Appropriate policies are urgently needed to help the Mekong Delta restore farm produce and seafood production and exports once the fourth Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam is controlled.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) needs to give more support to enterprises in establishing stable and reliable distribution channels for expanding trade promotion activities and consumption markets, especially for agricultural products.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) affirmed its top priority now is assisting businesses in Viet Nam to achieve the “twin targets” of ensuring safety amid the COVID-9 pandemic and maintaining production to avoid disruptions to supply chains.
PM Pham Minh Chinh affirmed Vietnam would actively develop sustainable energy and work towards reducing coal-fired power.
Furniture companies in Binh Duong are proposing for more autonomy in imposing Covid-19 measures as they reopen after months of social distancing.
Nearly 1,400 firms, or over 80 per cent of those operating in 31 industrial parks in the southern province of Dong Nai, have resumed operations, according to the provincial Industrial Zones Authority.
The application of information technology in implementing trade promotion activities has helped units under the Ministry of Industry and Trade quickly adapt to the new situation and successfully organize events, offering more opportunities for Vietnam’s exports.
Vietnam said it will develop no new coal-fired power projects in its national power development plan by 2030.
The pandemic has revealed the limitations of the current global supply chains.
Close cooperation between Vietnam and US businesses would contribute to speedy economic recovery in each country and keeping the global supply chains intact.