FTA with EU expected to boost Thailand’s GDP World

FTA with EU expected to boost Thailand’s GDP

A free trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU) is likely to stimulate not only exports but also imports and investment as well, helping to raise Thailand's GDP by 1.63 percent a year, according to a study.
Vietnam becomes increasingly attractive to Italian firms Business

Vietnam becomes increasingly attractive to Italian firms

Italian enterprises in the province of Pisa in general and in Tuscany region in general were updated on Vietnam’s investment attraction and incentive policies at an event held by the Chamber of Commerce of Pisa and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (ICHAM) in Pisa city on October 25.
Automobile sales decrease in August Videos

Automobile sales decrease in August

Sales of automobiles saw a month-on-month decline of 19 percent to about 21,480 vehicles in August, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturer Association.
Automobile sales decrease in August Business

Automobile sales decrease in August

Sales of automobiles saw a month-on-month decline of 19 percent to about 21,480 vehicles in August, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturer Association (VAMA).
Gov’t to loosen conditions for auto imports Business

Gov’t to loosen conditions for auto imports

The Government will soon issue a revision to Decree 116/2017 on the conditions for production, assembly, import and business of automobile warranty and maintenance services, removing a number of regulations relevant to auto imports.
Identifying opportunities for Vietnamese firms Business

Identifying opportunities for Vietnamese firms

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement would provide a big impetus to Vietnam's exports to the EU and be key to Vietnamese companies penetrating one of the largest and most lucrative markets in the world, experts have said.
Sales of locally-assembled cars down, imported cars sharply up Business

Sales of locally-assembled cars down, imported cars sharply up

The sale of domestically-assembled cars during January-July fell 14 percent year on year to some 107,000 units, while that of completely-built units (CBU) shot up 207 percent to over 73,900, the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) said on August 12.