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Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh and Minister of Finance and Economy of Brunei Dato Amin Abdullah on June 10 affirmed that the countries will continue close cooperation 

ASEAN Economic Ministers agree not to create more technical barriers

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh informed the press on the outcomes of two special virtual meetings of ASEAN on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic that Vietnam hosted on June 4, as Chair of the ASEAN in 2020.

Malaysia, Indonesia sign 2-billion-USD currency swap deal

The central banks of Malaysia and Indonesia on September 27 signed a currency swap agreement, which allows the exchange of local currencies between the central banks of up to 2 billion USD.

VN-origin billionaire wishes to promote trade-economic cooperation between Germany, Serbia and Vietnam

At the invitation of First Deputy PM and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic, Mai Vu Minh - who is chairman of Germany-based SAPA Thale Group, is paying a working visit to the Republic of Serbia today.

Abe, Putin to huddle at hot spring over Japan-Russia islands row

 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet at a hot spring resort on Thursday seeking progress on a territorial row that has prevented their countries from signing a peace treaty formally ending World War Two.

Vietnam & Azerbaijan to boost economic relations

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Vietnam, H.E. Anar Imanov, speaks about the economic cooperation between the two countries over recent years and what the future holds.

Diplomatic highlights in June

VietNamNet Bridge – Consolidating political ties and enhancing economic cooperation with African and European countries and making active contributions to the bilateral and multilateral forums are among the key features


Vietnam awaits Trans-Pacific Partnership signing

 VietNamNet Bridge – At the close of the latest round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, chief negotiators were quoted as saying the finish line is in sight and they expect to cross it in the first quarter of 2015.

Vietnam-China relations: The most likely scenario

Economists have described three possible scenarios for Vietnam-China economic relations in the context of the East Sea situation, with the most likely scenario one of “struggling and cooperating at the same time”.


Vietnam trade office opens in Milan; Survey suggests an employment increase;Vinamilk tops payout value; Domestic coal inventory reaches 8 million tonnes; Vietnam named Malaysia’s biggest rice supplier

Bulgaria, Vietnam look to strategic partnership

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam and Bulgaria are expected to sign a joint statement during President Rosen Plevneliev’s October 27-31 visit, demonstrating the two countries’ desire to develop a strategic partnership in the future.


 Trade surplus recorded in nine months; Consumer product forum gathers firms; Road show steers consumers towards auto expo; Southern steel mill now active; Vietcombank unveils new mutual fund


HCM City’s trade promotion focuses on regional countries; Gov’t pledges support for Samsung; Big home loan rate cuts unlikely: experts; Funds prioritized for key traffic projects in city