Indonesia to lift palm oil export ban from May 23

Indonesia to lift palm oil export ban from May 23

Indonesia will lift its palm oil export ban from May 23, following improvements in the domestic cooking oil supply situation, the country's President Joko Widodo has announced.
Six more Vietnamese basa fish producers gain entry to US market

Six more Vietnamese basa fish producers gain entry to US market

The US Food Safety and Inspection Service on May 19 allowed six more Vietnamese basa producers to export to this market.
US market opening up for agri-goods

US market opening up for agri-goods

With the demand growing, the United States is maintaining its position as the largest export market of Vietnamese agricultural products, which are increasingly advancing in quality.
Export drive catering to turnover targets

Export drive catering to turnover targets

Vietnam is making efforts to pave the path for exporting agricultural products in order to reach $50 billion in turnover for the whole year.
Demand for Vietnamese fruits and vegetables skyrockets overseas

Demand for Vietnamese fruits and vegetables skyrockets overseas

As fruit and vegetable exports to China face difficulties, many Vietnamese enterprises have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to invest in systems and processing plants to sell their products in Europe and the US.
Nine items reached export turnover of over 1 billion USD in first 2 months

Nine items reached export turnover of over 1 billion USD in first 2 months

In Jan-February, there were nine export commodities recording turnover of at least 1 billion USD, accounting for 71.6 percent of the total export value.
Barriers build up to Russian exports

Barriers build up to Russian exports

The Vietnamese economy as a whole is expected to face some immediate consequences from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, with disruptions occuring now in the export of some electronics and agricultural products to the largest country in the world by area.
Bullish export outlook ahead in spite of external woes

Bullish export outlook ahead in spite of external woes

Export prospects are proving upbeat despite several looming threats such as growth slowdowns in China’s economy and lingering input material shortages.
Export picture enjoys benefits from restart

Export picture enjoys benefits from restart

In defiance of massive woes, Vietnam’s export-import landscape is gaining momentum on the back of the gradual recovery in domestic manufacturing and bit-by-bit reopening of many foreign markets, promising a brighter trade picture for the country this year.
Eight commodities with export value of over 10 bln USD

Eight commodities with export value of over 10 bln USD

Electronics, computers and components, mobile phones and spare parts were among the commodities with export value of over 10 bln USD in 2021.
Vietnam’s grapefruit is set for export to US market

Vietnam’s grapefruit is set for export to US market

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has just revealed that US agencies are paving the way for imports of Vietnam’s grapefruits into their market.
Vietnam's F&B experiences renaissance thanks to joint efforts

Vietnam's F&B experiences renaissance thanks to joint efforts

After the food and beverage industry suffered under the blow of the pandemic, growth has been recovering through the last year.
Vietnamese enterprises must strive hard to tap Middle East market's potential: experts

Vietnamese enterprises must strive hard to tap Middle East market's potential: experts

Investment and trade cooperation between Vietnam and Middle Eastern countries have achieved many encouraging achievements. However, there is still a lot of work for Vietnamese enterprises to do to conquer this potential market besides capacity, prestige and understanding habits of consumers.
Vietnam's 10-month export value up 16.6 percent

Vietnam's 10-month export value up 16.6 percent

Vietnam’s export turnover is estimated at 27.3 billion USD in October, bringing the figure in the first ten months of 2021 to 267.9 billion USD, up 16.6 percent against the same period last year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on October 29.
Can COVID-19 serve as force majeure?

Can COVID-19 serve as force majeure?

Global difficulties have forced businesses in Vietnam to delay implementation of export contracts with overseas partners. Tony Nguyen, senior partner, and Son Nguyen, associate of legal consultancy firm EPLegal write about the dilemma for local exporters, with contract delays inducing damages or waiver liabilities.
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