Vietnam calls for ceasefire, dialogue to settle conflicts Politics

Vietnam calls for ceasefire, dialogue to settle conflicts

Vietnam calls on all related parties to reduce tension, apply ceasefire and resume dialogue in order to seek long-term solutions to differences while taking into account the legitimate rights and interests of relevant parties, stated Ambassador Dang Hoang Giang, Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the UN at the 11th emergency special session of the UN General Assembly on the Russia-Ukraine conflict on April 7.
Ways sought to reduce import-export costs Business

Ways sought to reduce import-export costs

A seminar was held by Customs E-Magazine in Ho Chi Minh City on April 6 to discuss synchronous solutions to cut input and commercialisation costs, thus reducing import-export spending.
Measures sought to support businesses in expanding foreign trade Business

Measures sought to support businesses in expanding foreign trade

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on April 5 held a conference to evaluate trade promotion activities in the first quarter of this year and seek ways to help localities, economic sectors and businesses surmount difficulties and build strategies to expand international trade activities in the new situation.
Aquatic exports enjoy 25 percent growth last month Business

Aquatic exports enjoy 25 percent growth last month

The export of aquatic products recorded strong growth last month although the Russia-Ukraine crisis has disrupted shipments to the two European countries since late February and caused spikes in shipping costs and input expenses, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Foreign investment in Vietnam continues bouncing back Business

Foreign investment in Vietnam continues bouncing back

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s adverse impacts, foreign investors still put their trust in the economy and investment climate of Vietnam in the new normal context, said Director of the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) Do Nhat Hoang.
Thailand to revise economic forecast for 2022 World

Thailand to revise economic forecast for 2022

Thailand's Finance Ministry plans to revise its 2022 forecast for Thai economic growth next month, focusing on the impact of rising inflation and spiking energy prices, said a ministry source who requested anonymity.
Vietnam Airlines to suspend flights to Russia from March 25 Travel

Vietnam Airlines to suspend flights to Russia from March 25

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on March 22 announced that it will temporarily suspend flights on the Hanoi-Moscow route from March 25 to review and clarify the procedures, requirements and regulations related to the craft insurance and flight operations to Russia.
Vietnam calls on sides to ease tensions in Ukraine Politics

Vietnam calls on sides to ease tensions in Ukraine

As a traditional friend of both Russia and Ukraine, Vietnam hopes that the sides will exercise restraint, ease tensions and continue dialogue efforts to seek a long-term solution in conformity with international law, with legitimate interests of each side taken into account, Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son has said.