Vietnam-China trade

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The unexpected low demand for Chinese goods has caused concern among traders.

MoU signed to boost Vietnam-China fruit trading

Vietnam and China has signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in agriculture and fruit sale, expected to facilitate farm produce trading amid difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Border trade rules to be tightened

Tran Quoc Toan, Deputy Director-General of the Import-Export Department, Ministry of Industry of Trade, talks on Vietnam’s decision to gradually eliminate all temporary import and re-export activities through Vietnam-China sub-border gates.

nCoV outbreak impacts Vietnam’s trade with not only China: official

The outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has affected Vietnam’s trade with not only China but also other markets, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai.

Prolonged nCoV epidemic could affect budget revenue: MoF

If the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) epidemic lingers, production, trade and State budget revenue will be greatly affected, according to the Ministry of Finance (MoF).

Nearly 400 vehicles transporting farm produce remain stuck at Vietnam-China border gate

Hundreds of trucks carrying fruits are now stuck at the Vietnam-China border gate of Tan Thanh in Lang Son Province.

Vietnamese exports rise, but not because of trade war: economist

Vietnam’s economy has been better off over the last three years with exports growing rapidly.

Vietnam acts with composure amid yuan devaluation

Since China is Vietnam’s biggest trade partner, the sharp yuan devaluation will affect Vietnam’s imports and exports with China.

Vietnam to export products through official channels to China

VietNamNet Bridge - Though China is the biggest export market for Vietnam, most of the exports go through unofficial channels. 

Vietnam suffers as China sets trade barriers on farm produce

VietNamNet Bridge - Since Vietnam heavily relies on China, a major import/export market, it has encountered difficulties as China has tightened cross-border imports and set barriers to Vietnamese farm produce. 

Vietnam to ease reliance on China, import more from South Korea

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts have noted signs of a decrease in imports from China, while imports from South Korea rose by 7.9 percent in the first six months of the year.

Vietnam loses big money on iron ore export ban

VietNamNet Bridge - The iron ore export ban has caused Vietnam to fail to collect tens of trillions of dong, while the continued steel production from iron ore has caused the environment to be seriously polluted.

Farmers fear Chinese chicken will bring misfortune

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese agencies are considering allowing the import of Chinese poultry meat. The inews has been published on the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s (MARD) Department of Animal Health’s website.

Highest risks doing business with China

VietNamNet Bridge - Relying on some certain trade partners is risky, especially China, which can be unpredictable.

Vietnam buys Chinese goods, from onions to cars, why?

VietNamNet Bridge - The majority of Vietnamese say they don’t want imports from China, but Chinese goods still flood the Vietnamese market.

Vietnam considers ways of reducing reliance on Chinese goods

VietNamNet Bridge - Economists have repeatedly urged to think of solutions to escape the reliance on Chinese goods, but the task remains difficult.

Vietnam warned about negative impact from Chinese ‘infrastructure leverage’

VietNamNet Bridge - While China, Laos and Thailand are believed to benefit from the Chinese ‘infrastructure leverage’ program, Vietnam will sustain negative impact from it.

Vietnam’s seafood market regulated by Chinese businesses

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s seafood exports to China have been increasing steadily. However, experts warn there will be more losses than gains when doing business with China.

Import/export activities unaffected by yuan depreciation?

VietNamNet Bridge - Import/export companies say that the fluctuations in the price of the dong have dealt a strong blow to their business, but the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) says the Chinese yuan devaluation has had no effect.

In competing with China, weak VND policy will not help

VietNamNet Bridge - Economists have repeatedly advised the government not to rely on a weak dong policy when trying to compete with Chinese products as demand in China is falling.