Seafood exports to China on the mend Business

Seafood exports to China on the mend

Vietnam’s seafood exports to China are expected to rise in the second half of this year to reach the 1.2 billion USD target for the whole of this year as China’s seafood demand is on the rise, and the escalating US-China trade tension is likely to create as an opportunity for Vietnamese exporters to increase their market share in China.
Fruit and veg exports fall 9.3 percent in Q1 Business

Fruit and veg exports fall 9.3 percent in Q1

Fruit and vegetable export turnover experienced a year on year fall of 9.3 percent to 879 million USD in the first quarter of the year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Agro Processing and Market Development Authority.
Numerous difficulties challenge tra fish export Business

Numerous difficulties challenge tra fish export

Vietnam’s tra fish exports face an array of difficulties and challenges on the path to achieving this year’s export revenue target of more than 2 billion USD, including high anti-dumping duties, technical barriers and unhealthy competition.
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Illegal foreign workers in Malaysia drop drastically

Local media reported on December 14 that the number of illegal foreign workers in Malaysia have reduced drastically thanks to the Immigration Department’s rehiring and resettlement of illegal immigrants programme.
Fight intensified against fake goods Society

Fight intensified against fake goods

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has ordered ministries to constantly review laws and regulations on trading to consolidate the legal framework for the fight against fake goods.
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SBV to resume gold auctions if demand rises: paper

A representative of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) in Ho Chi Minh City said on May 14 the central bank would inject gold into the market through auctions if demand increases in the coming days, according to a local newspaper.
Business

Short supply to benefit rubber industry

The national rubber industry is upbeat about export prospects in coming years, but experts are calling for a strategy to reduce over-reliance on a single market in the long run.