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Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have the largest numbers of key energy consumers, with 247 in the capital and 311 in the southern metropolis.

Vietnam's anti-dumping duties on steel products extended for 5 more years

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has decided to extend the anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled stainless steel products originated from China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan (China) for an additional five years, starting from October 26.

Imports stuck at border gates due to new Chinese rules

China's sudden application of the new C/O (certificate of origin) form E has left lots of goods imported from China stuck at northern Lang Son province's border gates since August 20, according to the Lang Son Customs Department.

Online public services – foundation of e-Government

The full online provision of public services is an important link in the administrative reform programme and the foundation of an e-Government, according to Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung.

Vietnam, Uruguay sign trade, investment promotion deal

The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) under the Ministry of Industry has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on trade and investment promotion with Uruguay’s Investment, Export and Country Brand Promotion Agency.

Bottlenecks in logistics need to be cleared

The logistics sector has long been considered the backbone of trade activities. However in Vietnam, that backbone seems to have a lot of problems. 

Industry & Trade Ministry hands over loss-making projects to CMSC

The Ministry of Industry and Trade on Tuesday handed over 11 out of 12 loss-making projects to the Committee for Management of State Capital at Enterprises (CMSC).

 

Ministry tightens supervision to avoid trade sanctions

Sectors which have seen high growth in the past few years such as wooden furniture, garments and textiles, seafood and steel are being placed under special supervision to avoid having high tariffs and trade sanctions imposed by other nations.

Industry and Trade Ministry proposes rules on “Made in Vietnam” products

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has proposed the Government promulgate regulations on Vietnamese goods and ‘Made in Vietnam’ products as there are no specific rules on the issue.

Vietnam's imports of phone components reach over $4.9 billion

Vietnam spent $1.1 billion importing mobile phones and spare parts in May, up 36.2 percent from the same period last year.

Industry Ministry raises warnings about power shortages

A report from the Ministry of Industry and Trade has warned about power shortages in 2020 as 47 electricity projects, most of them are in the southern region, are stagnated.

 

Ministry of Industry and Trade, GE sign MoU on wind energy cooperation

 GE, a US based global corporation on May 23 announced that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Industry and Trade on developing 1,000MW of Wind energy in Vietnam.