Trade remedies have helped the domestic sugar production industry to recover and farmers to stabilise production, according to experts.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has issued a decision to investigate the evasion of trade remedies for cane sugar products originating from...
Local exporters need to proactively identify risks and work closely with state management agencies to respond to trade remedies in the increasingly complicated imported markets,
Vietnam is facing an increasing risk of trade defence lawsuits as exports expand after the country's active international integration and participation in free trade agreements (FTAs).
The increase in Vietnam’s exports in recent years may prompt import countries to activate trade remedies against Vietnam’s products.
As Vietnam is continuously increasing its presence and exploring new export markets, applied trade remedies against domestic producers and their goods have become more frequent.
International trade remedies are used by many countries to protect their domestic industries, especially now production has stalled due to the impacts of COVID-19.
While local export products have been facing more anti-dumping investigations and tax evasion cases in foreign countries, Vietnamese enterprises are still unaware of the risk.
With an array of free trade agreements (FTAs) inked and coming into force, countries around the world have also increased technical barriers to protect their domestic industries,
The Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is planning to increase the number of training courses it organises on trade remedies for the domestic production industry.
Vietnam is increasing the application of trade defence instruments to protect the legitimate rights of domestic producers as the country integrates rapidly into the global economy.