Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh held phone talks with Director of China’s General Administration of Customs Ni Yuefeng and Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan on April 17 to identify measures aimed at addressing the growing backlog of Vietnamese exports at border areas since the beginning of this month.
The General Department of Vietnam Customs has reported that the Vietnam – Japan trade reached US$6.2 billion in the first two months of this year, an 8.6% increase from a year earlier.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s exports to Italy have enjoyed robust growth during the first eight months of the year, a sharp increase of up to 29.1 per cent in comparison to the country’s export growth of 8.1 per cent, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Vietnam’s economy has been better off over the last three years with exports growing rapidly.
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.
A week of Vietnam-Hanoi goods kicked off at the AEON Lake Town Mori in Japan’s Saitama prefecture on June 8 as part of a cooperation pact signed between the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Hanoi authorities, and Japanese retail group AEON.
VOV.VN - The high costs of logistic services stunt the competitiveness of Vietnamese goods when sent to the global market, heard a workshop held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on April 23.
VOV.VN - Retail giant AEON has committed to raising Vietnam’s export turnover through its system to US$500 million by 2020 and US$1 billion by 2025, according to a memorandum of understanding signed between the Japanese firm and the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Bilateral trade between Vietnam and India experienced a significant yearly increase of 50% to US$6.36 billion over the past seven months of 2018, statistics from the General Department of Customs showed.
Over the span of 2017 and the first three weeks of 2018, the price of the euro surged, causing mild unease among import-export businesses despite Vietnamese exports to the European Union (EU) hitting $40 billion per year.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s export turnover has seen spectacular growth over the past 11 months considering the nation’s adjustment for the reduction in natural resource exports.
Though the ASEAN Economic Community is expected to significantly benefit Vietnamese exports via import tariff slashes, domestic enterprises are finding it difficult to boost exports for various reasons.
VOV.VN - After signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement (“BTA”) in 2000, the trade between Vietnam and US has flourished with total bilateral trade turnover increasing more than 10 times from US$1.5 billion in 2001 to over US$20 billion in 2011.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is undertaking initiatives to work with local companies hoping to spur more cross-border commercial trade through the nation’s 295 border crossings.
Many products in Vietnam are facing the risk of their market shares and revenues narrowing down due to anti-dumping investigations and lawsuits.
Vietnam exported almost US$249 million worth of commodities to Italy in January, an annual increase of 36.39 percent, according to the Information Centre under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
(VOV) - Germany is considered Vietnam’s biggest trade partner in the Europe, accounting for 20% of the Southeast Asian nation’s total exports to the European Union, and a gateway to other EU markets.
(VOV) -A seminar was held in southern Dong Nai province on August 1 to shed light on specific aspects of the Vietnam-Chile free trade agreement (FTA) and discuss opportunities to boost exports in the Chilean market.
(VOV) -Vietnam boasts great potential for boosting exports to Middle East and African markets with high consuming power.
(VOV) -Two-way trade volume between Vietnam and France in the first two months of 2014 rose slightly by 3.1% from a year earlier to nearly US$362 million, according to recently released official statistics.