Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Local coffee brands diversify operations to boost exports

Vietnamese producers continue to have a faint imprint on the world’s deep-processed coffee market, and many small businesses are now beginning to pay more attention to branding, while larger ones seek new ways to increase export output.
Hai Duong angles to boost lychee exports

Hai Duong angles to boost lychee exports

The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency and Hai Duong held a conference to promote the exports of Thanh Ha lychee and other distinct agricultural products.    
Upbeat export prospects for 2021

Upbeat export prospects for 2021

Vietnam has posted impressive export-import performance despite the health crisis, with Ho Chi Minh City, the northern province of Thai Nguyen, and the southern province of Binh Duong heralded as the top performers thanks to the inputs of both local and foreign businesses.
Stage set for scale-up of nation’s rice

Stage set for scale-up of nation’s rice

Vietnam’s rice processing and trading have overcome the difficulties caused by the ongoing pandemic to acquire the export turnover of over $3 billion in 2020, a record in the past nine years, with exporters remaining bullish over future prospects.
Key export goods rumble on despite pandemic strains

Key export goods rumble on despite pandemic strains

Processing and manufacturing involving items such as electronics and rice is one of the main factors driving Vietnam’s all-time high trade surplus of $20.1 billion so far this year.
Vietnam's record export surplus in the first 11 months of 2020 (Infographics)

Vietnam's record export surplus in the first 11 months of 2020 (Infographics)

Vietnam's record export surplus in the first 11 months of 2020
2020 aquatic product exports predicted to hit 8.6 bln USD

2020 aquatic product exports predicted to hit 8.6 bln USD

Vietnam may earn 8.6 billion USD from exporting aquatic products this year, the same as the figure in 2019, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has forecast, adding that it would be a result beyond the expectations of most given the COVID-19 pandemic.
Growing trade remedies a sign of rising export activity

Growing trade remedies a sign of rising export activity

As Vietnam is continuously increasing its presence and exploring new export markets, applied trade remedies against domestic producers and their goods have become more frequent.
Dairy export rise likely with EU influx

Dairy export rise likely with EU influx

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement is giving a boost to the European dairy industry to penetrate deeper into the promising Vietnamese market.
Export prospects rise though forestry decree

Export prospects rise though forestry decree

With the EU being among the largest importers of Vietnam’s timber products, a fresh decree on legal assurance has marked an important step towards the full implementation of the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Voluntary Partnership Agreement between Vietnam and the EU.
Export turnover lends country further surplus in spite of snags

Export turnover lends country further surplus in spite of snags

Despite a decline in state budget revenue, remittances, and foreign direct investment, Vietnam is expected to see a surplus in current account this year thanks to a possible rise in export turnover.
Seven-month agro-forestry-aquaculture export reaches 22.3 billion USD (Infographics)

Seven-month agro-forestry-aquaculture export reaches 22.3 billion USD (Infographics)

The export turnover of agriculture, forestry and aquaculture in the first seven months of 2020 was estimated at 22.3 billion USD, a decrease of 2.8 percent year-on-year.
Global shutdown continues to hinder export numbers

Global shutdown continues to hinder export numbers 1

Vietnam is expected to continue witnessing massive difficulties in boosting exports in the second half of 2020 due to its key markets suffering from a decline in consumption, leading to a drop in demand for imports.
Nation buckles up for export bumps

Nation buckles up for export bumps

Though Vietnam’s exports began to recover in May, the outlook for 2020 remains in doubt as a series of its major trade partners are bogged down in difficulties affecting their internal demand for goods.
Removing pesky barcode rules plagues exporters

Removing pesky barcode rules plagues exporters

The unnecessary red tape that forces local exporters to get confirmation documents for the use of foreign codes and barcodes may be removed, easing procedures for them.
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