Thailand: weaker baht helps exports World

Thailand: weaker baht helps exports

The weaker baht is expected to boost the Thai economy and increase real GDP of the country by 0.4 percent, but not all manufacturers will reap the benefits, according to the Industry Ministry of Thailand.
Tuna exports enjoy strong increase Videos

Tuna exports enjoy strong increase

Vietnam’s tuna industry has bounced back strongly post-pandemic as exports soared 72 percent year-on-year to some 260 million USD in the first quarter of 2022, the highest in five years.
Thai food exports expected to grow well ASEAN

Thai food exports expected to grow well

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has projected that Thai food exporters are likely to benefit from a global food shortage expected to intensify during the third and fourth quarters this year.
Vietnam to grant FLEGT licence to wood exports in 2025 Business

Vietnam to grant FLEGT licence to wood exports in 2025

Vietnam is set to grant a licence under the Voluntary Partnership Agreement/FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme to wood exports in 2025, after it completes preparing necessary conditions, reported a government official familiar with the sector.
Workshop seeks to boost Lai Chau’s tea exports Business

Workshop seeks to boost Lai Chau’s tea exports

The Middle East, North Africa and South Africa are potential markets for tea products from Lai Chau province but their export is still modest due to a lack of information on each other and effective connections, Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Hieu has said.
Conference seeks ways to step up food exports to African market Business

Conference seeks ways to step up food exports to African market

A Vietnam-Africa online trade exchange conference was held on June 14 by the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade in collaboration with Vietnam Trade Offices in African countries, aiming to help Vietnamese businesses, localities and cooperatives seek partnerships to boost food exports to the African market.