Vietnamese businesses on Wednesday announced the first batches of passion fruit and coffee exported to Europe following the Europe-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).
International trade remedies are used by many countries to protect their domestic industries, especially now production has stalled due to the impacts of COVID-19. With tax incentives from the new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs), including the newly-approved Europe-Viet Nam FTA (EVFTA), the risk of Viet Nam's exports being put under investigation for evasion of trade remedies is forecast to increase.
The Vietnamese exporters have taken advantage from the EU-Vietnam free trade agreement to increase exports to the EU.
Goods like rice, coffee, and footwear are seeing the immediate benefits of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
The export of the first batch of frozen shrimp to several European countries under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) was marked with a ceremony in the south central province of Ninh Thuan on September 11.
In the context of still depressed global trade, the long-awaited EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has come into force in August 2020. A bit of light in these dark times, this FTA offers significant benefits to Vietnam in the years to come.
Nine Vietnamese fragrant rice varieties will enjoy tariff export quotas to Europe under the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) agreement.
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.
More than 7,200 EUR.1 certificates of origin (C/O) were issued in August for goods exports to the EU worth US$227 million since the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) took effect last month, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement has created a new driving force for Vietnam’s logistics, but the industry needs to take further action to unlock its full potential.