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China has approved another 47 farming area codes and 18 packaging facility codes for importing durian from Viet Nam, according to Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Fruit exports to China: VN sells more goods, but makes less profit than Thailand
Both Vietnam and Thailand are big fruit exporters to China. However, Thailand can earn more money than Vietnam though it sells less fruit.
Vietnam to buy electricity from China to ease shortage
The Northern Power Corporation will buy electricity from China’s Guangxi Power Grid Company to ease the power shortage this summer.
Chinese traders to enter Vietnam for lychee purchase
More than 201 Chinese traders have registered to enter Vietnam to purchase lychee in the northern province of Bac Giang between mid-May and July, Trade and Industry Promotion Center of the province has announced.
Chinese tourist arrivals in Vietnam surge
Since China allowed its citizens to travel to Vietnam in groups from March 15, the number of Chinese tourists to Vietnam has increased sharply, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.
Chinese luxury travelers on Vietnamese tour operators’ radar
Vietnamese tourism businesses are making efforts to draw Chinese visitors with demand for deluxe services, sensing that the segment is expanding after COVID-19.
Airlines reopen China - Da Nang air routes
Okay Airways and Pacific Airlines will begin their flights connecting Da Nang with Hunan (China) and Muan (the Republic of Korea) from late April, increasing the number of airlines restarting operations at the Da Nang International Airport to 28.
Vietnamese brands aim for Chinese market
Vietnamese businesses have a geographical advantage in accessing China, the world's second-largest market, especially with support from e-commerce platforms, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Over 80 packaging facilities and sweet potato areas eligible for export to China
China has unveiled a list of more than 80 local packaging facilities and growing areas of sweet potatoes that fully meet phytosanitary requirements, meaning they are allowed to be exported to the Chinese market.
Nha Trang welcomes first Chinese group tour
Bamboo Airways flight QH9583 landed at Cam Ranh International Airport in Khanh Hoa province on April 2, bringing 153 Chinese visitors to central Vietnam from Macau (China).
China welcomes first Vietnamese tourists after three-year hiatus
Chinese localities bordering Vietnam such as Guangxi and Yunnan received their first groups of Vietnamese tourists after a three-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
New products needed to lure Chinese tourists after reopening
Tourism authorities and tour operators in China and Vietnam have been busy working out ways to boost travel after China officially resumed international tourism last month.
Fruit exports stuck at Lang Son
Serious congestion has occurred at some border gates in the northern province of Lang Son as thousands of trucks transporting fruit for export to China await customs clearance.
Travel firms begin to sell tours to China in April
Travel firms and agents have begun selling tours to China with departure time in April, including both road and air tours. More orders will come if the first tours go smoothly.
Restaurants and hotels in Da Nang 'beautified' to welcome Chinese tourists
Restaurants and hotels along the coast of Da Nang are being repaired and upgraded to welcome back Chinese visitors after a 3-year pause due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Vietnam marks first regular flight from Beijing after three years
Vietnam Airlines conducted the first regular flight from Beijing (China) to Hanoi on March 19 after a three-year suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chinese flock to Vietnam, target of 8 million foreign tourists within reach
Localities and travel firms all are ready to receive large groups of travelers from China. The goal to attract 8 million foreign travelers this year appears feasible.
Travel firms put high hopes on Chinese travelers’ return
Vietnam has been officially added to the list of countries to which Chinese nationals can travel on outbound tours from March 15.
Chinese travel firms place trust in Vietnamese market recovery
Chinese travel firms have firmly backed the recovery of the Vietnamese market and are actively preparing tourism products in a bid to capitalise on opportunities during the upcoming holiday.
Hectic preparations are made to receive Chinese travelers
Vietnamese travel firms say partners have begun contacting them to ask for information about tours after China announced the resumption of group tours to Vietnam beginning March 15.