The EU is the second largest import market in the world, accounting for 14.9% of total global imports, and Vietnam’s second largest export market.
Saudi Arabia has released a list of 12 Vietnamese enterprises approved to export wild-caught fish to the country.
The figure marked the first decline in car sales in four months, following month-on-month increases of 0.3% in July, 26.4% in June and 103% in May.
Viet Nam spent about US$1.2 billion to import 53,000 completely built unit (CBU) cars in the first eight months of this year.
The efficient re-herding of local pigs, imported pork and decreased meat consumption in lunar July have pushed hog prices down, contributing to stabilising the consumer price index.
As a top seafood import market for the EU, Vietnamese seafood is ideally placed to take advantage of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), according to a report by Fitch Solutions.
Cambodia milled-rice export market is expected to widen next year after the Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) and Bank of China (Hong Kong) Ltd (BoC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation and support tied to the upcoming 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) in November.
To expand Vietnam’s wood industry sustainably, its development strategy must not only focus on the policies of importing countries but also domestic priorities. Senior policy analyst Dr. To Xuan Phuc from non-profit organisation Forest Trends talked with VIR’s Hai Van about his ideas for long-lasting and successful development in this field.