Vietnam – UK free trade agreement takes new step for bilateral ties
A trade deal in place will help ensure continuity in trade relations between the UK and Vietnam after Brexit’s transitional period ends on December 31, 2020.
20:21, 2020/21/11
Vietnam and EU take benefits from EVFTA: PM
Despite unfavorable global trade environment, trade relations between Vietnam and the EU continues its upward trend, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
05:58, 2020/58/11
Eurasia remains untapped market for Vietnam exports
Vietnam’s bilateral trade turnover with Eurasian region continues to post an impressive growth of 17.98% in the first 10-month period at $10.34 billion amid disrupted global trade during the Covid-19 pandemic.
15:09, 2020/09/10
Guest of the Chair: first-ever defence diplomacy for ASEAN
The partnership is believed to be essential for the region amid uncertainties in the global security.
05:30, 2020/30/09
Taking Hanoi embroidery products to international markets
With love and dedication for hand embroidery, a craftswoman exports Hanoi’s traditional craft products to the US and European countries.
15:08, 2020/08/30
Vietnam trade surplus hits all-time high of US$20.1 billion in 11 months
Vietnam's trade turnover is likely to reach US$489.1 billion in the January – November period, representing an increase of 3.5% year-on-year.
12:29, 2020/29/25
Vietnam banks remain attractive options for foreign investors
M&A activities in the banking sector are set to heat up in 2021, when the Covid-19 pandemic is fully contained and the majority of Vietnamese banks have completed their restructuring processes.
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.
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.
11:37, 2020/37/03
Vietnam gov’t warns of interest groups profiteering from SOE privatization
The government would continue to hold majority stakes at state-owned commercial banks, and maintain presence in companies operating in fields that are essential to the economy.
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