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Weak demand for domestic sugar and the penetration of smuggled sugar have been dragging down sugar prices in Vietnam, driving many producers into unprofitability.

Origin fraud threatens local exporters

After a local silk importer was recently found to be disguising Chinese products as Vietnamese to sell them in India, experts have warned of the risks of losing out on exports and preferential tariffs due to intellectual property (IP) violations.

Customs agencies struggle to fight against smuggling, origin fraud

The fight against trade fraud became even tougher after the US-China trade war broke out in 2018, according to Director of the Post-Customs Clearance Inspection Department Nguyen Tien Loc.

Origin fraud threatens local exporters

After a local silk importer was recently found to be disguising Chinese products as Vietnamese to sell them in India, experts have warned of the risks of losing out on exports and preferential tariffs due to intellectual property (IP) violations.

Customs authority discovers multiple cases of origin fraud

Country of origin fraud cases, wherein Chinese products bear Made-in-Vietnam labels, are on the rise, with Vietnam’s customs authority recently inspecting 76 cases

Four firms accused of mislabeling exports to bypass high U.S. tariffs

An agency from the General Department of Vietnam Customs has accused four firms of relabeling foreign-made products as Vietnamese, including bicycles and wooden shelves, to avoid high U.S. tariffs.

Officials voice concerns over fraud in issuing certificates of origin

Given the more complicated nature of origin fraud, the Government has ordered a review of legal documents and has called for tighter control over the issuance of certificates of origin (C/O).

 

Fashion brand closes following fake label accusations

Popular women clothing brand Seven.AM has closed its stores in Hanoi after authorities seized thousands of products for investigations into their allegedly replacing made-in-China labels with Vietnamese alternatives.

 

9,000 products of SEVEN.am fashion chain seized

The Hanoi General Department for Market Management on Tuesday reported that it had seized more than 9,000 products of the fashion brand SEVEN.am.

 

Vietnam on high alert to origin fraud

After many exports to the US were found disguised with ‘made in Vietnam’ labels to try to evade anti-dumping duties, Vietnam has become more vigilant over origin fraud.

Vietnam Customs Agency vows to combat origin fraud

The Prime Minister has given instructions to fight against origin fraud and illegal transshipment to protect brands and the prestige of Vietnamese goods.

Vietnam’s wood industry struggle to prevent trade fraud

According to a market research by Forest Trend, in the first five months of this year, the number of new FDI projects in wood industry totaled 49 projects, of which there were 32 projects belonging to wood processing field.

Experts warn about ambiguous production origin

Quantifying Vietnamese content in products and legalizing made-in-Vietnam products are important tasks which can clarify what made-in-Vietnam means.

Origin fraud continues to be difficult to control

Vietnam has vowed to prevent and discover origin fraud in an effort to protect domestic production.

Vietnam takes serious measures to block exports with origin fraud

Amid the US-China trade war, the US is paying higher notice to Vietnamese products. As a result, enterprises have had to change business practices to adapt to new circumstances.