Ever-increasing coffee price leading to higher export value.
The 2023 Made in Việt Nam Fair will be organised to popularise local branded products to a wider community in December.
Vietnam is expected to record a trade surplus of US$30 billion this year, three times higher than that recorded last year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said on Wednesday.
Watermelons exported to China shall be registered with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Viet Nam (MARD) and approved for registration by the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC).
As China is opening its market for some Vietnamese fruits, it will bring billions of dollars in exports next year and help Việt Nam’s fruit and vegetable industry to set new records.
A workshop discussing measures and appropriate policies to help Vietnamese businesses enhance their brand position during the process of international economic integration was held by the Vietnam Institute of Economics (VIE) under the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences in Hanoi on December 19.
Vietnam enjoyed a trade surplus for the eighth consecutive year with US$26 billion over the past 11 months, three times higher than the figure recorded last year, heard a conference aimed at reviewing the industry and trade sector held on December 20 in Hanoi.
As many as 21 Vietnamese rubber enterprises have been branded with the trademark “Vietnam Rubber”, which was registered for the protection of intellectual property in China, India, Taiwan (China), Laos and Cambodia.
Vietnam has agreed with Thailand as well as the Philippines to strengthen rice export cooperation to ensure regional and global food security.
Vietnam has become the largest supplier of all kinds of shrimp to the Republic of Korea during the past 10 months, with turnover reaching US$295.38 million, down 20% against the same period from last year, according to the International Trade Center.
In light of the recent incident involving the destruction of two shipments of Vietnamese durians and peppers by the Japanese authorities, the vulnerability of Vietnamese agricultural exporters remains a pressing concern.
A hybrid Vietnam-Senegal business-networking event was held in Dakar on December 14, gathering representatives of the Senegalese Ministry of Commerce and about 50 firms from both countries.
The Directorate General of Trade Remedies of India (DGTR) has received a request for anti-dumping investigation on textured tempered coated and uncoated glass products originating or imported from Vietnam, reported the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV).
Vietnam anticipates its tra fish export value to reach $1.8 billion this year, marking a 25% decrease from last year’s figures, according to Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Phung Duc Tien.
Vietnam’s textile and garment products have been exported to 104 countries and territories this year – a record number, said Chairman of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) Vu Duc Giang.
Vietnam’s large trade surplus mirrors a gradual recovery in exporter performance and global demand, with hopes that new trade goals can be accomplished next year.
Joining the FHA-Food & Beverage expo – a leading food and beverage trade event in Asia that will take place in Singapore on April 23-26 - will provide an opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to popularise their brands and expand their markets, heard a press conference in Ho Chi Minh City on December 13.
Việt Nam wishes to promote its comprehensive partnership with Canada in an effective and substantive manner, towards a higher level, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bùi Thanh Sơn told visiting Canadian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs David Morrison in Hà Nội on Thursday.
A new protocol signed during China’s Party General Secretary and President Xi Jinping’s visit to Vietnam will allow Vietnam to export watermelon through official quotas to China.
Party General Secretary and President Xi Jinping confirmed China’s readiness to boost imports of Vietnamese goods, particularly high-quality agricultural products, during discussions with Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong.