Vietnam had recorded 224 cases subject to the trade remedies of other countries in the year to October, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
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Trade remedy cases against Vietnamese exported products increase
The number of trade remedy cases initiated by foreign countries and territories against Vietnamese exported goods is increasing rapidly, according to Le Trieu Dung, director of the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam.
Authorities, enterprises collaborate to respond to trade remedy lawsuits
Vietnam is currently facing 208 trade remedy lawsuits, and this figure is expected to increase sharply in the coming time, causing the market share of Vietnamese goods to be at risk of shrinking in many export markets.
Vietnamese products at risk of trade violation investigations
The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV) have warned that Vietnamese products are at risking of falling foul of anti-dumping and trade defence investigations.
MoIT helps enterprises deal with increasing trade remedy cases
Vietnam’s export goods face more trade remedies in the process of deep economic integration, so the Ministry of Industry and Trade has developed solutions for the situation.
Anti-dumping lawsuits looming over exporters
Trade protectionism is on the rise around the world, as governments attempt to limit the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic.
Origin fraud continues to be difficult to control
Vietnam has vowed to prevent and discover origin fraud in an effort to protect domestic production.