Textile producers prepared for barrage of disruption

Textile producers prepared for barrage of disruption

Vietnamese enterprises are trading well so far this year, but key exporters in textiles, garments, leather, and footwear are still suffering from increasing raw material costs.
Exports to EU set new record

Exports to EU set new record

So far this year, Vietnam’s exports to the EU have continued to flourish reaching $13.4 billion in export surplus, showing a 47 per cent jump on-year.
TBS overcomes difficulties to welcome fresh success

TBS overcomes difficulties to welcome fresh success

Besides its strength in footwear, TBS Group has increasingly ventured into the real estate market thanks to its strong financial capability.
Positive indicators light up footwear trade to US

Positive indicators light up footwear trade to US

Vietnam is emerging as one of the largest suppliers of footwear and leather accessories to the United States, opening more opportunities for domestic companies to exploit the world’s largest market for these goods.
Vietnam, RoK firms look to boost trade in apparel, footwear

Vietnam, RoK firms look to boost trade in apparel, footwear

The Republic of Korea (RoK) is the largest investor in the textile - garment and leather - footwear industries of Vietnam, which holds considerable chances to boost the export of these commodities to the Northeast Asian market, heard a recent teleconference.
Vietnam accounts for 10 per cent of global footwear exports

Vietnam accounts for 10 per cent of global footwear exports

Vietnam's share of world footwear exports has surpassed 10 per cent with 1.23 billion pairs of shoes exported in 2020, according to the World Footwear Yearbook.
Footwear giants a step ahead in production restart

Footwear giants a step ahead in production restart

Foreign footwear producers are maintaining their commitment to sourcing products from Vietnam as factories enjoy resumption of production following heavy delays and restrictions.
Value of footwear exports sees sharp drop amid pandemic

Value of footwear exports sees sharp drop amid pandemic

In September, the export value of footwear reduced 44 per cent on-year to $700 million, according to the LEFASO.
68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

68.1 per cent of textile and footwear businesses hit with fines for late delivery

A large number of textile and footwear enterprises have been fined for late deliveries in 2021 and had new orders for 2022 suspended or reduced in quantity.
MPI supports adidas and other factories in south to resume operations

MPI supports adidas and other factories in south to resume operations

The MPI and southern authorities pledged to support adidas and other companies in overcoming the pandemic to resume soon.
Leather and footwear exports continue falling in August

Leather and footwear exports continue falling in August

In August, leather and footwear exports saw another consecutive drop since June, resulting from enterprises' difficulties amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
CEOs of global brands call on US to provide more vaccines to Vietnam

CEOs of global brands call on US to provide more vaccines to Vietnam

90 CEOs of world-renowned brands including Adidas, Gap, and Nike signed a letter to US President Joe Biden requesting more COVID-19 vaccine support for Vietnam.
RCEP advantages within reach

RCEP advantages within reach

Textile, footwear, and apparel producers have always faced complicated trading arrangements.
PM urges garment, footwear sectors to build brands, promote supply chain linkages

PM urges garment, footwear sectors to build brands, promote supply chain linkages

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the garment-textile and footwear sectors to promote the building of Vietnamese brands and supply chain linkages, and develop supporting industries during a working session with the sectors’ representatives in Hanoi on November 23.
Textile, footwear companies feel confident

Textile, footwear companies feel confident

Armed with experience from coping with the first wave of the COVID-19 epidemic, many textile and footwear enterprises are quietly confident they can alter their plans as required and find new markets to cope with the second.
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