Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Vietnam and the United Kingdom are expecting to cash in on bonanzas from their fresh bilateral free trade deal, which is believed to be the key driving force for both nations to improve their trade and investment cooperation.
Vietnam, EU review bilateral trade deal implementation

Vietnam, EU review bilateral trade deal implementation

Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien and European Commission Vice-President and EU trade commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis have co-chaired the first meeting of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA)'s Trade Committee.
ASEAN, Czech Republic look to standardise customs procedures

ASEAN, Czech Republic look to standardise customs procedures

The Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) Committee in coordination with the Customs Administration of the Czech Republic has held a webinar to introduce the electronic customs of the European country.
EuroCham supports Vietname to improve competitiveness

EuroCham supports Vietname to improve competitiveness

EuroCham proposed the Ministry of Planning and Investment to organise an online conference for European businesses over the world to find opportunities in Vietnam.
Vietnam exports first batch of lychee under EVFTA

Vietnam exports first batch of lychee under EVFTA

The first batch of Thanh Ha lychees was officially exported to Europe under the EU–Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) on June 7.
Vietnam – interesting potential market in Asia-Pacific: German economist

Vietnam – interesting potential market in Asia-Pacific: German economist

Vietnam continues to be one of the most interesting potential markets in the Asian-Pacific region, together with India, economist Daniel Müller from the German Asia-Pacific Business Association (OAV) has said.
Using past lessons to build the future

Using past lessons to build the future

Over the past 46 years, Vietnam has weathered numerous difficulties in the economic sphere. Raymond Mallon, a senior economic expert based in Vietnam, provides perspective on how the economy has performed since national reunification in 1975, and analyses the key factors and measures that might help Vietnam achieve its objective of becoming a developed nation by 2045.
High-tech success resting on investment

High-tech success resting on investment

Vietnam is a fertile ground for high-tech development, for both domestic and international tech companies.
COVID-19 containment contributes to Vietnam’s upgraded outlook: Fitch Ratings

COVID-19 containment contributes to Vietnam’s upgraded outlook: Fitch Ratings

Strong export growth and a successful campaign to contain the spread of COVID-19 have supported Vietnam’s economy through the pandemic and allowed the government to adopt a restrained fiscal policy response, says Fitch Ratings.
Vietnam exports $4.8 billion into EU after the effect of EVFTA

Vietnam exports $4.8 billion into EU after the effect of EVFTA 1

Buoyed by the EVFTA entering into effect last August, Vietnam's export value to the EU has increased 18 per cent on-year in the first three months this year.
FNF Lighthouse project connects four Vietnamese exporters with Europe

FNF Lighthouse project connects four Vietnamese exporters with Europe

Four Vietnamese organic agricultural producers in the EVFTA Lighthouse project of FNF have been introduced to foreign trade promotion partners.
Vietnam's export to EU hit nearly $10 billion in first quarter

Vietnam's export to EU hit nearly $10 billion in first quarter

Despite the adverse impacts of COVID-19, Vietnam’s exports to the EU picked up 18 per cent in the first quarter of this year, to approximately $10 billion.
Opportunities and challenges for Vietnamese SMEs under EVFTA

Opportunities and challenges for Vietnamese SMEs under EVFTA

Vietnamese SMEs are urged to deal with their existing limitations to grasp the opportunities arising from the EVFTA.
EU carbon tax plan compels local suppliers to step up

EU carbon tax plan compels local suppliers to step up

Vietnamese manufacturing exporters will be under pressure to invest in greener solutions once the European Union adopts a resolution on placing a carbon tax on some products from outside the bloc that do not meet decarbonisation standards
Banks plan to attract foreign capital

Banks plan to attract foreign capital

A number of banks continue planning to raise capital to improve their financial capacity and many have already deployed plans to attract more foreign capital.
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