Fruit and vegetable exports expected to set a new record

With a turnover of more than US$3.8 billion in the first seven months of the year and abundant supply when the harvest is about to begin, fruit and...

Import-export heads in right direction

Vietnam’s export-import landscape is regain momentum on the back of recovering demands from many foreign markets, with a large trade surplus recorded.

Deputy PM asks ministries to remove difficulties of fisheries industry

Deputy Prime Minister Lê Minh Khái has assigned the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) to coordinate...

MoIT promotes operation of new industrial production projects

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will promote the operation of new industrial production projects, creating more motivation for production...

Goods output through domestic seaports will reach about 1.2-1.4 billion tonnes by 2030

Plans from the Ministry of Transport for groups of seaports, ports, wharves and water areas for the period 2021-30, with a vision to 2050, put the...

Gov’t unveils action plan to accelerate industrialisation

The Vietnamese Government has outlined a comprehensive action plan to continue fasttracking the country's industrialisation and modernisation by...

Firms ask to remove regulations on adding iodine, iron, zinc to food

Companies have urged the Government to remove regulations on adding iodine to salt, and iron and zinc to wheat flour for processing food.

MoIT warns about international trade fraud

The Vietnamese trade offices in many foreign markets have continuously warned Vietnamese businesses to be careful to avoid international trade fraud.

Việt Nam’s fishery products standing firm in Singapore

The Việt Nam Trade Office in Singapore said Việt Nam’s fishery exports to Singapore in the period under review rose by 0.81 per cent to reach US$51.7...

Vietnam's agricultural exports strive to meet safety standards

Failure to comply with phytosanitary and food safety regulations for exports has resulted in significant losses for local businesses.


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