Quy Nhon Port makes strong profit in H1 despite COVID-19

Quy Nhon Port makes strong profit in H1 despite COVID-19

Quy Nhon Port JSC handled over six million tonnes of goods in the first six months of 2021 while after-tax profit almost doubled to VND115 billion ($5 million).
Paradox: Thousands of containers idle at seaports amid severe shortage for delivery

Paradox: Thousands of containers idle at seaports amid severe shortage for delivery

While the world is in a crisis over the lack of empty containers and shipping fees are soaring, thousands of containers are idling away at Vietnamese seaports.
Higher clinker export duty proposed to restrict export of natural resources

Higher clinker export duty proposed to restrict export of natural resources

The export duty of clinker has just been proposed to be doubled from 5 to 10 per cent to reduce the exports of non-renewable natural resources.
Furniture and agricultural products from Vietnam to enjoy zero-tariff access to Peru

Furniture and agricultural products from Vietnam to enjoy zero-tariff access to Peru

A slew of products traded between Vietnam and Peru will be subject to zero tariffs as Peru officially ratified the CPTPP.
Export of agricultural, forestry and fishery products brightening in the first half

Export of agricultural, forestry and fishery products brightening in the first half

The export value of agricultural, forestry, and fishery products in the first half reached $24 billion, a rise of 28.2 per cent on-year.
Australia donates nearly $30 million and 1.5 million vaccines to Vietnam

Australia donates nearly $30 million and 1.5 million vaccines to Vietnam

The Australia-Vietnam Enhanced Economic Engagement Strategy will create more favourable conditions for bilateral trade and investment relations.
Footwear export shows strong rebound in first half

Footwear export shows strong rebound in first half

Vietnam’s footwear sector has posted a strong rebound in the first half, with export turnover touching $10.4 billion, a 27.8 per cent jump on-year.
Eight hospitals and healthcare centres gifted New Zealand fruit boxes during pandemic

Eight hospitals and healthcare centres gifted New Zealand fruit boxes during pandemic

New Zealand’s top fresh produce exporters provided 535 cartons of apples and 1,100 gold kiwi fruits for patients and healthcare staff to tide over COVID-19.
Billionaire Tran Ba Duong withdraws from Hung Vuong

Billionaire Tran Ba Duong withdraws from Hung Vuong

Chairman Tran Ba Duong and other THACO shareholders have sold the corporation's remaining shares in Hung Vuong JSC after proving unable to rescue the company.
One more company allowed to import Sinopharm vaccine

One more company allowed to import Sinopharm vaccine

The Drug Administration of Vietnam has allowed Saigon Pharmaceutical Company (Sapharco) to import five million doses of the Chinese-made Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine.
Arico carries on legacy of innovation for continued success

Arico carries on legacy of innovation for continued success

Building on a history of innovation, Arico is looking to solidify its leadership in Vietnam and ASEAN with its innovation-first approach.
Seafood exports in first half reach more than $4.1 billion

Seafood exports in first half reach more than $4.1 billion

Vietnam's seafood export turnover in the first half of the year reached more than $4.1 billion, making the $8.8-9 billion target for the whole year feasible.
Vietnam's steel industry remains attractive in second half

Vietnam's steel industry remains attractive in second half

According to Mirae Asset, Vietnam's steel industry in the second half of 2021 is still attractive, with a valuation 20 per cent lower than the region.
Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnam's exports of iron and steel have been growing rapidly in the first five months of the year, with exports to the EU quintupling against the year prior.
Sugarcane imported from Thailand slammed with 47.64 per cent tax for next five years

Sugarcane imported from Thailand slammed with 47.64 per cent tax for next five years

After more than a year of investigation, the MoIT imposed an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tax on sugarcane originating from Thailand from June 16.
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