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Vietnam witnessed the growth of exports and imports in the first four months of 2021 hitting 10-year record high, data of the General Statistics Office (GSO) shows.

Vietnam’s industrial export still relies on FDI sector

Vietnam posted an estimated trade surplus of $1.3 billion in January, according to a report recently announced by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Vietnam sees strong demand for cold storage facilities

A strong demand for fruits and vegetables is driving food hygiene and safety requirements in Vietnam, which in turn are spurring investments in new cold storage facilities, said Cushman & Wakefield, in a recent report.

Vietnam's “lychee kingdom” looks to conquer demanding markets

Thieu lychee, a specialty fruit of Luc Ngan district in northern Bac Giang province, are expected to soon be readily-found in one of the most choosy markets in the world, Japan, 

Vietnam in favourable position in new int’l economic order thanks to EVFTA: expert

Associate Professor, Dr. Chu Hoang Long from the Australian National University (ANU) on May 23 expressed his belief that the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), once effective, will boost two-way trade thanks to eased tax barriers.

E-commerce provides opportunities for VN firms to boost exports

Amid the negative coronavirus impact, local small and medium-sized enterprises are paying attention to digital solutions that utilise artificial intelligence technology to increase exports by connecting buyers globally via e-commerce channels.

11 localities top 1 billion USD in exports in Q1

Eleven provinces and cities had exports of more than 1 billion USD in the first quarter and accounted for 78 percent of the nation’s entire exports.

Little promise in outlook for Vietnam's Q2 exports to US, EU

The COVID-19 pandemic has already made it quite difficult for Vietnamese goods to enter the US and EU markets and the outlook for the second quarter is also gloomy, according to Cong Thuong (Industry & Trade) newspaper.

Vietnam’s exports forecast to plunge in Q1

Vietnam’s exports are forecast to plunge in the first quarter of this year due to impacts of the acute respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

Iran plans to promote investments in Vietnam

The move is intended for Iranian businessmen and traders to become acquainted with the business potential of Vietnam and having more vigorous presence in this market.

Vietnam’s rice sector forecast to face difficulties in 2020

The Philippines and China, Vietnam’s two major rice export markets, may reduce rice imports in 2020.

VN top legislator meets with Belarusian Prime Minister

Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan met with Belarusian Prime Minister Sergey Nikolayevich Rumas on December 13 as part of her ongoing official visit to the European country.

Top legislator meets with Belarusian Prime Minister

Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan met with Belarusian Prime Minister Sergey Nikolayevich Rumas on December 13 as part of her ongoing official visit to the European country.

Vietnam Jan-Oct trade deficit with China hits record high of US$29 billion

The US-China trade war may be behind such a record figure.

Slowdown in FDI’s export growth to impact Vietnam’s economy in 2020

A slowdown in export growth of the foreign-invested sector could have a negative impact on Vietnam’s economy in 2020, according to SSI Securities Corporation, Vietnam’s largest brokerage house.

Vietnamese watermelon seeds exported to Japan for first time

Vietnam has exported to Japan its first batch of 8.1 kilograms of watermelon seeds, produced by farmers in the Mekong Delta province Hau Giang.

Vietnamese firms face high risks from US-China trade war

Vietnam, with its highly open economy, is facing many risks from the US-China trade war which has not shown any sign of easing, experts said at a workshop in HCM City on June 25 on the impacts of the trade war.

Local firms stuck at bottom of smiling curve

VietNamNet Bridge – Exports of high-tech goods with low added value put the country at the bottom of the smiling curve, according to a Fulbright Vietnam University report.

Garment, textile exports to expand

 VietNamNet Bridge – The garment and textile sector expects its exports will grow an average of 11.5 per cent per year between now and 2020, the Viet Nam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas) said last week.

It's time for VN's rice industry to develop trade mark exports

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam is one of the world's major rice exporters, but it still does not have a recognised niche when it comes to the international market.