Trade outlook between Vietnam, Canada remains bright
Despite unprecedented challenges from the Covid-19 pandemic, bilateral trade turnover in 2020 rose by 6.6% year-on-year to US$5.1 billion.
20:15, 2021/15/20
Vietnam faces risk of rising trade deficit with RCEP members
There could be a shift in trade movement as Vietnam’s trading advantage against China is diminished given the presence of the RCEP.
11:44, 2021/44/19
Int’l. media impressed with Vietnam economic successes amid pandemic
Vietnam’s participation in a wide range of free trade agreements is set to open new doors for further economic growth, according to Nikkei Asia.
17:00, 2021/00/18
Exports set to remain growth driver for Vietnam in 2021
Trading activities were among the highlights of the economy in 2020 with an all-time high trade surplus of US$19.1 billion and contributed to a positive economic growth of 2.91%.
16:51, 2021/51/13
Vietnam ships first batch of rice in 2021
This special shipment will be delivered to Malaysia and Singapore, those among Vietnam’s top 10 rice buyers.
20:45, 2021/45/07
MoIT urged to boost trade growth via digitalization
Vietnam trade policy is on right track with record high of US$544-billion turnover in 2020, in which e-commerce is an inevitable trend for local firms to access markets and increase trade value in the coming time.
17:18, 2021/18/04
Fitch Solutions revises up Vietnam GDP growth forecast to 8.6% in 2021
Vietnam’s strong growth momentum in manufacturing is expected to continue in 2021, supported by growing external demand from trade deals such as the EVFTA, UKVFTA, and RCEP.
16:36, 2020/36/26
Vietnam, Japan in favourable conditions to further investment, trade relations: Amb.
The Japanese Ambassador lauded the comprehensive and strategic partnership between Vietnam’s state-run Vietinbank and Japan-based MUFG Bank over the years, which has served as a bridge for two business communities to boost trade and investment cooperation.
13:22, 2020/22/19
Production shift from China to Vietnam set to increase demand for industrial parks
With the current minimum wage of US$132-190 per month, Vietnam has been listed in the top three ASEAN countries having the lowest labor cost.
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