Vietnam stands ready for competition from RCEP
Competition is part of any trade deal and Vietnam is used to competition as the country is a member of 13 free trade agreements so far.
22:21, 2020/21/19
Cultural quintessence of Japan, South Korea presented to Hanoi people
The capital’s visitors will have a chance to explore the culture beauty of South Korea and Japan.
12:12, 2020/12/18
Vietnam–S.Korea ties strengthened after 28 years of diplomatic relations
Vietnam – South Korea relations are growing strongly in all spheres, which have brought mutual benefits and trust to all parties involved, stated a Vietnamese senior official.
17:21, 2020/21/17
Vietnam firms warned of growing trade probes
At a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is causing severe impacts on the global economy, trade tensions among economies have escalated and resulted in excessive use of trade protection measures.
09:08, 2020/08/17
ASEAN+3 seek to boost economic connectivity and recovery
Being signatories of the world's largest trade pact, ASEAN+3 nations are expected to maintain the supply chain in the post-pandemic era.
07:58, 2020/58/17
Vietnam trade surplus hits US$19.5 billion in Jan-Oct
Vietnam's trade turnover is likely to have reached US$440.09 billion in the January–October period, up 2.7% year-on-year.
11:53, 2020/53/16
Signing of mega trade deal RCEP to ensure ASEAN prosperity: PM
The RCEP along with other free trade agreements that Vietnam is a part of would continue to help the country become an attractive investment destination globally.
12:03, 2020/03/12
Vietnam exports over 1 billion medical face masks in 10 months
Some 60 companies in Vietnam exported 143 million units of medical face masks in October.
11:40, 2020/40/12
Car sales in Vietnam surge 15% in October
Car sales in Vietnam in the January–October period dropped 18% year-on-year to 212,409 units across all segments.
19:27, 2020/27/05
Vietnam M&A market forecast to rebound to US$7 billion in 2022
This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the M&A value may decrease 51.4% year-on-year to US$3.5 billion.
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