Vietnam named among leading sources of seafood supply for US

Vietnam named among leading sources of seafood supply for US

In the first nine months of 2022, Vietnam was the third largest seafood supplier for the US in terms of volume and the 5th largest in value, data from the US National Marine Fisheries Service showed.
Vietnam records 10 6 billion USD trade surplus in 11 months
Vietnam records 10.6 billion USD trade surplus in 11 months
Vietnam’s total import and export turnover between Jan and Nov 2022 reached 673 billion USD, of which exports were valued at 342.21 billion USD, up...
Australia supports 6 partnership projects on carbon market in Vietnam
Australia supports 6 partnership projects on carbon market in Vietnam
(CPV) – Australian Embassy Chargé d’Affairs, Mark Tattersall announced six private sector partnership projects under the Australian Department of...
Vietnam, Laos eye 2 billion USD in two-way trade
Vietnam, Laos eye 2 billion USD in two-way trade
Vietnam and Laos expect to achieve 2 billion USD in two-way trade in the near future, given that the figure surged 28.2% annually to 1.4 billion USD...
Lam Dong develops over 65,000 hectares of hi-tech agriculture
Lam Dong develops over 65,000 hectares of hi-tech agriculture

After more than 18 years of implementing the policy of developing high-tech agriculture, many brands of agricultural products in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong are now present in the world market, contributing to a strong breakthrough in socio-economic development.

HCM City supports policy beneficiaries to escape poverty
HCM City supports policy beneficiaries to escape poverty

After 20 years (2002-2022) implementing Decree 78/2002/ND-CP dated October 4, 2002 of the Government on credit for the poor and other policy beneficiaries, social policy credit capital in Ho Chi Minh City has accompanied and supported many policy beneficiaries.

Lao Cai, Yunnan businesses connect to boost trade
Lao Cai, Yunnan businesses connect to boost trade

The Lao Cai provincial People’s Committee and Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Promotion Department has coordinated to organize an international conference on export, direct and online trade with Yunnan province (China).

Country earns over 52 billion USD from exports to EU
Country earns over 52 billion USD from exports to EU

Export and import turnover of goods between Vietnam and the European Union (EU) reached 52.5 billion USD in the first 10 months of 2022, up 14% year on year; in which exports were valued at 39.7 billion USD, up 23.5%, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnamese garments and textiles reach 66 international markets
Vietnamese garments and textiles reach 66 international markets

Vietnam’s garment and textile products have been exported to 66 countries and territories, in which prominent markets include the European Union, the United States and the Republic of Korea, according to a report by the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association.

Vietnam’s exports to Germany rise by 30 5 in 10 months
Vietnam’s exports to Germany rise by 30.5% in 10 months

By the end of October 2022, Vietnam-Germany bilateral trade turnover totalled nearly 10.6 billion USD, up 17.6% over the same period last year. In which, Vietnam’s exports to Germany reached more than 7.6 billion USD, up 30.5%, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Sectors on course to surpass 2022 export goals
Sectors on course to surpass 2022 export goals

With ten-month positive results, Vietnam’s major currency earners like aquatic products, rice, coffee, footwear and handbags are very likely to exceed their export revenue targets set early this year.

Over 1,000 businesses joined conference on connecting supply and demand
Over 1,000 businesses joined conference on connecting supply and demand

The 11th Conference on Connecting Supply and Demand between Ho Chi Minh City and other provinces and cities in 2022 opened at Phu Tho Gymnasium (District 10, Ho Chi Minh City), on November 17, attracting 500 exhibitors and over 1,000 businesses from 42 provinces and cities nationwide.

HCMC, Vinh Long province cooperate to boost tourism and trade development
HCMC, Vinh Long province cooperate to boost tourism and trade development

The conference on trade, investment and tourism promotion between Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Vinh Long province was officially opened in Vinh Long province on November 16 to introduce the images and investment environment of each locality as well as step-by-step promote the connection programs leading to sustainable economic development on the foundation of improving efficiency in trade, investment and tourism promotion activities.

New Zealand gives green light to exports of lemons and pomelos from Vietnam
New Zealand gives green light to exports of lemons and pomelos from Vietnam

Within the framework of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s official visit to Vietnam, Vietnam and New Zealand have signed an agreement to open export markets for lemons and pomelos from Vietnam, said the Plant Protection Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Credit policies help people escape poverty
Credit policies help people escape poverty

Aiming to contribute to reducing poverty, building new-style rural areas and ensuring social security, the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies’ branch in Tien Giang has effectively implemented policy credit activities.

Australian program supporting Vietnam’s economic reform summarized
Australian program supporting Vietnam’s economic reform summarized

The Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Aus4Reform Program Coordinating Committee, in collaboration with the Australian Embassy in Hanoi, has co-hosted the final workshop of the program "Australia supports economic reform in Vietnam (Aus4Reform): Outcomes, lessons learnt and future directions”.

Vietnam Grand Sale 2022 aims to boost consumer demand
Vietnam Grand Sale 2022 aims to boost consumer demand

Goods and services in Vietnam Grand Sale 2022, lasting from November 15 to December 22, will be offered with discounts of up to 100% instead of 50% depending on the choice and conditions of businesses.