Vietnam footwear exports to EU grow Business

Vietnam footwear exports to EU grow

Thanks to the preferential tariffs under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, footwear exports to the bloc’s 27 member countries increased by 19.2 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2021.
Leather and footwear on course for strong recovery: LEFASO Business

Leather and footwear on course for strong recovery: LEFASO

Vietnam's leather and footwear industry was on course for a strong recovery as more international fashion brands were valuing the country as an important part of the global supply chain, according to the Vietnam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (LEFASO).
Vietnam-US friendship thrives after a quarter of a century Business

Vietnam-US friendship thrives after a quarter of a century

Vietnam-US relations have reaped various important achievements since the establishment of bilateral diplomatic ties 25 years ago, across all fields of politics, diplomacy, trade, investment, science-technology, security-national defence, education-training, culture and people-to-people exchange.
Footwear sector to improve supply chain to take advantage of EVFTA Business

Footwear sector to improve supply chain to take advantage of EVFTA

Vietnam’s leather and footwear industry should improve its supply chain performance to take advantage of the milestone trade deal that the country has signed with the EU and to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, speakers said at a recent international footwear conference.
Footwear exports to the US set for tough year Business

Footwear exports to the US set for tough year

Footwear exports to the US have been forecast to struggle in the remaining months of this year due to falling demand, though it recorded a 10 percent increase in revenue in the first quarter of the year.
Businesses propose incentives amid COVID-19 outbreak Business

Businesses propose incentives amid COVID-19 outbreak

Cutting interest rates and corporate income and added value duties, and extending loan payments and tax and social insurance collections were among the proposals raised by businesses at a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on March 17.