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China becomes choosy about farm produce exports

China, which spends $260 billion to import farm produce, has become as selective as the US and Japan.

Vietnam seeks inclusion on China’s list of tourism outbound markets

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) of Vietnam has sent a document to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of China, proposing adding Vietnam to the list of countries where China is resuming outbound tours.

China proposed to resume outbound tours to Vietnam

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has proposed China resume outbound travel tours to Vietnam to improve and recover tourism between the two countries.

Dien pomelos head for UK, farm produce crosses border to China, rice exported to Europe

The first consignment of Dien pomelo from Yen Thuy in Hoa Binh has reached the UK, while farm exports to China have picked up again.

Vietnamese rice exports to China fall because of stricter requirements

Currently, only 22 Vietnamese enterprises are licensed to export rice to China with a certain quota.

Vietnam – China trade hits over US$10 billion in January

China was Vietnam’s only trading partner to have an import and export turnover reaching more than US$10 billion in January, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

China’s reopening good news but there are challenges

China’s reopening of borders after nearly three years of lockdowns to combat the COVID-19 pandemic is good news for Viet Nam to increase the export of agricultural products.

Agricultural ministry urges caution amid recent high demand for betel

Cuong warned that widespread betel cultivation could lead to an oversupply crisis and emphasised the importance of keeping abreast of market trends.

Travel firms still waiting for Chinese tour groups to return

Travel firms and airlines are preparing to receive Chinese travelers, but the absence of Vietnam on the list of 20 tourism markets with which China will resume cooperation has caused concern.

Vietnam looks forward to catfish orders from China, the US

In January 2023, catfish exports brought $106.8 million to Vietnam, a 50 percent fall compared with the same period last year. However, Vietnamese farmers and exporters now see positive signs from the US and China.

Fruit exports to China increase sharply

The recovery of exports to China will contribute to boosting Vietnam's fruit and vegetable industry in 2023.

International sales of Vietnamese fruits expected to soar in 2023

Vegetable and fruit export turnover is expected to set a new record in 2023.

Border gates in Lang Son, Quang Ninh reopen after Tet holiday

The border gates in Quang Ninh and Lang Son provinces have resumed operation after a week-long suspension of customs clearance for the Lunar New Year holiday (Tet).

Almost 3,000 tonnes of farm produce exported to China via Lang Son's border gates

Exports of agricultural and fruit products, mainly dragon fruit and mango, reached almost 2,700 tonnes to China through Lạng Sơn Province border gates on January 24, the third day of the Lunar New Year.

Da Nang, Khanh Hoa ready to receive Chinese travelers for Tet holiday

At least two localities have stated they are ready to receive Chinese travelers after nearly three years of interruption because of Covid-19.

China’s re-opening to impact Vietnam

China’s re-opening will boost Vietnam’s economy in tourism, exports and foreign direct investment (FDI).

Cross-border business busy after China’s border reopening

As soon as China reopened its border on January 8, business of Vietnam and China turned busy again after a nearly three-year disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dragon fruit prices surge, farmers earn big

Dragon fruit prices have unexpectedly soared. Merchants are rushing to export to China.

Airlines ready to capitalise on increasing travel demand as China reopens borders

Vietnam’s aviation industry is forecast to have a busy year ahead as China reopens its borders which had been shut down since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trade possibilities restored as China softens restrictions

It is anticipated that reopening of China’s border could somewhat alleviate Vietnam’s sluggish import and export positions.