietnam has dumped steel line pumps used for transporting gas and oil in the US market.
(VOV) -Vietnam expects to earn US$1 billion from exporting fruit and vegetables to the US market by the end of this year.
Scores of Vietnamese shrimp processors and exporters are working with relevant agencies, lawyers and shrimp breeders to fight back the US Department of Commerce (DOC)’s recent levy of anti-subsidy duty on frozen warm-water shrimp imported from Vietnam.
The Vietnam Fisheries Association (VFA) has protested against the US Department of Commerce (DOC)’s launch of investigation into an anti-subsidy lawsuit against frozen warm-water shrimp imported from seven countries, including Vietnam.
(VOV) - Despite the global economic downturn, Vietnam – US trade continues to pick up steadily, according to Do Thanh Hong, director of the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) in New York.
(VOV) - The VietGAP Tien Phu firm, based in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, has signed US market export contracts for trading 20 tonnes of rambutan during December.