Conference looks at making full use of CPTPP Business

Conference looks at making full use of CPTPP

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade have held a two-day conference with a view of helping firms understand more about commitments in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
​Exports shrink to lowest in first half of May Videos

​Exports shrink to lowest in first half of May

Exports totalled 8.22 billion USD in the first half of May, the lowest recorded on a fortnightly basis since the beginning of this year excluding the last two weeks of January when the Tet holiday took place.
​Exports shrink to lowest in first half of May Business

​Exports shrink to lowest in first half of May

Exports totalled 8.22 billion USD in the first half of May, the lowest recorded on a fortnightly basis since the beginning of this year excluding the last two weeks of January when the Tet holiday took place.
Vietnam continues to enjoy trade surplus with Israel Business

Vietnam continues to enjoy trade surplus with Israel

The two-way trade between Vietnam and Israel was estimated at 760 million USD in the first three quarters of this year with Vietnam continuing to enjoy a trade surplus of 440 million USD, according to a Vietnamese official.
CPTPP boosts export opportunities in Japan Business

CPTPP boosts export opportunities in Japan

With the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific (CPTPP) officially coming into force, Vietnamese exporters should make the most use of the opportunities it brings in Japan, one of Vietnam’s leading trade partners.
Steady prices key to boosting demand for cashew nuts Business

Steady prices key to boosting demand for cashew nuts

Price stability is needed to ensure sustained growth of the cashew nut market and benefits for stakeholders in the cashew value chain, participants said at the 10th International Conference on Cashew in northeastern Quang Ninh province at the weekend.