The Ministry of Industry and Trade has worked out comprehensive solutions to expand and seek more export markets for Vietnam’s goods, towards fostering the country’s export, especially to member nations of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (known as CPTPP).

The Ministry of Industry and Trade said it has developed and submitted to the Prime Minister a scheme to handle international trade disputes, accelerate the implementation of key projects, and increase production capacity of sectors, with the aim of contributing to stimulating  .

The scheme is considered as an overall action programme of the Government to implement the CPTPP and affirm Vietnam's integration commitments to bring the most benefits to the national economy, localities and people.

To increase export turnover, the ministry recommended that businesses pay attention to abiding by regulations on barriers and trade conflicts that may occur, towards making it easier for their products to penetrate into CPTPP member countries.-VNA