CPTPP member states discuss UK’s entry

CPTPP member states discuss UK’s entry

Expert groups of 11 members states of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) convened their first meeting via videoconference on September 28 to discuss the UK’s entry to the pact.
Vietnam a bright spot for UK investors: Ambassador

Vietnam a bright spot for UK investors: Ambassador

Vietnam is still a bright spot for foreign businesses, Ambassador to the UK Nguyen Hoang Long has affirmed with representatives of British business circle
Vietnamese, Singaporean firms tap FTAs with EU, UK to expand cooperation

Vietnamese, Singaporean firms tap FTAs with EU, UK to expand cooperation

A webinar discussing ways for Vietnamese and Singaporean businesses can fully tap opportunities brought by free trade agreements (FTAs) with the European Union (EU) and the UK to expand their cooperation was jointly held by the Vietnam Embassy and the Vietnam Trade Office in Singapore on August 28.
UK launches $1 billion Covid insurance scheme for live events

UK launches $1 billion Covid insurance scheme for live events

The UK has launched an insurance scheme to cover music festivals and other live events as the beleaguered sector seeks protection after months of mass cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
ASEAN grants UK ‘dialogue partner’ status

ASEAN grants UK ‘dialogue partner’ status

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on August 5 granted the UK the formal status of Dialogue Partner at a ceremony held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brunei, which is the current Chair of ASEAN.
Factors for Vietnamese agricultural produce to successfully break into UK market

Factors for Vietnamese agricultural produce to successfully break into UK market

More needs to be done to boost agricultural exports to the UK, even after the UVFTA came into force this year.
Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Benefits for both sides in UK trade deal

Vietnam and the United Kingdom are expecting to cash in on bonanzas from their fresh bilateral free trade deal, which is believed to be the key driving force for both nations to improve their trade and investment cooperation.
Several questions raised by first expansion of CPTPP

Several questions raised by first expansion of CPTPP

The launch of the accession process for the UK into the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is an important milestone. It marks the first time that the agreement has been expanded since it entered into force in late 2018.
UK enterprises showing interest in electronics and telecommunications in Vietnam

UK enterprises showing interest in electronics and telecommunications in Vietnam

Electronics and telecommunications are expected to be the hottest areas for UK businesses investing in Vietnam, thanks to the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
Gap to close all shops in UK, Ireland in online shift

Gap to close all shops in UK, Ireland in online shift

US apparel company Gap will close its 81 stores in Britain and Ireland by September but remain online there as it becomes a "digital first business", the retailer said Thursday.
UK Minister visits BUV

UK Minister visits BUV

Greg Hands, UK Minister of State for Trade Policy and Ambassador Gareth Ward have attended the inauguration ceremony of the expanded BUV campus.
Vietnam considered in good position to attract FDI: UK-based website

Vietnam considered in good position to attract FDI: UK-based website

The Vietnamese economy has fared better than most during the COVID-19 pandemic and is well placed to capture renewed FDI interest, according to an article posted on the UK website lexology.com on June 23.
President urges deepening Vietnam-UK strategic partnership

President urges deepening Vietnam-UK strategic partnership

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged Vietnam and the UK to continue deepening their bilateral strategic partnership to meet the interests of the two countries and contribute to regional and world peace, stability and cooperation.
UK puts £29m into new labs to tackle Covid variants

UK puts £29m into new labs to tackle Covid variants

Britain is spending £29.3 million ($40.6 million, 33.8 million euros) on new coronavirus vaccine laboratories in an effort to "future-proof the country from the threat of new variants", the government said Wednesday.
British group intends to develop rooftop solar projects in Dong Nai

British group intends to develop rooftop solar projects in Dong Nai

British group Shire Oak International Ltd. has recently unveiled intentions to develop rooftop solar projects in the southern province of Dong Nai in 2021.
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