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China reopens but traditional slots for Vietnam's airlines still not assured

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has reported several issues to the Ministry of Transport about flights to China after the latter removed restrictions on routine flights on January 8.

China holds strong potential for Vietnamese seafood in 2023

Vietnamese seafood exports to China are expected to boom after China opens its borders and lifts all isolation measures to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic this month.

Measures sought to attract visitors from China

A conference discussing measures to attract Chinese tourists to Vietnam was held on January 9 by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in Mong Cai city, the northeastern border province of Quang Ninh.

Airlines to resume regular flights to China as of January 8

Starting from January 8, Vietnamese airlines will operate regular routes to China as they had done in the pre-pandemic period in 2019, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

Vietnamese airlines to increase flights to China

Vietnamese airlines have planned to increase flights to China.

Steel prices recover, manufacturers see opportunities

Positive signs in the world steel market are expected to infuse a new spirit into the steel industry in Vietnam.

Vietnamese exporters ready for Chinese market’s reopening

Vietnamese businesses, especially those operating in the agricultural sector, have made all necessary preparations and are ready for the reopening of the Chinese market from January 8.

China to resume operation of border gates with Vietnam in Lao Cai

The Chinese side has announced that it will completely resume the operation of border gates and paths with Vietnam in northern Lao Cai province from January 8, said Ha Duc Thuan, Vice Director of the Management Board of Lao Cai Economic Zone.

Vietnam’s durian becomes multi-billion-dollar fruit

It is expected that full-tax durian exports will bring billions of dollars for Vietnam in 2023.

Vietnamese tourists not ready to travel China

Vietnamese tourists are reluctant to travel to China after this country announced that it will open its border.

What should Vietnam do to prevent Covid-19 if China reopens its border?

Experts believe that Covid-19 is well controlled in Vietnam and will not break out again if China reopens its border. However, Vietnam still needs to prevent an outbreak as the world Covid-19 situation is still unresolved.

Some sectors to benefit, some to suffer from China’s reopening

China has officially announced the easing of COVID-19 prevention measures which have been imposed for three years.

China’s opening offers economic opportunities to Vietnam

China has been gradually loosening anti-Covid measures since early December and planning to fully open the economy in Q2, which may have positive influences on Vietnam's economy.

VN goods face difficulty as Chinese market becomes choosier

China spends up to $13.5 billion to import fruits a year, but the market is now considered as fastidious as the US and Europe. If just one sweet potato is found stuck with soil, the whole consignment can be rejected.

Vietnam Airlines reopens regular flights to China from December 9

Vietnam Airlines' flight VN 502 departed from Ho Chi Minh City to Guangzhou at 9:55 am on December 9, marking the carrier's first regular commercial flight between Vietnam and China after a nearly three-year disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

China proposes re-signing protocol for seven kinds of Vietnamese fruit

China has proposed signing protocol for seven types of local fruit exported to the northern neighbour via official channels for stricter management, as is currently applied to durian and star apples.

China purchases more Vietnamese fruit for lunar new year holiday

Chinese demand for fruit for the lunar new year holiday accounts for up to 50 percent of Vietnam’s total fruit exports. Experts warn that the products may get stuck at border gates.

What are Vietnam’s opportunities in the face of new reforms in China?

Vietnam-China relations in the past were based mostly on trade and construction bids. What will be important for the new period?

China expected to remain largest export market for Vietnamese pangasius in 2022

China is expected to stay the largest export market for Vietnamese pangasius this whole year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

90,000 tonnes of Vietnamese-branded durian to hit shelves in China

Up to 90,000 tonnes of fresh Vietnamese durian will be put for sale at Chinese retail supermarkets by import partners in the near future, according to a contract signed on November 14 between Vina T&T Group and Sunwah Group of Hong Kong’s (China).