VASEP opposes US tra fish anti-dumping decision Business

VASEP opposes US tra fish anti-dumping decision

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has voiced its objection to the anti-dumping tax rates on imported Vietnamese tra fish imposed by the preliminary decision of the US Department of Commerce (DOC) after the ninth administrative review (POR9).
Business

VASEP calls DOC’s fish fillet case decision unlawful

The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has issued its final determination in the 8th administrative review of the antidumping case on fish fillets, making an unlawful and politically motivated decision to levy punitive duty rates on Vietnamese fish exporters in excess of 100 percent, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Society

Vietnam makes strides in combating drug crime

Foreign delegates at the just-concluded international anti-drug conference for the Far East Regional Working Group highly value Vietnam’s achievements in preventing and combating drug crime.
Rhino horn claim ‘unfounded' Environment

Rhino horn claim ‘unfounded'

The latest report by the wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC has claimed the record-high rhino poaching in South Africa is being fed by a surging demand from Vietnam, identifying the country as the main market for rhino horn.
VN-Indonesia Joint Commission meets in Jakarta Business

VN-Indonesia Joint Commission meets in Jakarta

Vietnam’s Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang and Indonesian Minister of Trade Giata Irawan Wirjawan have co-cahired the sixth meeting of the Vietnam-Indonesia Joint Commission on Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation held in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Sept. 17-18.
Business

Brazil gives Vietnamese footwear thumbs up

After a nine month investigation, Brazil has concluded that Vietnamese footwear manufacturers are not evading anti-dumping duties, according to Vietnam’s Competition Management Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Japan helps foreigners affected by disasters World

Japan helps foreigners affected by disasters

he International Organisation of Migration (IOM) office in Tokyo will offer relief aid to migrants and third country nationals in Japan who face difficulties in their efforts to return home due to the effects of earthquakes, tsunami and nuclear problems.
Deepwater port inaugurated in southern province Business

Deepwater port inaugurated in southern province

The Tan Cang – Saigon Corporation (TCSC) on March 16 held a ceremony to inaugurate a 4.25 trillion VND (over 202 million USD) deepwater container port in Tan Thanh district, in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau .
VN, Algeria boost maritime, construction ties Business

VN, Algeria boost maritime, construction ties

VN and Algeria have signed a maritime transport agreement and a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between VN’s Ministry of Construction and Algeria’s Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.
Politics

Vietnam, Indonesia see further development

Bilateral ties between Vietnam and Indonesia strongly developed in a wide range of areas in recent years, said Indonesian Ambassador Pitono Purnomo at a meeting with media circles (MIG-V) in Ho Chi Minh City on Feb. 25.
Efforts underway to rescue Vietnamese in Libya Society

Efforts underway to rescue Vietnamese in Libya

Vietnam is working with its partners on procedures to evacuate over 4,500 Vietnamese workers in Libya to neighbouring countries like Egypt, Turkey, Malta, Greece, the United Arab Emirates and Tunisia, said the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA).