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The customs sector will continue to introduce measures to help Vietnamese enterprises fully tap the benefits brought about by FTAs Vietnam has signed with foreign partners, an official from the General Department of Vietnam Customs has said.
With a number of free trade agreements (FTAs) now signed, Vietnam finds itself in its strongest-ever position on the international trade map.
The first 60 tonnes of jasmin rice shipped to the UK under the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) hit the shelves in London on January 26.
List of FTAs joined by Vietnam as of December 2020 in which Vietnam has joined cover most continents. They comprise nearly 60 economies which altogether make up ~90% global GDP.
Last year’s export growth of 6.5% can be viewed as a bright spot in the nation’s economic picture, with this growth being attributed to the signing of a number of free trade agreements (FTAs).
Overcoming lockdowns during Covid-19, Vietnamese goods still reached all corners of the planet.
Vietnam remains one of the top 10 exporters of textiles and apparel.
2020 is of great significance to Vietnam’s economy as the country has deepened its engagement with the international community through a string of newly-signed landmark trade deals.
The UK – Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) was officially signed in London on December 29.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade yesterday launch the Vietnam Free Trade Agreement Portal (FTAP) to help the domestic business community make the most of the opportunities brought about by trade deals to which Vietnam is party.
Vietnam's export growth this year has been impressive thanks to the signing and approving of many free trade agreements (FTAs), reflecting the success of the country's steady and flexible international integration process.
When we only dominate the processes of assembly, we are lost at the most important stages of the value chain, from invention to design to distribution...
The conclusion of the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) demonstrates the importance of Vietnam as a market and its heightened position in the eyes of the UK,
Local businesses have effectively utilised a number of free trade agreements (FTAs) signed by the country, many of which can be considered to add fresh impetus to boosting exports moving into next year, according to insiders.
To maximize the advantage of export opportunities from free trade agreements (FTAs), enterprises cannot but take into account the criteria for sustainable development.
Nguyen Quy Quynh has been elected for two consecutive terms as vice president of the research team No 1 for the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) Development (ITU-D).
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Two months since the effectiveness of the EVFTA, Vietnam has seen positive signals in its trade exchange with the EU despite the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam and the United Kingdom are speeding up negotiations on a new-generation free trade agreement between the two sides, which is expected to be completed at the end of this year.