Agro-exports face increased stress

Agro-exports face increased stress

The effects of the prolonged pandemic are seeping into Vietnam’s food, agriculture, and aquaculture sectors, dampening the prospects for production and exports.
Country creaking under cold storage supply imbalance

Country creaking under cold storage supply imbalance

Amid challenging times for exports of Vietnamese produce and an increase in e-commerce, the flaws of the inconsistent cold storage supply become more obvious. While some large-scale corporations invest in their own storage systems, small- and medium-sized companies are depending on the overcrowded leasing market.
Thailand pins high hope on FTAs to boost exports

Thailand pins high hope on FTAs to boost exports

Thailand’s Commerce Ministry looks set to propose negotiation frameworks for the Thailand-EU free trade agreement (FTA) and ASEAN-Canada FTA for cabinet approval in the third quarter, aiming to boost the country's exports.
Long haul barriers predicted for exports

Long haul barriers predicted for exports

The global demand has seen signs of recovery in recent weeks, helping Vietnam’s export activities record growth of 28.4 per cent on-year – however a lack of raw materials, increasing logistics, and pandemic-related risks in factories remain a concern for such export activities for the foreseeable future.
Vietnam's Exports 2020 (Infographics)

Vietnam's Exports 2020 (Infographics)

Vietnam's Exports 2020
Local groups impelled to adapt to trade deals

Local groups impelled to adapt to trade deals

Vietnam remains one of the top 10 exporters of textiles and apparel. However, with the harsh impact of the pandemic on the industry and strict rules of origins following transnational trade agreements, the sector’s supply of raw materials faces a difficult start into the new year.
Vietnam's exports of wood and wood products (Infographics)

Vietnam's exports of wood and wood products (Infographics)

Vietnam's exports of wood and wood products
Rice stocks not a cause for concern

Rice stocks not a cause for concern

Despite growing complexities of disease and salt intrusion, Vietnam has enough rice for both exports and domestic consumption.
Vietnam to gain $11b from wood and forest product exports this year

Vietnam to gain $11b from wood and forest product exports this year

Vietnam is likely to reach its export turnover target of US$11 billion from wood and forestry products this year as the main season for business is in the last six months of the year, according to an official of the Vietnam Timber and Forest Product Association.
TNG targets double-digit growth in next five years

TNG targets double-digit growth in next five years

With new collaboration opportunities arising form the CPTPP, TNG is confident to reach the annual growth of 15 per cent in the 2019-2024 period.
Vietnam SMEs to increase exports via Amazon marketplaces

Vietnam SMEs to increase exports via Amazon marketplaces

Amazon Global Selling launched its partnership with VIETRADE to support Vietnamese businesses to boost exports via Amazon's marketplaces.
5 exports worth over 10 billion USD in 2018

5 exports worth over 10 billion USD in 2018

5 exports worth over 10 billion USD in 2018 (Infographics)
Vietnam targets 10 billion USD from aquatic product exports in 2019

Vietnam targets 10 billion USD from aquatic product exports in 2019

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong has called for more efforts to push aquatic product export turnover to 10 billion USD in 2019. 
Vietnam in focus of ASEAN exports

Vietnam in focus of ASEAN exports

Ever since the ASEAN Economic Community was established at the end of 2015, businesses in Vietnam have been gradually capitalising on the bloc’s import tariff cuts to swell their exports, helping to narrow down an on-going trade deficit between Vietnam and other ASEAN markets. Thanh Thu reports.
Trade surplus hits US$3.1 bln in seven months

Trade surplus hits US$3.1 bln in seven months

Vietnam’s exports and imports in the first seven months of 2018 reached US$133.69 billion and US$130.63 billion, witnessing respective year-on-year-increases of 15.3pc and 10.2pc, according to the report of the General Statistics Office.
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