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The Vietnam-EU Trade Forum is expected to take place on October 27 in Hanoi.
Vietnam has taken various measures in a bid to protect the interest of Vietnamese products and exporters in the EU markets, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Europe is a large market for Vietnamese goods, but businesses need to grasp its quality standards and consumption trends so as to fully capitalse on this market, heard an online workshop held on July 7.
Driven by the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, investment from the bloc into Vietnam has moved in a positive direction over the past year, with bright prospects ahead on the back of the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement coming into force.
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Hiệp định Thương mại tự do Việt Nam-Liên minh châu Âu (EVFTA) sau một năm thực thi đã góp phần đưa hàng Việt vào thị trường châu Âu.
Vietnam exported a total of 4.88 million tonnes of iron and steel worth US$3.61 billion during the five months of the year, with China emerging as the largest buyer, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
The government has set up an FDI task force to support multinationals and foreign businesses grasping investment opportunities in Vietnam.
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Bộ trưởng Bộ Công Thương Nguyễn Hồng Diên vừa phê duyệt Kế hoạch thực thi Hiệp định Thương mại tự do giữa Việt Nam và Liên hiệp Vương quốc Anh và Bắc Ireland (UKVFTA) của Bộ Công Thương.
Several of Vietnam’s key export sectors have become magnets for merger and acquisition (M&As) activities, posing a risk of leading enterprises in those sectors being purchased by foreign investors.
The Ministry of Construction (MoC) believes the domestic real estate market has overcome the most difficult period due to positive developments in the market as well as the whole economy in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Apart from challenges, many opportunities will be offered to the Vietnamese economy in 2021, experts have said.
Dr Tran Thi Hong Minh, Director of the Central Institute for Economic Management, talks about Vietnam’s potential for economic development in 2021.
Vietnam’s coffee exports are expected to have a good start to 2021 after a gloomy year due to the severe impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to industry insiders.
The latest Business Climate Index (BCI) unveiled by the European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) in Vietnam on February 3 indicates that EU companies in Vietnam ended 2020 with overall optimistic view about the country's’s business climate.
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The newswire aseantoday.com has said amid global and regional crises sparked by COVID-19, natural disasters and geopolitical changes,
Last year’s export growth of 6.5% can be viewed as a bright spot in the nation’s economic picture, with this growth being attributed to the signing of a number of free trade agreements (FTAs).
Vietnam’s e-commerce market is forecast to continue growing strongly in the time to come thanks to a big population with high rates of young people and internet users.
Vietnam’s strong growth momentum in manufacturing is expected to continue in 2021, supported by growing external demand from trade deals such as the EVFTA, UKVFTA, and RCEP.