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Exports rise 13.6 percent

Vietnam’s export sector has so far this year earned about 150 billion USD, up 13.6 percent against the previous year, the Nhan Dan (People) online newspaper reported.
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Making use of ASEAN market to boost trade: radio

Vietnam considers ASEAN a big, lucrative market. However, its export growth to ASEAN does not match potential, and anti-dumping lawsuits are likely to occur at any time. An insight by radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
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High export targets and challenges for Vietnam

Vietnam hopes to achieve export growth of 10 percent this year compared to that of 2013 under the 2014 socio-economic development plan approved by the National Assembly, Nhan Dan (People) online newspaper reported on February 20.
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Business-State link needed in light of TPP: radio

The State and the business community should work closely to raise the competiveness of Vietnamese goods in the international market, in light of the imminent TPP. Report by radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
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Exporters to face more anti-dumping lawsuits

Vietnamese exporters should be prepared to cope with an increasing number of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy lawsuits filed by key export markets, heard a conference held in HCM City on December 6.
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Trade disputes up alongside economic integration

Together with the increase in trade activities given the country’s international economic integration, trade disputes between Vietnam and importing countries are also rising, according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
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Tra fish exports face numerous difficulties

Vietnamese tra (Pangasius) fish may no longer be a leading staple in the global market in the near future as it has to compete with other rivals for the lion’s share of the market.

According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnamese tra fish is increasingly losing its global competitiveness due to unhealthy competition among domestic businesses, anti-dumping lawsuits and poor quality.

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Tra fish exports face numerous difficulties

Vietnamese tra (Pangasius) fish may no longer be a leading staple in the global market in the near future as it has to compete with other rivals for the lion’s share of the market.
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Vietnam expects higher export of major products

After significant export growth of 33.3 percent in 2011, Vietnam expects this year to attain further growth for its major products, including textiles and garments, leather and footwear, wood products and seafood.
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Agro-forestry-seafood exports rise sharply

The country earned 1.72 billion USD from agro-forestry and seafood exports in October, raising its total export turnover in the first ten months of this year to 15.6 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of nearly 23 percent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
US DOC’s proposals hamper Vietnam exports Business

US DOC’s proposals hamper Vietnam exports

The US Department of Commerce’s recent proposals to tighten anti-dumping and anti-subsidy regulations applicable to the non-market economies will influence Vietnamese industries, producers and exporters.