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Vietnam in search of new markets to diversify trade options: PM
The country’s trade turnover is estimated to reach a record high of US$800 billion by year-end.
20:36, 2022/36/26
Rising quality key to sustainable farm exports to the EU
Local firms have no other alternative but to opt for higher product quality to ensure sustainable exports to the EU market.
22:13, 2022/13/05
Vietnam, S.Korea aim for a US$150 billion trade turnover by 2030
The Vietnamese Government for its part would create utmost conditions for South Korean companies to succeed in Vietnam and commit long-term presence in the country.
16:41, 2022/41/30
Vietnam's trade turnover expands over 15% to US$305 billion in 5-month period
In the five months, total exports rose by 16.3% year on year to $152.81 billion.
14:05, 2022/05/27
Vietnam continues supporting WTO’s role in facilitating free trade
15 years since joining the WTO, Vietnam has made great gains in socio-economic development and realizing sustainable development goals.
15:30, 2022/30/21
Vietnam aims for export growth of 6-7% in 2021-2030
Vietnam aims for a healthy and sustainable trade partnership with all key partners.
07:54, 2022/54/16
Vietnam posts trade surplus of US$1.46 billion in Q1
Foreign-invested companies continue to be the main driving force for Vietnam’s exports by making up 73.4% of the total foreign trade revenue, or $65.36 billion.
21:36, 2022/36/01
Vietnam's trade turnover exceeds US$100 billion in two months
Industrial and manufacturing goods made up the majority of Vietnam’s exports during the two-month period.
21:31, 2021/31/27
Vietnam’s exports - highlight during Covid-19
2022 would remain to be a favorable year for trade, especially as enterprises have improved their resilience and several economic sectors continue to benefit from CPTPP, EVFTA, and RCEP.
13:43, 2021/43/23
Vietnam's exports surpass target in 2021
Trade turnover this year could be well over US$667 billion, representing an increase of 22.4% year-on-year, which resulted in a surplus of $3 billion.
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