VOV.VN - Plenty of recently-produced AirPods charging cases now carry the ‘assembled in Vietnam’ message, with increasing numbers of the headphones and accessories being put together locally, according to a reputable technology magazine The Verge of the United States.
VOV.VN - Reputable business news channel CNBC of the United States quoted an economist on May 5 saying that Vietnam may successfully avert a recession later in the year due to the country returning to work and school following the successfully early implementation of measures against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Vietnam’s tra fish exports to the United States in the first two months of the year totaled US$18.1 million, making the United States the largest buyer of Vietnamese tra fish, with exports expected to rise as US consumers seek to stock up on food during the coronavirus scare.
There is cause for optimism among business leaders in Vietnam and beyond in terms of foreign direct investment flows in 2020, with geopolitical and health factors leading to companies to formulate a plan B for operations.
Tidy profits have motivated around 64 percent of Japanese firms in Vietnam to consider expanding their business in the Southeast Asian country, according to the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).
VOV.VN - It is predicted that export activities will not see any major fluctuations occurring during the remaining months of the year, due to the impact of the global economic slowdown, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The escalating US-China trade war has made Vietnam’s trade gap with China widen to 29.5 billion USD in the first 10 months of 2019, up 47.9 percent from the same time last year, according to insiders.
The expansion of Foxconn's investment in Vietnam may lead to the eventual production of iPhones in the country.
President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Tran Thanh Man presented a report summarizing public opinions and petitions during the opening of the eighth session of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on October 21.
Leather and footwear exports will reach over US$22 billion this year, as Vietnam is expected to overtake China as America’s number one supplier in these sectors.
Japanese and South Korean are running a race to pour capital into Vietnam’s logistics industry.
VOV.VN - The US-China trade war, poised to persist in the coming quarters, would stand Vietnamese sectors in good stead, a research entity has predicted.
VOV.VN - Domestically-produced steel products are facing the risk of unfair competition from those originating from China as result of the ongoing US-China trade war, insiders have warned.
Vietnam has emerged as a destination for large tech firms as the trade dispute between the US and China continues to intensify with no end in sight. However, whether and how much Vietnam can take advantage of the shifting FDI flow out of China remains to be seen.
VOV.VN - Major original equipment manufacturers and contract assemblers contemplate moving production facilities out of China to lower-cost production bases in Southeast Asian countries, including Vietnam, to avoid high US tariffs on exports, a research entity from Fitch Group has stated.
Domestic production has faced strong competition as the US and China are increasing exports to Vietnam on the back of their escalating trade war, head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam Le Trieu Dung said on August 9.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s apparel industry will be a key beneficiary from the ongoing US-China trade war and the subsequent diversification strategies of US retailers, a research entity of Fitch Group has forecast.
The escalating trade tension between the US and China will cause considerable impact on Vietnam’s export, according to Pham Tat Thang, head of the Institute for Trade Research under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The figures about imports/exports and investments in the first months of the year show that Vietnam did not receive big benefits from the trade war as estimated by some US agencies and media. In fact, the risks remain high.
VOV.VN - The widespread shortages of orders could hinder the local apparel sector from enjoying an export growth rate of at least 11 per cent during the second half of 2019, therefore putting the full-year export target at risk.