Business

Exporters make inroads into Australia

The Vietnam Trade Office in Australia and the Ministry of Industry and Trade are organising a series of activities to help Vietnamese exporters sell more goods to this market, which is considered to have great potential for its openness and low tariff.
Cash still trumps online payment Business

Cash still trumps online payment

Electronic payments for online transactions remained modest compared with cash-on-delivery payments, according to a recent report of the Ministry of Industry and Trade on e-commerce in Vietnam.

In spite of this, the e-commerce payment system is an important base for the development of e-commerce, which has great potential in Vietnam.
Business

Vietnamese exports face legal challenges

Vietnam's export turnover rose sharply last year and in the first half of 2014, but challenges in legal and administrative procedures and other risks remain for enterprises.
Business

Workshop seeks ways to stabilise exports to US, EU

Local exporters need to proactively meet requirements of their import markets, particularly the provision of full, clear, and accurate information of their products, in order to secure stable sales in the US and EU markets, experts have said.
Industry-trade sector strives to realise yearly plans Business

Industry-trade sector strives to realise yearly plans

Hanoi, August 11 (VNA) – Positive changes recorded in industrial production in the first seven months of 2014 helped fuel the growth of export, and relevant agencies are set to employ various measures for the activities soon to reach yearly goals.
Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition opens Business

Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition opens

The 2014 Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition (Vietfish 2014), the most prestigious of this kind in Vietnam, kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on August 6, attracting the participation of more than 170 local and international businesses and organisations.
Business

Vietnam expects to sell entire annual rice yield

The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) believes that the country's rice yield of roughly 8.8 million tonnes this year will be sold out thanks to an optimistic market, VFA Chairman Nguyen Hung Linh was quoted by the Thoi bao Kinh te Vietnam (Vietnam Economic Times) as saying.
Vietnam, Uruguay enrich cooperation Politics

Vietnam, Uruguay enrich cooperation

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh has stated that the Vietnamese Government is keen to carry economic, cultural and science-technology cooperation with Uruguay forward so as to match each side’s potential.
Vietnam, Bolivia prioritise economic, trade ties Business

Vietnam, Bolivia prioritise economic, trade ties

The Vietnamese Government has always paid attention to promoting its friendship and multi-faceted cooperation with Latin American countries, including Bolivia, in the common interests of its people and peace, stability and development of the two regions.