Vietnamese businesses had a chance to influence laws and practical investigative measures on anti-dumping, anti-subsidy and trade protectionism work at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on November 22.
Domestic businesses should improve their competitiveness and respect “mutual benefits” to meet the high demand for diversified products in the huge US market.
The Vietnam Competition Authority (VCA) has affirmed that Vietnam does not dump steel in the US market.
Until early this year, the US was still regarded as one of Vietnam’s major export markets which accounted for 19-20 percent of the country’s total export turnover.
An international seminar entitled “Access to US Market – Experiences and Law” was held in Hanoi on November 11.
An international conference will take place in HCM City on November 10-11 to discuss product safety and restricted substances for garment and textile exports in the US.
It is imperative that foreign exporters unite if they want to penetrate the potential, risky US market.