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Vietnamese firms urged to watch global trade policies

Firms should keep an eye on global trade moves by major economies to figure out how best to promote the consumption and export of products made in Vietnam.

Vietnam export recovery gains momentum

Exports grew smartly in January and their recovery is expected to gain further momentum, supporting the economy and stock market, according to Michael Kokalari, chief economist at investment fund VinaCapital.

Exports to US bring in nearly US$97 billion

Vietnam earned nearly US$97 billion from its exports to the United States last year, representing a decline of 11.3% year on year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Standards and remedies place pressure on exports

With a lower-than-expected export windfall in 2023, Vietnam’s export landscape for 2024 is expected to face plenty of challenges caused by global demand.

Seven groups of export items top US$10 billion each in 2023

Vietnam had seven commodities earning over US$10 billion in export value in 2023, data from the General Statistics Office (GSO) showed.

Positive outlook ahead for exports amid global market rally

Vietnamese exports have improved gradually over the past consecutive months, with the monthly average export value exceeding the US$30 billion mark, signaling a general recovery in the export market.

Seven groups of export items top US$10 billion each in Jan-Oct

Vietnam’s total foreign trade in the year to October had amounted to US$557.95 billion, with seven groups of export items generating export revenue of US$10 billion or above each.

Vietnamese exports face US trade defence measures

The US’s increased trade defence measures on imports in general and Vietnamese goods in particular has made it increasingly hard to export to this market, according to Counsellor and head of the Vietnam Trade Office in the US Do Ngoc Hung.

Vietnam's agriculture sector sees lower trade value in Q1/2023

The trade value of agro-forestry-fisheries products in the first quarter of this year was estimated at US$20.63 billion, down 11.2 per cent year on...

Wholesale action set for export gain

As growing risks in the global market are posing challenges for Vietnam to maintain its growth prospects at a high level and realise its big export target this year, the government has requested new measures to bring the situation under control.

Vietnam's export target set at 393-394 billion USD in 2023: Ministry

The Ministry of Industry and Trade plans to set a target of 6% growth in export value this year, considering unpredictable factors that can affect import-export, according to Deputy Minister Do Thang Hai.

Five export items fetch US$1 billion each in first half of January

Five export products have earned more than US$1 billion each in the first half of January 2023, according to the Vietnam General Department of Customs.

11 export items to US market record turnover exceeding US$1 billion

The United States represents the country’s largest export market, with a total of 11 items reaching over US$1 billion, according to figures given by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Agro-aquatic-forestry exports hit nearly US$45 bln during Jan-Oct

Vietnam earned US$44.9 billion from exporting agro-aquatic-forestry products over the last 10 months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 14.1 percent.

Vietnam to experience import, export difficulties by end of year: MoIT

High inflation in markets, especially the main export markets of Viet Nam, also reduces the demand for consumer goods.

Vietnam to become the worlds chip production center

In the first eight months of this year, phones and electronic components have the most prominent export turnover in our country, reaching nearly 40 billion USD.

Vietnam likely to earn 300 billion USD in exports this year

The industry and trade sector is exerting all-out efforts to achieve the target of 300 billion USD in export turnover this year in the context that the COVID-19 pandemic is seriously affecting global trade.