Agricultural businesses trained on EVFTA Business

Agricultural businesses trained on EVFTA

A training workshop called “Agricultural Production and Trade Companies - Actions to Access the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA)” took place in Hanoi on July 30, gathering together officials from the sector, representatives of relevant organisations, and businesses.
Pepper export volume down 5.7 percent in first half Business

Pepper export volume down 5.7 percent in first half

Vietnam exported over 166,800 tonnes of peppercorn worth 356 million USD in the first half of 2020, down 5.7 percent in volume and 21.1 percent in value compared to the same period last year, according to the General Department of Customs.
Vietnam bolsters ASEAN cooperation in sustainable development World

Vietnam bolsters ASEAN cooperation in sustainable development

Vietnam, performing its roles as the ASEAN Chair in 2020 and a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, will continue boosting cooperation in sustainable development for the goal of building a cohesive and responsive ASEAN, towards the realisation of the ASEAN Community Vision 2025, a Government official has affirmed.
Farmers earn high incomes from VietGAP pineapples Business

Farmers earn high incomes from VietGAP pineapples

Growing Tac Cau pineapple, a specialty fruit in southern Kien Giang province, under Vietnamese good agricultural practices (VietGAP), has offered high profits for farmers in Chau Thanh district’s Binh An commune.
Vietnamese businesses urged to join circular economy Business

Vietnamese businesses urged to join circular economy

Vietnamese businesses cannot stand outside the circular economy, especially in the context of global economic integration with commitments on ecological and environmental safety standards through free trade agreements, heard a recent conference on the theme.
An Giang targets organic agriculture development Business

An Giang targets organic agriculture development

The Mekong Delta province of An Giang has targeted shifting from traditional agricultural production, which is heavily dependent on fertilisers and chemicals, to more sustainable production and organic standards, said a provincial official.