Vietnamese export profits boost with green trade

Vietnamese export profits boost with green trade

The direction of Vietnam’s imports and exports is changing due to a series of green trade revolutions, government policy, and global trends.
Agri-exports hitting the shelves

Agri-exports hitting the shelves

Vietnamese agricultural saw a record export turnover of $53.2 billion last year, over $3 billion more than the goal, while many agricultural products gained access to high-standard markets.
Weakening demand continues to dog Vietnamese firms

Weakening demand continues to dog Vietnamese firms

Falling orders caused by weak demand have left firms with no choice but to shed jobs and scale down production in the last months of the lunar year.
Chinese activity back in vogue as fruit and veg surge

Chinese activity back in vogue as fruit and veg surge

As of January 8, Chinese customs will no longer tests imported commodities, including frozen foods, for COVID-19 at the border – action demonstrating that the Chinese government has taken another step towards complete reopening after its National Health Commission stated last month that it would soften its pandemic response.
Seafood sector striving to expand export market

Seafood sector striving to expand export market

As the markets are affected by economic fluctuations, many Vietnamese seafood enterprises have changed their strategy to boost exports to niche markets.
Vietnamese exporters exceed 2022 projections despite Q4 blip

Vietnamese exporters exceed 2022 projections despite Q4 blip

Despite difficulties in the fourth quarter of 2022, many Vietnamese enterprises exceeded expectations for the year.
Enterprises exporting to Europe face pressure to go green

Enterprises exporting to Europe face pressure to go green

The European Union's (EU) policy of imposing environmental protection taxes is putting Vietnamese exporters under pressure to convert to green production.
Exporters urged to proactively deal with drop in orders

Exporters urged to proactively deal with drop in orders

A new HSBC report has underlined the choppy waters ahead for Vietnamese exports, encouraging industries in the country to plan ahead.
Increasing demand for rice points to favourable year

Increasing demand for rice points to favourable year

Vietnam’s rice is in a good position to bolster its status as one of the major export goods of the nation on the back of global restrictions due to supply issues and trade tariffs, as well as changing trends in wheat-consuming countries.
Vietnamese sugarcane gears up to cultivate new prospects

Vietnamese sugarcane gears up to cultivate new prospects

In 2023, sugar exporters are likely to benefit from higher export prices and trade remedies imposed by Vietnam, leading to a possible renaissance of sugarcane plantation and sugar mills.
Vietnam’s action plan for commodity import-export

Vietnam’s action plan for commodity import-export

With Vietnam set to maintain momentum to realise its dream of becoming an alternate global supply chain leader, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is providing a boost for global industries to look to Vietnam as a major manufacturing hub in the Southeast Asia region.
Vietnam-Korea trade turnover touches $80.5 billion

Vietnam-Korea trade turnover touches $80.5 billion

Bilateral trade turnover between Vietnam and South Korea reached $80.5 billion in the first eleven months of this year, exceeding the figure for all of 2021.
American investors eyeing Vietnam's logistics sector

American investors eyeing Vietnam's logistics sector

With investment opportunities widening in logistics, some US players in the sector have expressed interest in penetrating the Vietnamese market.
Vietnamese businesses trained in EVFTA’s Rules of Origin

Vietnamese businesses trained in EVFTA’s Rules of Origin

Vietnamese businesses had the opportunity to receive useful information from experts to take full advantage of the EVFTA at a recent workshop.
Dynamism underlined for Vietnam’s export economy

Dynamism underlined for Vietnam’s export economy

The relationship between the growth of domestic content of exports and other output growth is quite close. Balance of payments constraint and economic growth are based on numerous factors.
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